WHITE PLAINS PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
11 City Place, 3rd floor, (914) 328-1600,
Located on the third level of City Center off Mamaroneck Avenue in downtown White Plains.
Membership at White Plains Performing Arts Center is about more than discounts and opportunities. It is about a commitment to the arts. It is about an understanding that the arts are a valuable resource to our community. Members at WPPAC are making an investment in the future of the arts.
Support the WPPAC
If you appreciate live theatre, we ask you to consider making a tax-deductible donation to the WPPAC.
Only 53% of their costs are covered by ticket prices. They need your help to cover the rest. For as little as $50, $100 or $150 a year, you can help support your hometown theatre.
White Plains Performing Arts Center is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit arts organization.
Your gift is tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
SUMMER THEATRE ACADEMY 2015
Open House for prospective students in Grades 4-11.
May 21 • 7 pm,
Take a FREE acting class • Hear music from Zombie Prom and Bye Bye Birdie • Register with a special Open House discount • Meet STA Staff • Tour the WPPAC • And much more
Please RSVP by Monday, May 18 to email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Session 1 - Zombie Prom: June 29-July 25; Session 2 - Bye Bye Birdie: July 27 - August 22
COMEDY: The Cure for the Common Core
Laughing Off the Nonsense & Celebrating Our Teachers
June 12 • 8pm tickets:
Teachers and students are getting the shaft with tests results mattering more than teacher influence matters. And, don’t get us started on the Common Core. So come celebrate teachers with some much needed laughter! Every teacher who presents ID at the door gets in 1/2 price! Concessions available including Beer & Wine.
Featuring comedians: Carlos Gonzales, Simeon Goodson, Gouba Johnny, Liz Miele, Phoebe Robinson and Chris Williams
JIM BRICKMAN - The Platinum Tour
June 28 • 2pm tickets:
The Platinum Tour “Celebrating 20 Years” is an experience of emotion, intimacy, warmth and humor that’s fused together with hits like “Valentine,” “Rocket to the Moon,” “Love of My Life” and “If You Believe.” Brickman, hailed by the Boston Herald as “a crowd-pleaser,” will take the audience on a musical journey with his romantic piano melodies and engaging wit, making this concert event the must see of the season!