LLT Readers Theatre
Lakeside Little Theatre’s rescheduled production of “It’s My Party (And I’ll Die If I Want To)” will take place Friday to Sunday, March 12, 13 and 14, with open-air seating on LLT’s Angel Terrace.
The cast of Graham Miller, Collette Clavadetscher, Marsha Heaton, Mark Heaton, Lynn Gutstadt and Mark Donaldson is directed by Liz O’Neill.
This dark comedy by Elizabeth Coleman focuses on Ron Patterson, who gathers his dysfunctional family round him to let them know that three months ago he had been given three months to live, and he has 111 minutes to go. He has lots of finger food, and a strict schedule of events to neatly tie up all loose ends. What could possibly go wrong?
LCS concerts continue
The Lake Chapala Society Concert in the Park series continues with Enrique de Allende and the Media Luna Brothers Band in two performances, Saturday, March 13, 2 and 4:30 p.m. in the LCS Garden.
Kim Kuzma’s Band will perform Sunday, March 28, also with two concerts, at 2 and 4:30 p.m.
Tickets are limited to 100 seats per performance, advanced purchase only. No tickets sold at the gate. VIP tickets (50 seats, featuring prime location with table) are 500 pesos, and general seats 350 pesos.
Music Academy returns
The Festival del Lago Academy of Music will return this summer from August 1 to 14 with a slightly scaled down version. The fourth edition of this music camp, which was inspired by the Northern Lights Festival de Febrero, will feature world-renowned violinist Gribory Kalinovsky from the Jacobs School of Music. Other instructors include violinists Jeremy Bell, Minju Kim and Christopher Wilshere, violists Luke Fleming and Juan Miguel Hernandez, cellists Roman Borys and Jacob Shaw and pianist Lisa Tahara.
Limited spots for accomplished students are available. The application deadline is March 10. See festivaldellago.com for more information.