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Posted 7/22/2014 / Labels:

Disney's High School Musical 2 plays one more weekend!

July 5 and 6, 10-13, 17-20, 24-26

Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m.
Thursdays and Sundays at 7 p.m.

On the last day of junior year the East High gang can't wait to get the summer started - they're ready for summer jobs, money for college and to have fun. To that end, Troy gets them all jobs at Lava Springs Country Club - which happens to be owned by popular girl Sharpay's father! While Sharpay schemes to steal Troy's heart from Gabriella, her brother Ryan hopes to win the Star Dazzle Award. Everything comes to a head at the talent show where the group has to remember their motto - all for one, and one for all. 


                       HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL 2                          

                             On Stage!                                

                             Book by                                  

                         David Simpatico                              

                             Songs by                                 

                  Matthew Gerrard and Robbie Nevil                    

                David N. Lawrence and Faye Greenberg                  

                   Randy Petersen and Kevin Quinn                     

                   Jamie Houston, Bryan Louiselle                     

                       Andy Dodd and Adam Watts                       

                    Antonina Armato and Tim James                     

                Music Adapted, Arranged and Produced by               

                           Bryan Louiselle                            

           Based on a Disney Channel Original Movie Written by        

                           Peter Barsocchini                                

Disney's High School Musical 2
Is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).
All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.
421 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019
Phone: 212-541-4684 Fax: 212-397-4684
                                         - See more at:

Directed by Kimberly Godfrey

Musical Director: Debra Fleming

Photos courtesy of Harry Schwentker

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Posted 7/22/2014 / Labels:

New this summer! "Concerts on the Lawn"

New this summer!
~Concerts on the Lawn~
Bring your lawn chair or a blanket and join us outside our Straw Hat Theatre for this new music series that will feature a variety of artists you’re sure to enjoy!  Bring a picnic supper and dine on our lawn, enjoy your own bottle of wine or other beverage, or pick up a snack from our concessions stand. Hot dogs are $2 each and everything else - pop, popcorn, candy, chips, etc. is just $1 each!  

Admission is free. All concerts begin at 6:30 p.m. 

Wednesday, June 25: “Broadway Babies to Broadway Ladies” with Kimberly Godfrey and Caitlin Woerner 
accompanied by Debra Fleming

Wednesday, July 9: Singer-songwriter Alex Bevan

Wednesday, July 23: “Remember Then”
A vocal group singing
Doo Wop and Rock 'n' Roll 
tunes from the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s

Wednesday, August 6: Irish Tenor John Hoyle and
guitarist Brian Carroll - Hunt

Sponsored by

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Posted 7/01/2014 / Labels:

Upcoming Volunteer Activities

Calling all volunteers!

We will be needing help with the following activities and events.  
Please call the front desk at (440) 964-3396 to sign up.

We need volunteers who would be willing to take our rack cards and promotional items around to area businesses in the Ashtabula, Geneva, Jefferson, Conneaut, etc. areas.

Art Opening Receptions:
August 8: Don Tiitto
    ~We will need donations of hors doeuvres, fruit trays, cheese and crackers, etc. for each of these events.

Straw Hat Theatre:

July 24-26: High School Musical 2
August 1-3, 7-10, 14-16: Once Upon a Mattress
     ~We will need ushers, concessions workers, raffle ticket sellers for each performance.
      ~We will need set builders and painters and artistic painters for various projects throughout the summer.
       ~ We will need costume sewers throughout the summer.

Concerts on the Lawn:

July 23: featuring “Remember Then” tunes from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s
August 6: featuring Irish Tenor John Hoyle and Brian Carroll - Hunt
      ~We will need workers for our concession stand.

Thank you!

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Posted 6/30/2014 / Labels:

Welcome to the Ashtabula Arts Center!

A part of the community for sixty years, The Ashtabula Arts Center is a multi-arts facility featuring dance, theater, music and visual arts. From summer kid's camp to ballroom dancing class, the Ashtabula Arts Center offers performances, activities, classes and other programing for all ages and all levels of artistic talents from the beginner to the advanced student.  Spend your free time at the Arts Center.  It's Ashtabula County's family place!

The Theater department offers a variety of classes throughout the year for both children and adults.  Straw Hat Theatre and G.B. Community Theatre offer year-round opportunities for amateur actors of all ages. Everyone, both young and old, is encouraged to join in and audition for a show or volunteer for one of our back stage crews. Productions play on our indoor and outdoor stages throughout the year and always includes comedies, dramas, musicals and more. 

