The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performance Arts is poised to present an eclectic array of international artists and attractions from every discipline from rock to pop to classical music, from Broadway to Hollywood, from the TV screen to many of the world’s hottest nightclubs and most impressive concert stages as it opens its 22nd season in October.
In addition to performances in the 2,195-seat Alexander W. Dreyfoos Jr. Concert Hall, the Kravis Center will present a diverse array of drama, music and dance in the intimate 300-seat Marshall E. Rinker Sr. Playhouse and the 300-seat Helen K. Persson Hall.
Tickets go on sale to the public Sept. 28 at 9 a.m.
Among the popular Kravis Center series that are returning for the 2013-14 season is Kravis On Broadway, a powerful line-up that includes a half-dozen shows straight from the Great White Way, with subscriptions on sale now for as little as $174 for all six musicals. Performances include:Nov. 29 – Dec. 8 the Radio City Christmas Spectacular starring the Rockettes;Jan. 7-12, 2014 Porgy and Bess; Feb. 12-16 War Horse; March 4-9 Sister Act; April 8-13 Evita; and April 29-May 4 Million Dollar Quartet.
Provocative Entertainment at Kravis or PEAK is back for a second season of cutting-edge presentations featuring some of the most unique, daring and thought-provoking artists from around the world. These include: Nov. 7 Savion Glover/StePz; Dec. 11-12 Kate Clinton/the Sis Boom Bah Tour; Dec. 14-15 Ayikodans; Jan. 25, 2014 Step Afrika!; and Feb. 12 Christopher O’Riley Out of My Hands. Additional performances are slated through March.
ABOVE: Ta’Rea Campbell and Hollis Resnik in Sister Act.