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Ninth Season ofPerforming Arts at ASUMH


The ninth season of performing arts at Arkansas StateUniversity-Mountain Home (ASUMH) begins in October with performances in the EdCoulter Performing Arts Center inside the Vada Sheid Community DevelopmentCenter on the ASUMH campus.  The seasonincludes the following shows:

Croce PlaysCroce

Monday,October 14, 2019

7 p.m.

Presented bythe Haley Cultural Arts Endowment                                                                             

TicketPrice:  $20 adults, $10 students

Croce PlaysCroce pays homage to the legacy of Jim Croce and features his son, A.J. whosings a complete set of classics by his legendary father, some of his owntunes, and songs that influenced both A.J. and his father.  The show often includes such timeless songsas “Operator,” “You Don’t Mess Around with Jim,” “Workin’ at the Car WashBlues,” “Rapid Roy (The Stock Car Boy),” “One Less Set of Footsteps,” “LoversCross,” and “Box #10,” to name a few. Jim Croce was a golden-voiced everyman, a singer-songwriter-guitaristwho died too soon. Now, for the first time in 40 years, you can experience themusic of Jim Croce sung by his son.


Vienna BoysChoir

Saturday,November 16, 2019

7 p.m.

Sponsored byMary Walker in honor of her sister, Irene Murray                                                                 

TicketPrice: $35 adults, $17.50 students

Theangelic-voiced musicians of the Vienna Boys Choir have been singing at Vienna’sImperial Chapel since 1296.  For sixcenturies, these young cultural ambassadors have been adored the world over fortheir wide range of repertoire, purity of tone, and generosity of musicalspirit.  The Vienna Boys Choir is theworld’s foremost children’s choral group and includes 100 choristers betweenthe ages of nine and fourteen.  “JourneyThrough the Americas,” features classical, pop and folk music selections fromcountries throughout North, South and Central America, and as always, asprinkling of much-beloved Austrian favorites. 


A VeryPostmodern Christmas with Postmodern Jukebox

Sunday,December 8, 2019

7 p.m.

Presented bythe Ed and Lucretia Coulter Performing Arts Endowment                   

TicketPrice:  $30 adults, $15 students

Modern dayhits from Aerosmith to Abba with a vintage feel!  Postmodern Jukebox was formed as a way tobring the classic sounds of old jazz, Sinatra, and Motown back into themainstream.  Postmodern Jukebox has grownover the last five years to include more than fifty crooners and another fiftyinstrumentalists who perform for millions of fans around the world. It is arotating collective of the finest performers with a retro vibe full ofsoul! 


The Choir ofMan

Wednesday,February 5, 2020

7 p.m.

TicketPrice:  $30 adults, $15 students

The runawayhit of numerous international music festivals is hitting the road for a U.S.tour! Known across the globe as “the ultimate feel-good show,” The Choir of Manoffers up 90 minutes of indisputable joy! It’s a party. It’s a concert. It’s apint-filled good time set in a working pub that combines hair-raising harmonies,high-energy dance, and live percussion with foot-stomping choreography. Themulti-talented cast of nine handsome blokes sings everything – pub tunes, folk,Broadway, classic rock – all to roof-raising heights. It’s the best singing,dancing, stomping, pub-crawl-of-a-concert you’ll ever attend! CHEERS!


Georgia onMy Mind:  The Music of Ray Charles                                                                                 

with Take 6,Clint Holmes and Nnenna Freelon

Sunday,March 1, 2020

2 p.m.

Sponsored byBob and Mary Walker                                                                                       

TicketPrice: $35 adults, $17.50 students

Ray Charles,a Georgia native son, was an American treasure who won every major honor fromthe Georgia Music Hall of Fame to the Hollywood Walk of Fame...from the KennedyCenter Honors to a GRAMMY Lifetime Achievement Award and induction into theRock n' Roll Hall of Fame. Boasting iconic tunes from the catalogue of the geniushimself, we celebrate Ray's music with an all-star cast of award- winningperformers, including Take 6, a ten-time GRAMMY winning vocal sensation. Theirexciting performances defy categorization, and have led to collaborations withQuincy Jones, Stevie Wonder, Queen Latifah, and the genius, Ray Charles. ClintHolmes, a Las Vegas-based vocal star, has been selling out concert halls aroundthe world. His exciting soulful stylings will bring magic to this enchantedevening. Nnenna Freelon. a six-time GRAMMY nominee and Downbeat vocalist of theyear, will add her soulful vocal style to the Ray mix. Kirk Whalum, GRAMMYaward winner, hails from Memphis. Together, they honor the genius from Georgia-- Ray Charles!



SeasonTicket Price: $130, includes all above shows – a savings of $20 if boughtseparately.


ArvestConcert Series presents


Thursday,October 24, 2019

7 p.m.

Free – Noadmission charge. No tickets required.

It’s nearlyimpossible to explain the exceptional talents of EmiSunshine, the 14-year-oldprodigy from East Tennessee. Born Emilie Sunshine Hamilton, the singer,songwriter and multi-instrumentalist is a throwback to earlier eras of countrymusic when trendsetters like Bessie Smith, June Carter, Loretta Lynn and HankWilliams made history. The sassy, strikingly powerful, ultra-entertainer isbound and determined to follow in their footsteps, and while she has somepretty big shoes to fill, this little lady fits the bill. Since her breakout atjust nine years old, Emi has garnered more than 14 million YouTube views and ahalf million Facebook followers.


GastonLecture Series presents

PeterGiuliano: “Dracula” – 40 weeks with director Francis Ford Coppola

Tuesday,October 29, 2019

Free – Noadmission charge. No tickets required.

The experienceof working for director Francis Ford Coppola on his 1991 movie, “Bram Stoker’sDracula,” was one of the most memorable in Peter’s forty plus years in the filmand television Industry.  Peter willshare behind the scenes stories of his adventure working for this iconic filmdirector, the cast, and crew.


Tickets goon sale according to the level of Patron gift:

$10,000Patrons - June 3

$5,000Patrons - June 10

$2,500Patrons - June 17

$1,500Patrons - June 24

$1,000Patrons - July 1

$500 Patrons - July 15

$250 Patrons - July 29

$150 Patrons - August 5


SeasonTickets go on sale to the public August 19

IndividualTickets go on sale to the public September 9


For moreinformation on becoming a patron of the performing arts, contact Christy Keirnat 870-508-6109. For tickets, order online at www.thesheid.comor by calling toll-free 800-965-9324.