Dividing The Estate at The Balzer Theater at Herren’s
Old resentments and sibling rivalries bubble to the surface as the hilariously dysfunctional Gordon family of Harrison, Texas, spar to claim the biggest piece of the pie in the wildly funny, Tony-nominated Dividing The Estate by Pulitzer Prize and Oscar-winning Horton Foote. Matriarch Stella Gordon keeps her aging and money-strapped children on a short financial leash with no plans to split her 100-year old estate. But the kids have other ideas.
Dividing The Estate runs through April 20th. Show times and ticket prices vary by show and are available through the find ticket button below.
The Lion King at The Fox Theatre
The stage adaptation of the beloved Academy Award-winning animated film, The Lion King, has taken over The Fox Theatre. Brought to you by Broadway in Atlanta, this is a show that you won’t want to miss, even if you don’t normally love the theater. Be prepared to dance and sing along to favorites “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” and “Circle of Life”.
The Lion King runs through April 27th. Show times and ticket prices vary by show and are available through the find ticket button below.
Saturday, April 19th- The Dreamscapes Project at The State Theatre
Also Appearing: ilyAIMY, Crooked Crow, Cassandra Syndrome, and Super bob
Fronted by 12-string acoustic guitar and cello, the addition of melodic bass grooves and world percussion rounds out “a quintet with an unconventional sound that is just as hard to categorize as it is hard to turn off”. While Billboard and VH1 websites compare The Dreamscapes Project to the Arcade Fire, Decemberists, Murder by Death, and Dave Matthews, fans know that theScapes’ brand of music and showmanship is all their own. Don’t miss they’re final farewell show this weekend at The State Theatre!
Doors at 6 p.m. Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 day of show. Online and phone sales close at 5:30 p.m. day of show.
Augustana with Twin Forks at The Loft
Best known for their hits “Boston” and “Sweet and Low”, Augustana throws us back to 90’s alternative piano rock. Although based in California, the group formed in southern Illinois in 2002, while singer/keyboardist Dan Layus and guitarist Josiah Rosen were studying contemporary Christian music at Greenville College. The demand for this show was so big that it had to be moved from the smaller, Vinyl, venue at Center Stage to The Loft to account for all the fans.
Doors at 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $18 in advance, $20 day of show. Online and phone sales end at 6 p.m. day of show.