ENTERTAINMENT CALENDAR: September 1, 2022 | New
9-10 & 11 Sept.
7:30 p.m. and 3 p.m.
The odd couple
216 Main Street S.
Premier Arts will present “The Odd Couple” at Miller Auditorium. The theater provided a synopsis of the show: “The classic comedy opens with a group of guys who gather to play cards at divorced Oscar Madison’s apartment. And if the mess is any indication, it doesn’t no wonder his wife left him.
“Late comes Felix Unger, who has just been separated from his wife. Tedious, depressed and not too uptight, Felix seems suicidal, but as the action unfolds, Oscar becomes the one with the murder in mind. head when the neat freak and slob finally decides to share the room with hilarious results as The Odd Couple is born.”
Tickets for the show are available at thelerner.com/events or by calling Lerner’s box office at 574-293-4469. The bar and concession stands should be open.
9, 10, 11 & 16, 17, 18 Sept.
Elkhart Civic Theater
210 E. Vistula St., Bristol
“The Glass Menagerie,” the play that launched Tennessee Williams’ career, will be performed this fall at the Elkhart Civic Theatre. The play tells the story of four intertwined individuals grappling with their past and their future.
The play, both tragic and moving, challenges the public and, according to information from the theater, provokes consideration.
The game is rated PG. Tickets are available.
Season passes are available at www.elkhartcivictheatre.org/season.
Broadway in the Gardens
Wellfield Botanical Gardens
1011 Main St. N., Elkhart
The Elkhart County Symphony will kick off a celebration of 75 years of musical creation. The Diamond Jubilee Symphony will kick off with Wellfield Botanic Gardens with Broadway in the Gardens. The event will feature the return of guest soloist, baritone Brian Major.
Tickets can be purchased online or by calling Lerner’s box office at 574-293-4469.
Jimmie Allen and Neon Union
Allegan County Fair
50 Douglas Street, Allegan, Michigan.
The Allegan County Fair (Michigan) has announced that Jimmie Allen with a surprise special guest and Neon Union will perform on September 15.
This year, the 170th Allegan County Fair will be held September 9-17. Tickets are on sale now. To purchase, visit www.allegancountyfair.com, call 888-673-6501 or visit the fair office.
Goshen College Music Center
1700 S. Main Street, Goshen
Now in its 27th season, the low-voiced ensemble Cantus is widely known for its signature warmth and blending, innovative programming and captivating performances of music from the Renaissance to the 21st century. As one of the few full-time vocal ensembles in the country, Cantus has become known for their distinctive approach to music-making. Working without a conductor, the members of Cantus rehearse and perform as chamber musicians, each contributing to the entire artistic process.
Individual tickets will be on sale online at goshen.edu/tickets and at the Goshen College box office in the Music Center. Tickets range from $25 to $50 depending on seat location and individual performance. Tickets can be purchased online at www.goshen.edu/tickets, by phone at 574-535-7566, or in person at the Goshen College box office in the Music Center.
Four Winds Silver Creek Event Center
11111 Wilson Road, New Buffalo, Michigan
Dionne Warwick is a six-time Grammy Award-winning music legend who has earned over 75 hit songs, including “Don’t Make Me Over”, “Walk on By”, “Say a Little Prayer”, “A House is Not a Home”, “Alfie”, “Do you know the way to San Jose?”, “Heartbreaker” and “Déjà Vu”.
Among many awards, Warwick was recently awarded the prestigious 2017 Marian Anderson Award for Professional Achievement and Philanthropy. She was honored in a 2018 PBS television special, “Then Came You,” was named the 2019 Smithsonian Institute Music Ambassador of the Year, and is a recipient of the 2019 Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.
More information about Dionne Warwick can be found at https://www.officialdionnewarwick.com/.
216 Main Street S.
The Goshen Theater Education Department invites singers and actors to get their voices in shape with a weekend Choir BootCamp.
Dive deep into vocal technique, check vocal health, and create a comprehensive warm-up routine to take home and use daily.
The workshop is led by vocal instructor Rebecca Dengler Kaufman.
The cost is $10 per student. Financial assistance is available. Registration is limited to 18 years and older.
Walk to beat Alzheimer’s
300 S. Main St., Elkhart
Registration for the 2022 Walk to End Alzheimer’s Disease is free and available at alz.org/Indiana/walk.
The Michiana Walk to End Alzheimer’s Disease will move to a new location in Central Park in Elkhart on September 18.
The Walk to End Alzheimer’s Disease is the world’s largest awareness and fundraising event for Alzheimer’s disease care, support and research.