The Dance department offers classes in classical ballet,  jazz, modern, ballroom, tap and more.  Through its resident performing company, Ballet Theatre Ashtabula, performances of "The Nutcracker" are produced annually.  A spring dance concert is also held, showcasing different styles of dance. Fitness classes such as Zumba are offered at different times throughout the year.

 The Music department offers a variety of programs, classes and recitals as well as individual instruction in clarinet, saxophone, piano, guitar, percussion, trumpet, French horn, trombone, violin and cello.  We also offer voice lessons.  “The Good Life,” a community vocal group consisting of area singers, performs annually during the holiday season and in the spring.  “The Show-Offs” and “The Starlights” are the Arts Center’s young adult and youth choirs.  Each is available for performing in outside venues such as festivals, weddings, parties and more.

The focus of the Visual Arts department is to encourage creative stimulation and thought while providing an opportunity to experience the joy and satisfaction of creating works of art.  A wide variety of classes and workshops are offered including pottery, oil painting, sculpture, woodworking, drawing, knitting, screenprinting and many more.  Rotating gallery exhibits  feature the works of local, regional and national artists.  The gallery is open to the public during regular business hours.  Admission to the gallery is free.

Financial aid is available to those in need for classes and workshops.

Take a stroll around our website.  We're sure you'll find something fun for you and your family to do! And once you join us, we know you'll never want to leave!


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Posted 6/30/2014 / Labels:

Individual Music Instruction

The Ashtabula Arts Center offers individual music instruction in a number of different areas. Lesson times are scheduled at the convienience of the student and the teacher.

Price per 1/2 hour lesson

Lindsay Fiore.............................................$14Piano
Natella Askerova.......................................$16
Lyn Rocco..................................................$14
Sherry Martin.............................................$14

Violin and Cello
Carol Linsenmeier.....................................$16
 John Linsenmeier.....................................$14

Randy Coutts............................................$14

Dave Black................................................$14

Kim Godfrey..............................................$14

Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone
James Fuller.............................................$14

Clarinet and Saxophone
Geoffrey Wands........................................$14

A Note About Suzuki Violin for Children Age 4 and up
Instruction in violin, viola, & cello is offered by Dr. Carol Linsenmeier using the nurturing teaching method developed by Dr. Shinichi Suzuki. Students may begin to study on child-sized instruments as young as 4 years of age. Teaching methods especially adapted to young children are used. Parents are an essential part of the process as they attend their child's private lessons and practice with the child at home. Students also attend a weekly group class. Cost of the group lesson is $5 per week in addition to the private instruction fee. Group lesson for this session is on Thursdays at 6 p.m.

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Posted 6/30/2014 / Labels:

Up next...Once Upon A Mattress opens August 1

1 - 3
7 - 10
14 - 16

Directed by Stephen Rhodes

Music by Mary Rodgers
Lyrics by Marshall Barer
Book by Jay Thompson, Dean Fuller,
and Marshall Barer

For Tickets: (440) 964-3396
Adult $ 16
Senior/Student $14
Child age 12 and under $11
Or save $2 per ticket when you purchase tickets in advance. Advance sale tickets must be purchased by 4 p.m. for Thursday and Friday performances or by noon on Saturday for Saturday and Sunday shows. All ticket sales are final.

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Posted 6/30/2014 / Labels:

The Ashtabula Arts Center Foundation

The Foundation was founded by two brothers, Lawrence L. and Willard T. Hill. They believed a plan should be established for the welfare of the Ashtabula Arts Center and its expansions through a means of perpetuating gifts of money and securities. It was established on April 25, 1974, and is operated by a Board of Supervisors. Supervisors meet quarterly to review the program and determine how income should be used. Monetary gifts are permanently recorded along with your name, or memorialized name(s). The supervisors invest gifts prudently. In this way, income is earned, thereby adding to the resources of the Foundation. The supervisors, board, and staff of the Arts Center are most grateful for gifts to the Foundation.

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Posted 6/30/2014 / Labels:

Our business hours and driving directions

Ashtabula Arts Center Hours

Monday - Thursday: 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Sunday: Closed


The Arts Center will be closed
for the Easter holiday on April 18 - 20.

We will reopen April 21at 9:00 a.m.

Happy Holidays!

