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2017 Season

Man with crown being placed on his headMacbeth

Shakespeare’s Towering Tragedy
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Charles Fee

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In a maelstrom of politics and magic, Shakespeare’s towering tragedy melds unforgettable characters and incomparable language in a fascinating drama of corruption and heroism. We invite you to join us for an eerie evening of dazzling darkness, where specters and riddles foretell the futures of kings. But beware: “something wicked this way comes.”

For this production, we will transform our Warren Edward Trepp Stage into an Elizabethan theater, including NEW SEATING SECTIONS ON STAGE – surrounding the playing area and creating an immersive experience for audiences! Consider ONSTAGE seating when planning your visit to enjoy the fullness of this unique production. (Onstage seats are padded benches with backs similar in style to church pews. The bench seat is padded. Seating is assigned.)

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60s Woman With MicrophoneBeehive- The 60s Musical

Off Broadway’s Groovy Retro-Hit Revue
Created by Larry Gallagher / Directed by Victoria Bussert

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An exuberant jukebox celebration of the women musicians who made the 60s truly memorable, Beehive transports audiences on a nostalgic musical journey back in time. Featuring forty classic chart-toppers (and Aqua Net-glistening coiffures, of course), this groovy retro-revue highlights hits that range from the Supremes’ memorable melodies to Janis Joplin’s heart-rending rasp to Aretha Franklin’s soul and more. So break out your vintage best…and prepare to sing along, dance in the aisles and relive one of music’s truly golden eras.

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2018 Showcase Series 

We are delighted to present this year’s Showcase Series performances. Reserved seating tickets for some events will sell out within minutes, so please consider general admission seating when purchasing tickets. There are no bad seats in the house. And remember, we have a variety of wonderful performances this season; so if your first choice is not available, please consider exploring something new. We have something for everyone!

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Don’t miss this diverse lineup of fantastic live entertainment on the Warren Edward Trepp Stage at scenic Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park.

 

Reno Philharmonic
Remember When Rock Was Young – The Elton John Tribute

July 16, 2018 @ 7:30 p.m.
Single Tickets: $60-$140 / Tables: $325-$650 (Tables seat 2 or 4.)

Vocalist Craig Meyer joins the Reno Phil Orchestra under the direction of Laura Jackson for an evening celebrating Sir Elton John’s legacy of chart-topping songs. You’ll be captivated by Mr. Meyer’s resemblance and ability to impersonate Sir Elton John. On the eve of a musical legend’s final tour, we invite you to spend an evening with Craig Meyers under the stars at Lake Tahoe, celebrating the songs that shaped our history and remembering a time when rock was young.

 

Sierra Nevada Ballet
A Midsummer Night’s Dream – The Ballet

July 23, 2018 @ 7:30 p.m.
Single Tickets: $29-$79 / Tables: $158-$316 (Tables seat 2 or 4.)

Sierra Nevada Ballet presents a new, modern and edgy ballet version of Shakespeare’s classic, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, with a cast of 30 dancers. New York director/interdisciplinary artist, Ananda Bena-Weber, has reimagined this traditional tale for a contemporary audience – creating a steam punk fantasy that infuses subtle insights into the many permutations of the love relationship. Artistic Director/choreographer, Rosine Bena, collaborates with Ananda to create a world of cloying embraces, thrashing resistance and power struggles that are played out in the fairy tale realm – where ideal partnership relationships become distorted for a time.

 

Reno Jazz Orchestra
New Orleans, A Night in the Big Easy

July 30, 2018 @ 7:30 p.m.
Single Tickets: $29-$89 / Tables: $178-$356 (Tables seat 2 or 4.)

Let the good times roll! The Reno Jazz Orchestra presents a night of Mardi Gras music-magic that will take you on a tour of the Big Easy, set your feet stompin’ and send your soul swingin’. Expect brass bands, big bands and bold-rooted blues improvised with a healthy dose of funk to highlight the quintessential heart and soul of New Orleans. From the classic Dixieland of Louis Armstrong to the “Second Line” to the Big Easy’s number one son, Doctor John the Night Tripper, it’s a night of swaggering songs with the RJO that you won’t soon forget.

 

Reno Philharmonic
Bravo on The Beach: Best of Broadway

August 6, 2018 @ 7:30 p.m.
Single Tickets: $60-$130 / Tables: $300-$600 (Tables seat 2 or 4.)

