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Tecumseh Center for the Arts is excited to announce its 2016-2017 International Touring Season. The entire community is invited to our FREE Season Preview event Thursday, September 29 at 7 pm.
The TCA Season Preview is our chance to announce all the exciting things happening at the TCA. Don’t miss the chance to see and hear about our upcoming season from short movie clips of this year’s events to live performances, new patron benefit announcements, and a great incentive to buy Season Tickets at the Season Preview event!
This year’s TCA Touring Season includes five high caliber shows starting November 5 with Australian Blues Singer and Guitarist Owen Campbell. Owen was one of the finalists on Australia’s Got Talent in 2012. His smooth sound will bring the music from “Down Under” to Tecumseh, Michigan. In January, we welcome comedian Ben Bailey. Many will know him from the Discovery Channels television game show called “Cash Cab.” At the end of February we kick-off St. Patrick’s Day a few weeks early as we welcome the Irish band Runa to the TCA stage. In March, we’ll have a great time seating patrons both on stage and in the house for a Dueling Pianos showdown. April ends our touring season with the family show Mutts Gone Nuts, an animal performance group featuring rescue dogs that were recently seen on the television talk show The View. You can purchase Season Tickets to each of our five shows for $100!
In addition to bringing in incredible acts from across the country and around the world, we’re also passionate about supporting local artists and performers. You will find over 75 additional events being held throughout the year as part of our Michigan Homegrown project. TCA is proud to partner with local schools, dance studios, Kiwanis Travel Series, Tecumseh POPS, Tecumseh Players, Tecumseh Youth Theatre and TCA Big Band and VocalAires.
Other exciting things happening at the TCA include changes to our service fees, new military discounts and an increased number of events! To learn first-hand what is happening at the Tecumseh Center for the Arts stop by our Season Preview event on September 29.
Tecumseh Center for the Arts is a fully equipped performance facility, providing a wide variety of events that light up the stage! The TCA seats 572 guests with thousands of performers, patrons, and even a few miscellaneous animals contributing to the success of the TCA over the past 36 years.
Come out and experience the excitement of a live performance at the TCA! To order your season tickets call us at 517-453-6617 or visit our Season Ticket page.
The TCA Michigan Homegrown Project
New for our 2016-2017 season, Tecumseh Center for the Arts (TCA) has created The TCA Michigan Home-grown Project to emphasize the importance of sharing the theater stage with local artistic groups while building lasting relationships between art organizations and the theater for many years to come.
It is the goal of Tecumseh Center for the Arts and The TCA Michigan Homegrown Project to host over 75 events each year that focuses on celebrating local Tecumseh and Michigan area artists including (but not limited to) music, dance, readings, cinematic productions, and theatrical performances.
Our Mission Realized:
To enhance the quality of life in the greater Tecumseh community by providing exceptional arts and entertainment events and participatory opportunities.
Exciting things to come:
Keep watch for more information as we build momentum for this year's season that officially kicks off Thursday, September 29! Sign up for our monthly e-newsletter so you don't miss our upcoming announcements, including our season tickets!
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"Kylee Phillips will take the stage to close out Tecumseh Center for the Arts’ (TCA) Black Box Summer Series on August 25 at 7:00 pm. The embodiment of Pure Michigan talent, singer-songwriter and pianist Kylee Phillips hails from Plymouth, Michigan. As a pop and folk artist, she has been likened to such artists as Sara Bareilles and Brandi Carlile. Kylee delivers an array of music that weaves together personal lyrics and an intimate performance style telling stories that are, as she puts it, “bigger than just me and my life.”
Local businessman Dan Hacker of Hacker Jewelers saw Kylee perform and recommended her to the Tecumseh Center for the Arts.
“Dan Hacker approached me earlier this year about bringing Kylee Phillips to the TCA,” stated Director of Operations Kathy Field. "We focus the spotlight on Michigan based artists during our Black Box Summer Series that we think our community will enjoy. We always like to receive recommendations and ideas from community members.”
Tickets for Kylee Phillips are $10 each and can be purchased online, at the Box Office window located at 400 N. Maumee Street in Tecumseh, Michigan, or by calling 517-423-6617.
Tecumseh Center for the Arts (TCA) is excited to bring Disney Pixar Monster’s, Inc. to the TCA for just $2 a person. In addition to the movie, guests can purchase popcorn, pop and water at the concession stand.
Monster’s, Inc. will be played at the TCA on August 18 at 1:00 pm. This animated feature from the creators of Toy Story shows us the life behind the scenes of things that go bump in the night. The big, blue and fuzzy James P. Sullivan (John Goodman) and his opinionated, one-eyed roommate Mike Wzowski (Billy Crystal) are two professional “scare specialists.” Their job is to harness the energy created when they make little kids scream. When they accidentally let a young girl named Boo into their world behind the closets and under the beds, it throws their life into chaos. This movie is rated G.
Movie goers who attend Monsters, Inc. and who are participating in the City of Tecumseh Parks and Recreation program Looking for Bigfoot, can attend the movie for free. Program participants will need to wear their Tecumseh Squatch Squad t-shirt to receive free entry.
The movie starts 1:00 pm with doors opening at 12 (noon). Movie goers can pay at the door starting at noon and pick their own seat with movie theater style general admission seating.
For more information, visit the TCA website at www.TheTCA.org or call the Box Office at 517-423-6617.
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