Driving Directions to the Ashtabula Arts Center

Directions from the WEST (Mentor, Painesville, Cleveland)

I-90 or Rt. 20 to Rt. 45. Turn left; follow Rt. 45 until it ends at Rt. 531. Turn Right. Proceed approximately .9 miles to Martini’s. Veer right onto Atlantic Street - this turns into West 13th Street just before Kent State University. Kent State is on the left. The Arts Center is two blocks past Kent State on the right hand side of the street.


Directions from the EAST & SOUTH (PA, Conneaut, Youngstown)

I-90 to Rt. 11 North, follow until it ends. Turn left onto Rt. 531. Follow 531over the lift bridge to top of the hill. At the traffic light, turn left onto Lake Avenue. Continue past the McDonald’s on the left. Pass the Shell Gas station on your right. The next street is West 13th Street. Turn right. The Arts Center is past the third stop sign on the left.

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Posted 6/30/2014 / Labels:

Join our e-mail list!

Want to be the first to receive information about upcoming shows, auditions and more? Sign up for our e-mail mailing list by sending your name and email address to: 

and keep up to date on all the latest Arts Center news!

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Posted 6/29/2014 / Labels:

A New Partnership with Ava Anderson Non-Toxic

 Featuring products for skin and hair care, baby, SPF, make-up, cleaning, deodorant, and more!

~ Gluten Free ~
~ Biodegradable ~
~ Made in the USA ~
~ Non Toxic ~

Allison Anderson, Ava Anderson Consultant                                     440.474.3774
Contact her to order, host, or for business opportunity.

Arts Center Begins New Partnership
with Ava Anderson Non-Toxic
(Allison Raymond Anderson, Consultant)

While I'm a big believer in the old adage, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it," I've grown a bit alarmed about the toxins that have come to surround us in all aspects of our lives.  I was diagnosed with celiac disease several years ago and need to live a gluten-free life, which means not just in the food I ingest, but the products I put on my skin.  So I've become a big label-reader, and I've had my eyes opened to the toxic ingredients in conventional products such as soap, shampoo, deodorant, body lotion, and cleaning supplies that have been linked to all kinds of ailments like cancer.  I've also learned from a number of friends with kids and grandkids that they have become increasingly concerned with the allergies and sensitivities afflicting their young ones.

In a response to recent data concerning potential health risks from antibacterial soaps, and in an effort to provide a healthy environment for families at the arts center, Allison Anderson will supply organic hand soap and hand sanitizer to be used by all who learn, play, visit, and work here. The organic hand soap is free of triclosan, sodium laurel sulfate, phthalates, parabens, and synthetic dyes and fragrances, and the hand sanitizer contains a blend of organic essential oils, including neem oil and tea tree oil, both lauded for their antibacterial properties. These products are biodegradable, so not only are they safe for people, but they're safe for the environment, too.  Allison is passionate about educating the community on the dangers of toxic chemicals, and we look forward to using these safe products under our roof.  Please see her ad for contact information if you'd like to learn more about it.

--Lori Robishaw
executive director

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Posted 6/29/2014 / Labels:

In Our Gallery...Upcoming Summer Exhibits

In Our Gallery...

~July Exhibit~
Conversations on Canvas
by Mardi Snyder
On display July 3-29
An art opening reception will be held Friday, July 18
from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
with music by Tom Todd

July exhibit - Conversations on Canvas by Mardi Snyder:
    Mardi Snyder grew up in Ashtabula and now resides in Painesville.  At the University of
Vermont, where she received her B.A. in studio art, Mardi studied “pop” artists including Andy Warhol. She has also been influenced by abstract expressionists, Jackson Pollack with his drip paintings, and Hans Hoffman’s bright and bold converging squares.  Today, Mardi produces abstract works as well as representational work which is loosely rendered.

~August Exhibit~
Finnish Expressionism
by Don Tiitto
On display Aug. 6-Sept. 7
An art opening reception will be held Friday, Aug. 8
from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

August Exhibit -
Finnish Expressionism by Don Tiitto
    “The 1940’s brought us abstract expressionism and since then, Germany and some other countries have joined the expressionistic movement,” says Don. “I decided that, for this show, I would introduce a version of Finnish Expressionism as a style and cats for the subject matter. Why cats? Because I love cats! Cats remind me of peace, something lacking in today’s world. Cats, like people, have their individual personalities and each one has their own version of happiness, another quality I see little of today.  So if my paintings, drawings, and sculptures can bring thoughts of peace and happiness to my audience, I will feel I’ve done something good.”

