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Lawrence Central Performing Arts Association

2014 ISSMA Scholastic Marching State Finals

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ISSMA Scholastic Marching State Finals
Volunteer Update for Saturday - October 25th, 2014

This Saturday, October 25th 2014, the LCPAA and Lawrence Central will be hosting the ISSMA Scholastic Marching State Finals, shift assignments have been sent to volunteers scheduled to work this event. The Scholastic Finals will bring 35 bands and their fans from around the state to LC. This event is one of the three largest fundraising activities hosted by the LCPAA each year - dance, choir, band, guard, orchestra, theatre - all benefit from this event. It is critical that we have enough volunteers to fill all assignments.

Please review the volunteer opportunities listed below to see if one or more fits your schedule.


Gates:   3:15PM - 9:30PM   6 slots

Concession Stand:   4:30PM - 10:30PM   4 slots

Parking:

7:00AM - 12:00PM (noon)   4 slots

11:00AM - 5:00PM   3 slots

4:00PM - 10:30PM   2 slots

Cookie Sales:   4:00PM - 9:30PM   3 slots

If...

1. You think that you are scheduled to work this event and have not received your assignment

2. You are unsure what events you have been assigned for the 2014-15 school year.

3. You would like to volunteer to work this event.

Please contact LCPAA Volunteer Coordinators Susan Haber and Anne Williams at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 317-964-7553,

Thank you for your continued support of the Arts at Lawrence Central and the LCPAA.

Last Updated on Thursday, 23 October 2014 09:10
 

2014 Fall Play - Street Scene

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This is a General Admission Seating event.
Refreshments will be available for purchase at intermission.

Click to download a printable flyer.

STREET SCENE Winner! 1929 Pulitzer Prize for Drama

An outstanding Broadway success and winner of the Pulitzer Prize, this is a panorama of the comedy and tragedy of daily life.
Though this remarkable play is primarily a slice of life in a poor neighborhood, it is held together by a strikingly dramatic plot which has to do with a gentlemen involved
with technical theatre whose wife has been having a sordid affair with the milkman. The incident serves chiefly to crystallize the viewpoint and very human reactions of the entire neighborhood.

This modern classic that catches the varying moods of daily life as it is lived by millions in a large metropolis.  The cast includes over 65 LC students.

The Lawrence Central Performing Arts Association is pleased to announce that you may purchase
event tickets online at TotalGate Solutions/TickeTracker.

Thursday, November 6, 2014 - 7:00 PMFriday, November 7, 2014 - 7:00 PMSaturday, November 8, 2014 - 7:00 PM

Click one of the links above to to purchase tickets and then follow the on screen instructions to complete your purchase. This is a General Admission Seating event.
Once you've purchased a ticket, if you need to make any changes, including a refund, you must contact the Lawrence Central box office at 317-964-7553.
Total Gate Solutions/TickeTracker support does not handle any changes after the ticket is purchased.

Important Season Pass /Complimentary Ticket Holders Information
*** If you have a season pass or a complimentary ticket, you must claim your tickets at the box office.
Please call and leave your name, phone number, and ticket request information at 317-964-7553.
We will also need the following information: Performance date and total number of tickets including the pass or passes.
Let us know which pass you want to use and how many you have.
Someone will return your call to complete your order.

Enjoy the show and thank you for continuing to support the Arts at Lawrence Central.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 23 October 2014 13:52
 

2014 LCPAA Ad Campaign Information

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Performing Arts Program Ad Campaign

Looking for a great opportunity to earn some of your student’s Performing Arts fees?  You can now participate in the LCPAA Performing Arts Ad Campaign to sell ads for our LCPAA Performing Arts events program (our version of a PLAYBILL), with 30% of each of your sales directly crediting to your student’s account. As an example, if you sell a $100 business card size ad to a business owner, $30 of that sale will be credited to your student’s account.  Many larger sized ads are also available for sale.

To participate, you must register by emailing Jennifer Mosier at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and by picking up an Ad Campaign information packet from Mrs. Corman in the Performing Arts office. The packet provides details about getting started and includes answers to all of your questions about this opportunity. Click here to download and read the attached information to determine if you would like to participate.

The campaign also gives parents and other relatives or friends a chance to purchase a personal tribute ad for their students, which can include a photo or just a note of congratulations on the student’s performing arts successes.  Personal tribute ads are half the price of business ads.

The program is a high quality, professionally printed document sold/distributed at our five most well-attended events and performances, and includes unlimited space for you to sell ad space to community businesses, your employer, and or family and friends.  The Ad Campaign for the 2015 calendar year program is now underway and will last approximately 7 weeks, ending on Monday, November 3rd.

Mrs. Corman has complete information packets available for sign out in the Performing Arts office, which include all instructions and order forms necessary for completing the ad sales.

If you would like more information, please contact Jennifer Mosier at 317-840-1023 after 4 PM or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Last Updated on Monday, 29 September 2014 08:15