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Mayoral Letter

LPAC Brochure Letter from Mayor

Last season, the Lancaster Performing Arts Center (LPAC) celebrated its 25th year of bringing fine arts and entertainment to the Antelope Valley. This season marks yet another momentous milestone for Lancaster – the 40th anniversary of the City’s incorporation (November 22, 1977). This special time of celebration has us all recalling fond memories and recounting Lancaster’s numerous highlights throughout the decades. In the 26 years since LPAC opened its doors, the theatre has played host to many of the biggest names in show business – Smokey Robinson, Willie Nelson, James Brown, B. B. King, George Carlin and Steve Allen. Many other famous artists from a wide array of genres have also performed on this stage, including Debbie Reynolds, Lou Rawls, Joan Jett, Kansas, Randy Travis, Loretta Lynn, Amy Grant, Penn & Teller, Dana Carvey, Martin Short and Earth, Wind and Fire, just to name a few. LPAC’s 2017-2018 season celebrates the past, present, and future. From avant-garde performances by up-andcoming artists, to nostalgic hits performed by their original artists, this season is brimming with shows which will appeal to every generation. Sensations Frankie Avalon, Pat Boone and Art Garfunkel will take the audience back to bygone eras with sentimental classics, while Chubby Checker and The Manhattan Transfer will have patrons dancing in the aisles, reliving the “good old days.” The incomparable Howie Mandel and timeless Rita Rudner are sure to entertain millennials and baby boomers alike, as will modern, edgy and moving performances by BODYTRAFFIC, GENTRI and Black Violin, returning for a special encore performance. Even the youngest audience members will be enthralled with the Martial Artists and Acrobats of Tianjin; illusionist Michael Grandinetti; and ventriloquist Kevin Johnson. Delightful for the whole family, these shows are sure to stimulate the imagination and curiosity of our young people – our future – igniting in them an interest in and passion for the performing arts. Thank you for joining us in our celebration of Lancaster’s 40th anniversary and LPAC’s 26th season. We look forward to bringing you and your family outstanding entertainment for decades to come.

Sincerely yours,
Mayor R. Rex Parris


 

 

LPAC Mission

The Lancaster Performing Arts Center engages the Antelope Valley in a broad spectrum of regional, national and world class entertainment. Through our commitment to Arts education we provide dynamic theatre programs that enrich the quality of life.


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