Center for Performing Arts 2013-14 season

September 6, 2013 

Penn State’s Center for the Performing Arts will host 28 music, theater and dance presentations during its 2013-14 season. Starting with a presentation of Momix’s “Botanica,” the season will feature award-winning Broadway musicals, a variety of dance performances, the return of a number of popular acts and the debut of others.

Visit www.cpa.psu.edu or call 800-ARTS-TIX for more information.

Eisenhower Auditorium

• Anda Union’s “The Wind Horse,” Sept. 24

• Cirque Eloize’s “Cirkopolis,” Sept. 27

• Mary Chapin Carpenter and Shawn Colvin, Oct. 19

• Doc Severinsen and His Big Band, Oct. 22

• Jim Henson’s “Dinosaur Train Live! Buddy’s Big Adventure,” Oct. 25

• Yamato: The Drummers of Japan 20th Anniversary Tour, Nov. 12

• “West Side Story,” Nov. 19

• Penn State School of Music’s “Mosaic,” Dec. 8

• “Rock of Ages,” Jan. 22

• “Guitar Passions” with Sharon Isbin, Stanley Jordan and Romero Lumbambo, Jan. 31

• Compagnie Kafig’s “Correria/Agwa,” Feb. 4

• Vienna Concert-Verein Orchestra, Feb. 6

• Sutton Foster, Feb. 15

• “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast,” Feb. 25-26

• Penn State School of Music’s Philharmonic Orchestra and Choirs presentation of “The French Connection,” March 2

• Moscow Festival Ballet’s “Swan Lake,” March 20

• “Memphis,” March 27

• The Legendary Count Basie Orchestra with New York Voices, April 3

• Erth’s “Dinosaur Zoo,” April 6

• “Bring It On: The Musical,” April 17

Schwab Auditorium

• The American Palace Theatre’s “The Kite Runner,” Oct. 8

• St. Lawrence String Quartet, Oct. 9

• American Brass Quintet, Oct. 30

• Apollo’s Fire The Cleveland Baroque Orchestra, Nov. 7

• Dr. Lonnie’s Smith’s “In the Beginning” Octet, Nov. 21

• Pianist Jeremy Denk, Jan. 29

• Brentano String Quartet, Feb. 21

• Lionel Loueke Trio, April 23

Pasquerilla Spiritual Center

• Cantus’ “A Place for Us,” April 1

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