Surround yourself in the majestic beauty of Lake Tahoe while experiencing the best music from Midtown Manhattan. Enjoy a fun-filled evening of your favorite Broadway hits as stars Alli Mauzey and Hugh Panaro take the stage with the Reno Phil Orchestra conducted by Dr. Jason Altieri. Vocalist Alli Mauzey has appeared on Broadway as Glinda in Wicked, Brenda in Hairspray and Lenora in the musical Cry-Baby. Returning favorite, Hugh Panaro has made his mark as both the title character and his rival Raoul in Broadway’s The Phantom of the Opera. Panaro also played the roles of Marius and Jean Valjean in Les Misérables in Philadelphia.

 

Super Diamond
The Neil Diamond Tribute

August 13, 2018 @ 7:30 p.m.
Single Tickets: $30-$94 / Tables: $188-$376 (Tables seat 2 or 4.)

“Good times never seemed SO GOOD!” In an exhilarating concert tribute to the beloved pop icon Neil Diamond, Super Diamond will have Sand Harbor audiences singing along when they perform his timeless classics which include “Sweet Caroline,” “America,” “Cherry Cherry,” “Song Sung Blue” and others. Super Diamond has sold out venues throughout the country; appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman, CNN and VH1; and been featured in Rolling Stone, Spin and The New York Times. Join us this summer for a fun, sequin-glittered, feel-good performance of Neil Diamond’s greatest hits that will create nostalgia for the good ol’ days and excitement for tomorrow.

 

THE 5th ANNUAL PRIM JAZZ NIGHT
Mindi Abair & The Boneshakers
Back By Popular Demand!
A Powerhouse Sax and Detroit Funk/Rock Concert

August 20, 2018 @ 7:30 p.m.
Single Tickets: $30-$94 / Tables: $188-$376 (Tables seat 2 or 4.)

In a career that spans seven solo albums and countless collaborations, Mindi Abair, a two-time Grammy nominee, has made her mark on a broad stretch of the musical landscape that includes jazz, pop, rock, R&B, soul, funk and more. Her impressive list of credits includes ten #1 radio hits, six top-5 solo records and two #1 spots on the Billboard Contemporary Jazz album chart – not to mention collaborations with American Idol, Aerosmith, Bruce Springsteen and Booker T. Mindi (saxophone/vocals) will rock Sand Harbor this summer with her Boneshaker bandmates Randy Jacobs (guitar/vocals), Sweet Pea Atkinson (vocals), Rodney Lee (keys), Derek Frank (bass/vocals) and Third Richardson (drums/vocals).

 

Reno Jazz Orchestra
An Evening with Tierney Sutton

September 1, 2018 @ 7:30 p.m.
Single Tickets: $29-$89 / Tables: $178-$356 (Tables seat 2 or 4.)

Performing the best of the Great American Songbook from Cole Porter to Joni Mitchell, the 17-piece RJO will share the stage with Grammy-nominated jazz vocalist Tierney Sutton. Don’t miss this swingin’ night of big band jazz and enduring classics spiced with Tierney’s signature stage-stealing charisma. Renowned as a “serious jazz artist who takes music to another level,” Sutton’s acclaimed and award-winning style will complement the veteran talents of the Reno Jazz Orchestra whose members have traveled the world with legendary performers.

 

Trails & Vistas
The World Concert: A Peace Project of Truckee Tahoe

September 8, 2018 @ 6:30 p.m.
Single Tickets: $24-$69 / Tables: $138-$276 (Tables seat 2 or 4.)

Celebrate music and dance with performers from around the world. This year’s event features the Latin seven-piece band Boca Mundial starring Grammy-winning vocalist Alexa Morales, known for her mix of jazzy sweetness and Latin brightness. InnerRhythms Dance Theatre kicks off the concert, followed by violinist Scarlet Rivera, the Latin duo of Lucas Arizu and Darcy Kathleen, aerial dance with Tahoe Flow Arts, Neo Folk World Music with HuDost and much more. We proudly welcome Jessica Fichot and her intoxicating multilingual fusion of French chanson, 1940s Shanghai jazz, gypsy swing and folk. The World Concert is produced by Trails and Vistas, building community through celebration of the arts and nature since 2004.

 

 

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