Corporate sponsorships are always available. Anyone interested should contact Abby Geha at [email protected]
216 Main Street S.
Songwriter Chris Collat will take the stage with his band, premiering new songs from his upcoming EP, “Drive On.”
Admission to the show is $15 for advance tickets or $20 at the door. The ticket price includes a signed album.
Free movie: In the heights
216 Main Street S.
In Washington Heights, NY, the scent of hot coffee hangs in the air just outside the 181st Street subway station.
There, a kaleidoscope of dreams brings together a dynamic and close-knit community. At the intersection of it all is a sympathetic and magnetic bodega owner who hopes to create a better life.
The film is rated PG-13 and has a running time of two hours and 23 minutes.
Admission is free, but donations are encouraged. The event is sponsored by the Elkhart County Community Foundation.
Brew at the zoo
500 S. Greenlawn Avenue South Turn
More than 30 beer, wine, hard seltzer and hard cider vendors will be at the zoo to share samples of their wares. Local favorites including South Bend Brew Werks, the Cellar and Crooked Ewe will be in attendance, along with regional breweries such as Silver Harbor Brewing, Ruhe Brewing Co. and 3 Floyds. There will also be well-known brands like Boston Beer and Leinenkugel.
Food vendors including Franky’s Tacos, the Knights of Columbus, The Dog Lb. and Keim’s Elephant Ears, will be located around the zoo with food for purchase. All current suppliers are listed on the Brew at the Zoo website.
In addition to tasting samples, the zoo will offer garden games and other fun activities at different locations throughout the zoo, and will include musical guests BLAMMO, Jake from Starheart and the Boomer Box, courtesy of Best. The week. Already. The zoo will also provide television screens to watch the Notre Dame football game.
General admission tickets are $50 per person for adults 21 and older and include zoo admission, unlimited drink samples, unlimited rides on the Potawatomi Zoo Express and Endangered Species Carousel , as well as snacks at pick-up stations. Tickets will not be available for purchase at the door and are non-refundable. Tickets can be purchased online at www.potawatomizoo.org/brew while supplies last. VIP tickets are $75 per person and include early entry, VIP tent, unique animal encounter, and VIP stations around the zoo.
Menopause: the musical
410 Main St. S., Elkhart
“Menopause: The Musical” arrives at the Lerner Theater at 7:30 p.m. on September 27.
The musical centers on four women at a lingerie sale who have nothing in common but black lace bras, memory loss, hot flashes, night sweats, not enough sex. , too much sex and more. This hilarious musical parody is set to classic tunes from the 60s, 70s and 80s
Tickets cost between $42 and $52 each, plus applicable fees. Tickets for the tour go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday. Tickets for Friends of The Lerner members went on presale on Tuesday.
Become a friend of The Lerner to access all Lerner Theater presales. For more information, visit www.thelerner.com or call The Lerner Box Office at 574-293-4469.
2022 Hoosier Movies: Repair
“Reparation,” a psychological thriller and film made in Indiana, tells the story of Bob Stevens, a small-town market gardener whose memory has been blacked out for three years. A stranger, Jerome, shows up claiming to be his best friend from the Air Force Police, as Bob’s peaceful existence begins to unravel. The veteran’s only clues to his past, and perhaps his family’s only hope, lie in his 8-year-old daughter, Charlotte, and her artwork.
Tickets to the movie are $5 per person. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. and seating begins at 6:30 p.m. for the 7 p.m. screening.
September 30 – October 1
Morris 100 Festival
Morris Center for the Performing Arts
211 N. Michigan St. South Bend
The free two-day Morris 100 Fest will not only celebrate 100 years of the Morris Performing Arts Centre, a community staple, but also the completion of interior renovations for the first phase of the Morris 100 Capital Campaign project.
The celebrations will host an entire block filled with two stages featuring a lineup of local and regional artists, a Ferris wheel, games and activities, food trucks, street performers, fireworks and more.
Free outdoor entertainment includes performances by: The Why Store, BLAMMO, Smash Kings, The 1985, Lalo Cura and Morris partners Southold Dance Theater and South Bend Symphony Orchestra
Headlining the weekend festival is Barenaked Ladies, with over 33 years of hits such as “If I Had $1,000,000”, “One Week”, “Pinch Me” and “The Big Bang Theory Theme “. Barenaked Ladies will perform at 7:30 p.m. on October 1.
To purchase tickets for Barenaked Ladies, visit www.morriscenter.org. To find out more about the festival, visit www.morris100.org.