An Evening with Rick Steves Moderated by Dan Moulthrop
Friday, October 17, 2014
Rick Steves, guidebook author, public radio, and TV host, is one of the most respected authorities on European Travel. Host of the popular public television series “Rick Steves’ Europe” and best selling author of over 50 European travel books, Rick advocates smart, affordable and perspective-broadening travel. He encourages American citizens to travel independently and become “temporary locals” by seeking the paths usually unbeaten by tourists. Rick has published a new genre of travel writing with Travel as a Political Act, reflecting on how a life of travel has broadened his own perspectives, and can be a significant force for peace and understanding in the world. IPM is hosting a private reception (5-6 pm) and an interactive evening with Rick Steves in conjunction with its 40th Anniversary inaugural General Assembly and Celebratory Activities—a weeklong series of meetings and public events in Cleveland from October 13-17th. For more information, please visit http://www.Facebook.com/IPMConnect.
Patron VIP Tickets include a reception and are $100
Adult Tickets $30
Student Tickets $10
Give God Glory Productions Ministry
I Wanna Husband! Will You Marry Me?
This gospel play is written and directed by Patrece L. Tolbert. It takes a real look at relationships and the quest to find true love. The acting, singing and storyline will have you crying, rejoicing and enraged as you follow four nail techs on a ride full of twists and turns that will leave you wanting more. So join Give God Glory Productions Ministry as they present the hilarious, anointed, inspirational gospel stage play.
Advance Tickets $20
Day of Performance Tickets $25
Groups (10 or more) $15
Drama Season Subscriptions
Starting on Friday, October 3, season subscriptions will be available for the three Fine Arts productions listed below. Subscribers get the first selection of seats and also benefit from a liberal exchange policy by which they can change performance nights and recieve the best seats available. Subscriptions for the 2014-15 season are $39 for adults and $27 for children/student/seniors
New This Year: Free Tickets for Students in Catholic Grade Schools and High Schools
To encourage and promote the Performing Arts, Saint Ignatius HIgh School is offering free tickets to students currently enrolled in Catholic grade schools and Catholic high schools. These tickets will be available at the Box Office for any of the performances listed below. They can be obtained starting 60 minutes before show time. They cannot be reserved in advance.
The Saint Ignatius High School Harlequins Present
Of Mice and Men
Friday and Saturday November 14-15 & 21-22, 2014
Sunday November 22
Based on his novel "Of Mice and Men", Nobel Prize-winning author John Steinbeck adapted his story of George Milton and Lennie Small for the stage in 1937. George and Lennie are itinerant ranch workers searching for work and a chance to pursue their dreams during the Great Depression. As we journey with them, we come to better understand the nature of human existence and the devastation of loneliness and despair.
Individual tickets for "Of Mice and Men" go on sale October 17, 2014
Saint Ignatius High School Circus Company Presents
Circus Company Alumni Show
Saturday February 7, 2015
This is the world premiere performance of Circus Company alumni. A family-friendly 90 minute show, the "Circus Company Alumni Show" features magic and juggling by several of the full-time professional entertainers who are Circus Company alums. There will also be some surprise appearances by other Circus Company alums and even some moderators. Audience members of all ages will enjoy this fast paced variety show. With one performance only, the show is certain to sell out.
Individual tickets for "Circus Company Alumni Show" go on sale January 10, 2015
Saint Ignatius High School Harlequins Present
Friday and Saturday, April 24-25 & May 1-2 2015
Sunday, May 3, 2015
Following the record-setting success of "The Producers," Mel Brooks has once again channeled his madcap comedy with his musical adaption of "Young Frankenstein." A parody of horror films, the musical follows the frantic exploits of the original mad scientist's grandson, Frederick Frankenstein, as he transforms from a respected college professor to a creature-creating insane genius--singing and dancing along the way!
Individual tickets for "Young Frankenstein" go on sale March 27, 2015