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Posted 6/28/2014 / Labels:

Welcome to our new flute instructor, Lindsay Fiore

Lindsay Fiore will be offering individual music instruction in flute at the Ashtabula Arts Center beginning this coming Saturday.  

Lindsay has been performing throughout Northeast Ohio for over twenty years. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Music from Kent State University in 2004 while studying flute with Judith Elias and Diane Fiocca.  She also performed in the Kent State University Flute Ensemble, KSU Orchestra, Concert Band and Symphonic Band.  Later, she performed with the Lake Erie College Flute Choir and Lakeland Civic Orchestra while teaching private flute and piano lessons.  Mrs. Fiore fell in love with teaching music and earned a Master of Arts degree in Music Education with licensure from Case Western Reserve University in 2009.  While studying music education at Case, she studied flute with Katherine DeJongh and voice with Marla Berg at the Cleveland Institute of Music, directed the CWRU Flute Choir, performed in the Case Symphonic Winds, University Circle Wind Ensemble, Concert Choir, and the University Singers.  As a graduate student, she assisted with the Cleveland Youth Wind Symphony, performed at Severance Hall, and throughout Europe.  Mrs. Fiore has also had the privilege of teaching music to preschool and toddler-age children at the Cleveland Music School Settlement, Carol Nursery School, and Hawken Lower School. She currently teaches elementary general music to grades one through five for Madison Local Schools. Mrs. Fiore is happily married and has an energetic, fun-lovng seven month old son. She enjoys photography, scrapbooking, and kayaking in her free time. 

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Posted 6/28/2014 / Labels:

Director's Desk for Summer 2014

Happy Spring— I thought it would never arrive!  A couple of things are on my mind, and the first is our wonderful cadre of volunteers.  After a few months on the job, it’s my belief that we at the arts center might organize ourselves a little better in terms of how we communicate with our volunteer corps and use their time.  I’m always looking for ways we might best utilize technological tools like e-mail and social media to communicate with our many friends, while still using a print newsletter to convey key information about upcoming events.  Sadly, a recent computer virus wiped out a good bit of our data, including several volunteer lists with contact
information, which we are in the process of reconstructing.  By the time you read this, we will have held at least two volunteer meetings to get suggestions and talk a little bit about how the arts center can be a better partner.

If you are a volunteer here at the arts center or want to become one—whether working onstage or backstage; assisting with box office, ushering, and concessions; making and serving food for receptions and dinners; lending a hand with with costumes, sets, lights, or props; keeping our facilities and grounds in good condition; or delivering jack-of-all-trades whatever-needs-to-be done-services—please make sure that we have your current contact information.  And if you are unable to make our meetings, please feel free to call Pam Hammond or me at any point with any comments you may have.  We value your advice as well as your time commitment.

Because of our aforementioned computer virus, our membership campaign is starting a few weeks later than usual, so I’m hoping our current members have received their renewal letters, and that the rest of you will get your invitation letters shortly.  There are so many wonderful stories I’ve heard about the arts center over the years, from the students who have studied here and then gotten college scholarships to the economic value we provide in the recruitment and retention of employees throughout the county.

I urge any of you who are reading this who are not yet members to strongly consider joining us.  We try very hard to keep our classes and performances affordable, which means we need to raise more than half of our yearly operating costs.  Your membership gift is a very important part of helping us to do just that.

--Lori Robishaw

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Posted 6/27/2014 / Labels:

Register Early for Multi-Arts Summer Day Camp

Multi-Arts Summer Day Camp
This is an integrated experience for kids that explores the world of the arts. Each day will include instruction in dance, music, art, and theater - all as part of a musical theater production of RATS! The show will be performed for family & friends at 10 a.m. on the final day of camp. Admission to the show is free.

Each camp is held
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Choose your session:
Camp #1: June 23 - July 11
Camp #2: July 21 - August 8

For kids in grades 1 - 6
$195 camp fee/$175 member rate
Bring a packed lunch daily.
Bring a white t-shirt for decorating
on the first day of camp.

