Are you an amateur filmmaker? Here’s your chance to let your video shine on the TCA stage. Filmmakers of all ages are invited to create and enter original short films for our annual Cabin Fever Film Fest.
The deadline for submission is quickly approaching. Filmmakers need to complete a submission form and upload film submissions to YouTube. CLICK HERE to download submission form. Completed forms may be emailed to email@example.com or mailed to Tecumseh Center for the Arts at 400 N. Maumee St. Tecumseh, MI 49286 by Friday, January 8, 2016.
Cabin Fever Film Fest is scheduled for Saturday, February 6, 2016 at 7:00 pm. Tickets are on sale now for $10 each.
Requirements for participation in the Film Festival:
Anyone may enter films for consideration. Minors may apply with the permission of a parent or guardian. More than one person may work together on a film. All entries must be the exclusive work of the applicant or submitting team.
For more information, contact the TCA Box Office at 517.423.6617.
When was the last time you saw live entertainment? Was it a comedy show, a musical group or a theatrical performance? We have all of these and so much more at Tecumseh Center for the Arts!
TCA gift certificates never expire and can be purchased in any denomination. They can be used to purchase tickets to any of our national touring shows or special events.*
Our 2016 National Touring Season kicked off earlier in December with TCA Big Band and VocalAires but we still have plenty of upcoming events including Comedian Godfrey, Lightwire Theater, Humming House, The Verve Pipe and TCA Big Band and VocalAires’ spring concert.
In addition we have Special Events planned nearly every month including Princess Day, Cabin Fever Film Fest, Tecumseh’s Got Talent and our Black Box Summer Series that takes place June-August.
Gift certificates can be purchased in person at the TCA Box Office or over the phone by calling 517-423-6617.
(Excludes tickets for renter’s shows including Kiwanis Travel Series, Tecumseh Pops and Community Chorus, Tecumseh Youth Theatre and local dance studio recitals.)
Last week the TCA kicked off holiday celebrations with not one, or two but seven shows! It was a busy week for TCA staff, partner organizations, local youth and musicians.
Tecumseh Pops and Community Chorus kicked off the holidays with their holiday concert on Sunday, December 9. The event included Christmas tunes in addition to holiday music throughout the year. Those in attendance heard musical compositions celebrating the New Year, Easter, Independence Day, Halloween and finally Christmas. The TCA auditorium and stage were filled with sounds of joy and celebration.
The TCA then quickly changed gears as staff changed the stage, lighting and props from Pops to the Nutcracker Ballet. With updated costumes and props, local ballet dancers rehearsed Monday-Wednesday night before opening night on Thursday, December 10. Months of hard work, practice, patience and collaboration all came together for one of our biggest casts in history. The Nutcracker Ballet delighted young and old with the dancing gifts from local youth, instructional expertise from dance studio owners and choreographers and dedicated Tech Corp students who oversaw the lighting, prop changes and music.
In less than 12 hours following the final performance of the Nutcracker Ballet, the TCA stage was once again transformed for the TCA Big Band and VocalAires’ Holiday Concert. The concert took place on Sunday, December 13 with over 300 patrons celebrating the musical sounds of the big band era led by Director Marty Marks. TCA Big Band and VocalAires featured vocalists Connie Hutchison, Joyce Lancaster, Heather Hardcastle and Mike Ratz singing songs including White Christmas, Home for the Holidays, Everybody’s Waitin’ for the Man with the Bag and Here’s to Life. The TCA Big Band performed holiday favorites including Adeste Fidelis (Oh Come All Ye Faithful), and I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day, along with big band tunes such as Opus One and much more.
What a fun and magical time at the TCA. Thank you to everyone who came out and enjoyed these holiday events.
Behind the scenes of Tecumseh Center for the Arts.