Clermont Performing Arts Center Announces 2021 Season
CLERMONT (Sept. 25, 2020) – After a brief intermission, the Clermont Performing Arts Center is ready to welcome you back for the 2021 season.
Season packages and individual show tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. October 1.
“We are excited to safely reopen Lake County’s premier venue for our community’s enjoyment,” Clermont City Manager Darren Gray said. “We hope you’ll join us throughout the 2021 season.”
The Mainstage comes to life with a concert line up like none other, including “TUSK,” a tribute to Fleetwood Mac; “Stayin’ Alive,” a tribute to the Bee Gees; “Stars of the ‘60s,” featuring Gary Puckett & the Union Gap and Dennis Tufano; “Pop Rock and Doo Wopp,” starring Bobby Rydell; and some of the best musicians from the greatest acts of all time at “The Hit Men.”
Other Mainstage shows include “Celtic Angels,” a journey to the Emerald Isle that is sure to enchant the entire family; “Little Black Dress,” a fearlessly funny ladies’ night out musical; John Mueller’s “Winter Dance Party,” the official live and authentic re-creation of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper’s final tour; critically acclaimed hypnotist “Dale K;” and “Godspell,” performed by the Moonlight Players.
The Black Box Theater continues to provide dazzling programs in an intimate setting, including fan-favorite “SAK Comedy Lab” and the Friday Night Showcase, featuring some of the hottest comics and variety acts in the country. Our signature matinee series, “You Are Still There!” returns with Emmy Award-winning host and Clermont resident Charlie Grinker.
“For many, the theater is a place to escape the stress of everyday life and be transported into a world of fantasy and whimsy,” Arts and Events Manager Chris Dudeck said. “The staff at the Clermont Performing Arts Center is working hard to ensure your theater experience is safe and enjoyable, following all guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Please know that we are working diligently to maintain the safety of every guest and will take every precaution to ensure the show goes on.”
Buy your tickets and season packages starting Oct. 1 at www.ClermontPAC.com or by calling 352-394-4800.
About the Clermont Performing Arts Center. The Clermont Performing Arts Center includes the Mainstage – Lake County’s largest performance hall at 1,070 seats – and a 250-seat Black Box Theater. The facility is located at 3700 S. U.S. Highway 27, is part of the 69,000-square-foot Clermont Arts and Recreation Center atop the hills of Clermont. More at www.ClermontPAC.com.
About the City of Clermont. Clermont, Fla., is known as the Choice of Champions® due to its international reputation as a training ground for elite athletes and the community’s celebration of the championship spirit. Founded in 1884 as a model town, the city of 40,000 is about 20 miles west of Orlando and is set among picturesque hills and pristine lakes. Clermont is the largest city in Lake County. More at www.ClermontFL.gov.
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