Payment is required at the time of registration. Early registration is
recommended as space is limited and Multi-Arts Summer Day Camps often sell
out early. For registration or  more information: (440) 964-3396

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Posted 6/25/2014 / Labels: ,

Donation List --

The Arts Center is in need of donations of the following:

White copy paper
Colored copy paper
Card stock (white or colored)
Tea Bags
Bottled water
Postage stamps
Blank DVD’s
Blank CD-R’s or RW’s
DVD/CD cases
Sharpie markers
Rubber bands
2" Masking tape
Paint brushes
Transparent tape
Binder clips 
File folders
Packing tape
Large paper clips
Paper towels
Pink Pearl Erasers
Paint brushes
Paint rollers 
Clear plastic storage bins for our costume loft

Please do not bring
toilet paper, ball point pens or  pencils.

Our Tech Department's Wish List

bolts of fabric
cuts of fabric (3 yards or more)
12" chop saw
20 gal. or larger shop compresser
cordless screwdrivers
cordless drills
shop drillpress
laptop for the theater
desktop computer
digital tv's - any size
new or gently used furniture especially sofas or antiques
paintings/artwork/tapestries/knick knacks
any kind of unique item

Thank you!

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Posted 6/02/2014 / Labels:

Disney's Peter Pan Jr. opens the Straw Hat Theatre season

Order your tickets now for the Straw Hat Theatre 
production of

Music and Lyrics by  Sammy Cahn and Sammy Fain and Michael Tumes and Xavier Atencio and George Bruns and Jack Lawrence and Frank Churchill and Winston Hibler and Ted Sears and Oliver Wallace and Ray Kelley 
Music Adapted and Arranged and Additional Lyrics by  Eric Svejcar 
Book and Additional Lyrics by  David Zellnik 
Based on the play by J.M. Barrie and the 1953 Disney film 

June 13 - 15, 19 - 22, 26 - 28
Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m.
New this summer! Thursdays and Sundays at 7 p.m.
Directed by Mary Ann Kline

 Neverland is just past the second star to the right in
Disney's Peter Pan JR. Based on the Disney film and J.M. Barrie's enchanting play, this modern version of the timeless tale about a boy who wouldn't grow up is sure to delight. When Wendy's father tells the children they must leave the nursery, Peter Pan and Tinkerbell bring everyone along on an enchanted journey. Captain Hook, Tiger Lily, and all the rest are in on the fun. It's an adventure your entire family will enjoy!  
For Tickets: (440) 964-3396

$16 Adult
$14 Students/Seniors
$11 for Children age 12 and under
 Save $2 per ticket when you purchase tickets in advance. Advance tickets must be purchased by 4 p.m. for Thursday and Friday performances or by noon on Saturday for Saturday and Sunday shows. All ticket sales are final. 

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Posted 6/01/2014 / Labels:

Theater and Music Summer Camps

Theater and Music
Summer Camps

“Music in Me” Camp 
for grades 2 - 5                       July 7 - July 11 
1:30 - 4 p.m.                                              with Kimberly Godfrey and Caitlin Woerner
$90 class fee/$81 member rate 
Do you love Glee? This is the perfect way to begin to live your dreams through singing and dancing with Miss Kimmy and Miss Caitlin. Campers will learn the music and dancing to 5 songs where they will get prepared for their final performance on July 11 at 7:30 p.m. as a pre-show performance prior to High School Musical 2 on our Straw Hat Theatre stage. Each student will receive a complimentary ticket to that evening’s show.

“Musical Theatre Experience” Camp 
for grades 6 - 9                                             July 21 - 25    1:30 - 4 p.m.                                              with Kimberly Godfrey and Caitlin Woerner
$90 class fee/$81 member rate             
This is the perfect camp for kids who are ready to explore the world of theater, dance, and music. During camp, we will work on putting together a Broadway cabaret for a performance on July 25 at 4 p.m. Each student will need to bring a water bottle daily, along with a one-inch, three ring binder to keep their materials together. Students should wear clothes that are easy to move in. 

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Order your tickets today for "A Dream is a Wish" and "Princess Storytime and Tea"

Magic and wonder will be in the air at the Ashtabula Arts Center on Saturday and Sunday, July 5 & 6 when “A Dream is a Wish” in concert brings a number of favorite princesses to the stage singing favorite “princess songs” that kids know and love.  The stage show begins both days at 2 p.m. 

