Don’t forget…Eugenia’s Restaurant offers a delicious brunch buffet
dining before the show featuring made-to-order omelettes, freshly made waffles, carving station, breakfast and lunch favorites, and a delicious dessert bar.
Only $10.95 (Reservations recommended)
Part of the Wabash Valley Music Association Series presented by
Don’t forget…Eugenia’s Restaurant offers delicious plated
dining before the show featuring your choice of chicken piccata,
bone-in pork chop, or 6 oz. sirloin. (View full menus here) $15.95 (drink, tax, and gratuity not included) Reservations recommended.
Don’t forget…Eugenia’s Restaurant offers delicious buffet dining
before the show featuring pork loin, turkey breast, beer battered cod,
mashed potatoes with gravy, roasted red skins, California blend, carrots,
tossed salad with assorted dressing, broccoli salad, pasta salad,
and a dessert display. Only $12.95.(Reservations recommended)
Daughtry has sold over 7.5 million albums worldwide since being formed by American Idol alum Chris Daughtry in 2006. Their hits include “It’s Not Over,” “Home,” “Over You,” “Feels Like Tonight,” “No Surprise,” and “Waiting for Superman.” To date, Daughtry has garnered four Grammy nominations and has won four American Music Awards.
Student Matinee Wed. Oct. 15 · 10 am and 12 pm
In recognition of National Bullying Prevention Month, we welcome singer and Grammy-nominated songwriter Steve Seskin as he presents his anti-bullying assembly. Steve has written hits for country artists Tim McGraw, Mark Wills, Neal McCoy, John Michael Montgomery, Colin Raye, and Kenny Chesney. He co-wrote the song “Don’t Laugh at Me” which led to an affiliation with the Operation Respect/Don’t Laugh at Me project, designed to teach tolerance in schools. More than 20,000 schools across the country have implemented this program. Steve will incorporate songs he’s written in schools while sharing the impact of bullying and offering suggestions for dealing with bullying in schools.
Student Matinee Thurs. Oct. 9 · 10 am
$1 per student, free for adults The low cost is made possible by the
generous support of the Wabash Valley
This year’s Wabash Valley Music Association Children’s Concert brings something new and exciting for young audiences: The Sphinx Virtuosi, led by the "Catalyst Quartet," is one of the nation’s most dynamic professional chamber orchestras. Comprised of 18 of the nation’s top black and Latino classical soloists, these alumni of the internationally renowned Sphinx Competition come together each fall as cultural ambassadors to reach new audiences. This unique ensemble earned rave reviews from The New York Times during its highly acclaimed debut at Carnegie Hall in December 2004. Allan Kozinn described their performance as “first-rate in every way” and “the ensemble produced a more beautiful, precise and carefully shaped sound than some fully professional orchestras that come through Carnegie Hall in the course of the year.”
In recognition of National Bullying Prevention Month, singer and Grammy-nominated songwriter Steve Seskin will present his anti-bullying assembly on the Honeywell Center stage on Oct. 15. Steve has written hits for country artists Tim McGraw, Mark Wills, Neal McCoy, John Michael Montgomery, Colin Raye, and Kenny Chesney. Steve co-wrote the song “Don’t Laugh at Me” which led to an affiliation with the Operation Respect/Don’t Laugh at Me project, a curriculum designed to teach tolerance in schools. More than 20,000 schools across the country have implemented this program.
A pop culture phenomenon returns to the musical stage! Academic subjects will never seem boring again when presented through megahits like "Conjunction Junction," "Just a Bill," "Interplanet Janet" or "Three is a Magic Number." Schoolhouse Rock explodes onto the stage with songs you loved updated for a whole new generation.