Jun 28, 2017

Liberty Performing Arts Theater 2007 Schedule

Published Jan 7, 2007, 12:00pm




Liberty Performing Arts Theatre (LPAT)
Events, Auditions, and Announcements

Coming Events for 2007

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COMING EVENTS presented by the LPAT

New Musician Auditions - Enter yourself or your ensemble in the Showcase (below)
Sat, Jan 13, 2007 by appointment only
Tickets: no charge
ENTRY DEADLINE: WED, JAN 10th!

New Musician Showcase - A collection of performances by developing musical acts from the Kansas City metro area
Sat-Sun, Jan 27-28, 2007 7:00pm
Tickets: $5.00 all seats - call 816-792-6130

Aesop’s Fabulous Fables - Paul Mesner Puppet Company
Fri, Feb 23, 2007 10:00am
Tickets: $4.50 regular; $4.00 group of 10+; $3.50 group of 50+ - call 816-792-6130

Cinderella - Paul Mesner Puppet Company
Wed, Mar 28, 2007 10:00am
Tickets: $4.50 regular; $4.00 group of 10+; $3.50 group of 50+ - call 816-792-6130

2007 AACTFest - Muti-day competition by the best theater companies of AACT's "Region 5" (MO, KS, IA, NE, MN, SD, and ND)
Thr, Apr 26, 2007 through Sun, Apr 29, 2007 several performances, activities, and events
Tickets: $100-$120 All-Event Pass; $25-$10 Single-Session Passes

COMING EVENTS presented by organizations renting the LPAT

Dulce Flamenco - Dulce Flamenco Internacional
Sun, Jan 14, 2007 7:00pm
Tickets: $30.00 center; $25.00 1st tier; $20.00 2nd tier - call 816-792-6130


2006-2007 Classical Concert Season - Liberty Symphony Orchestra
Concerts in Dec, Feb, and Apr
Tickets: $18.00 adult; $14.00 senior; $5.00 student - call 816-792-6130

"High School Musical" - ACT One
Thr-Sat, Apr 12-14, 2007 five different showtimes
Tickets: $7.00 regular; $5.00 group of 15+; $0 baby - call 816-792-6130

Other Coming Events

ANNOUNCEMENTS

1. The LPAT is currently accepting applications for part-time technical positions. Especially desired are applicants who have experience with computer-controlled lighting and audio consoles, customer service experience, and who are available during "normal" hours (8a - 5p) on weekdays.

2. Teams of volunteers are needed for the 5-day 2007 Region V AACTFest. Pre-event preparation is already underway for this major event. Thus, some positions, to be filled by volunteers with special skills in organization and planning, are needed now. Volunteers for other positions will be identified now; but assigned to various tasks later on, closer to the event dates. Most volunteers will receive cross-training in multiple positions. An all-volunteer orientation meeting is scheduled on Sun, Apr 15, 2007 (time to be announced). Volunteers are thanked in a variety of ways, including entry passes, t-shirts, recognition, and, especially, satisfaction and fun. Volunteer positions needed:


Banquet / Decorations Coordinators

Computer Artists

Registration Coordinators

Registration Desk Assistants

LPAT Vendors' Coordinator

LPAT Concession Coordinator

LPAT Concession Sales Assistant

Entrants Hosts

Technicians' Assistants

House Managers

Ushers

Workshop Assistants

Traffic Control

Runners

Door Keepers

Greeters

Floaters

Adjudicator Hosts

Timekeepers

Stage Hands

Interested? For most positions, contact Nancy Eppert, AACTFest Volunteer Coordinator. For the three LPAT positions, contact Paul Miller, LPAT Coordinator. Send your name, address, phone, a brief description of your abilities, and the positions which especially interest you.

DIRECTIONS

From the South: Take I-35 North to exit 13; at the bottom of the exit, follow the signs marked “Liberty” and “South Liberty Parkway” (a quick left then right turn); travel East on South Liberty Parkway for 1.8 miles; turn North (left) on Withers Road for 1.2 miles; the LPAT is on your left, inside the Liberty Community Center

From the North: Take I-35 South to exit 17, turn Southeast (left) on 291 Highway, turn South (right) on Withers Road for 1 mile; the LPAT is on your right, inside the Liberty Community Center


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