Preceding the show at noon will be a “Princess Storytime and Tea” where kids can meet and greet and have their pictures taken with their favorite princesses while snacking on punch and cookies.  The princess cast will include “Anna” and “Elsa” from Frozen, plus “Arial,” “Cinderella,” “Snow White,” “Aurora,” and more. Kids are encouraged to join the fun by dressing in their own princess or prince attire. Cost of the tea is $8 per person in addition to the price of your concert ticket.

Tickets to all summer shows are on now sale now and can be purchased by calling the Ashtabula Arts Center at (440) 964-3396 or by visiting the box office at 2928 W. 13th Street, Ashtabula.  Adult show tickets are $16, Senior/Student $14 and Child age 12 and under $11.  OR save $2 per ticket when you purchase tickets in advance. Advance sale tickets must be purchased by 4 p.m. for Thursday or Friday performances or by noon on Saturday for Saturday or Sunday shows. 

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Posted 6/01/2014 / Labels:

Auditions for "Little Shop of Horrors"

Auditions will be held Saturday, July 12 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. and Sunday, July 13 from 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. for the G.B. Community Theatre production of Little Shop of Horrors by Howard Ashman and Alan Menken. Auditions will be held at the Ashtabula Arts Center, 2028 W. 13th Street in Ashtabula.

In this favorite sci-fi smash, mild mannered floral assistant Seymour Krelborn stumbles across a new breed of plant he names "Audrey II" - after his coworker crush. This foul-mouthed, R&B-singing carnivore promises unending fame and fortune to the down and out Krelborn as long as he keeps feeding it, BLOOD. Over time, though, Seymour discovers Audrey II's out of this world origins and intent towards global domination!

Performance dates will be October 3 - 5, 10 - 12, 17 – 19.

Those auditioning should prepare a short song and monologue and bring a list of calendar conflicts with them to the audition.  All levels of actors from veterans to first time auditioners are encouraged to try out.  There will also be a need for back stage volunteers to build sets, paint, work with props, etc.  If you are interested in working as a stage hand or for auditioning questions, contact Kimberly Godfrey at (440) 964-3396.

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Posted 5/27/2014 / Labels:

Straw Hat Theatre 2014

Announcing our season line-up!
Straw Hat Theatre 2014

Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. 

New this year!  Thursdays and Sundays at  7 p.m. 

For tickets or subscriptions : (440) 964-3396 

13 - 15
19 - 22
26 - 28

Directed by MaryAnn Kline
Based on the play by J.M. Barrie

A Dream is a Wish in Concert
Sat. and Sun., July 5 and 6 at 2 p.m.

Kids can meet and greet their favorite princesses!
Join us early for Princess Storytime and Tea both days at noon. $8 ea.
Reservations required.

July 5 and 6
10 - 13
17 - 20
24 - 26

Directed by Kimberly Godfrey
Based on a Disney Channel Original Movie by  
Peter Barsocchini

1 - 3
7 - 10
14 - 16

Directed by Stephen Rhodes

Music by Mary Rodgers
Lyrics by Marshall Barer
Book by Jay Thompson, Dean Fuller,
and Marshall Barer

For Tickets: (440) 964-3396
Adult $ 16
Senior/Student $14
Child age 12 and under $11
Or save $2 per ticket when you purchase tickets in advance. Advance sale tickets must be purchased by 4 p.m. for Thursday and Friday performances or by noon on Saturday for Saturday and Sunday shows. All ticket sales are final.

Straw Hat 2014 season subscriptions 
are now on sale

A subscription to Straw Hat Theatre gives you four discount admissions to this season's spectacular shows.  Use one admission at each of our four shows or use all four admissions at one performance.  The choice is yours!  Compare our prices with those of  neighboring theaters.  You won't find a better entertainment bargain anywhere.  And as always, AAC members save 10% off of our already low prices. 
On sale through June 15.
 How many of each would you like?

Adult  _____ @ $50 ea.
Adult member rate _____ @ $45 ea. 

Senior _____ @ $42 ea.
Senior member rate  _____ @ $37.50 ea. 

Student _____ @ $42 ea.
Student member rate _____ @ $37.50 ea. 

Child _____ @ $30 ea. 
Child member rate _____ @ $27 ea.

Subscription(s) Total ________

Grand Total ________

Payment type: Cash___ Check___ Credit___
Visa, Mastercard, or Discover

Credit Card #_____________________________

Expiration date ____________ V-code_______


Cut out and mail to:
Ashtabula Arts Center

2928 W. 13 St., Ashtabula, OH 44004




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