The SnowCat is th heartwarming holiday tale of a little girl’s search for her wandering white cat on a chilly afternoon and the life lessons she learns on the spirit of sharing and gratitude that makes the holidays such a magical time. Includes a plush toy and coloring book.
The circus is coming to town! Zoppé welcomes guests into their intimate 500-seat tent for a one-ring circus that honors the best history of the Old-World Italian tradition: where you come as strangers but leave as family.
Timber! is clearly off the beaten track. The artists perform incredible feats of aerial acrobatics that are directly inspired by the natural raw materials of the forest and the equipment used on the farm. The atmosphere is hyper-festive.
The show is a combination of musical treasures intertwined with personal reflections and private recollections from a lady who grew up having a family-like relationship with the people to whom she is paying tribute.
The Mexican-American Experience is celebrated through song, dance, music and film highlighting the many notable achievements and contributions of Mexican-Americans throughout U.S. history in this brand new multi-media production, featuring multiple Grammy award winners Los Lobos, and dancers from Ballet Folklorico Mexicano.
Tight harmonies and high-octane ukulele solos in enchanting, and sometimes hilarious, versions of modern and traditional tunes we all know and love. Mix that with excellent comedic timing, witty banter and audience participation and you have an instant party, which is how WIUO likes to describe its concert experience.
Combining forces for the first time, The Manhattan Transfer and Take 6, two of the most acclaimed, award-winning vocal groups in pop music, create an unforgettable concert event that will thrill audiences of all ages.
It’s an Off-Broadway show staged as a festive celebration in which the audience doesn’t just watch but participates directly, from the first toast to the last slice of cake. As two colorful and madcap Italian-American families come together as one, everyone in attendance joins in the fun as guests of the bride and groom.
With their roots in dance, music and martial arts, and after collaborating with foremost national and international dance companies, Elias, Judah, Josua, Cristo, Israel, Aaron and Josue came together in 2007 to create Los Vivancos.
Their performances make room for melodicas and ukuleles, lyrics that can unspool in ten languages, twinges of Appalachia and Portlandia, some shout-outs to the Mamas & Papas, all filtered through the DNA of the most beloved musical ever, The Sound of Music.