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maytue26

Chris Brubeck and The French Jazz Quartet Concert

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

Admission: $25 general admission. Ticket cost includes parking fee. Taxes and service fee not included in ticket price.

Join the Eastern Music Festival and Music for a Great Space for a one-time concert featuring some of the world's finest jazz musicians. The legendary Chris Brubeck will be performing with his long-time friend pianist John Salmon for an evening of unforgettable music. Joining them will be Guillaume Saint-James on saxophones, Jerome Seguin on bass and Thierry Arpino on drums. Together this combo will be playing some Brubeck classics, as well as some excerpts from Brothers in Arts, a work composed by Brubeck and Saint-James in honor of the 70th anniversary of D-Day in 2013.

This concert is co-presented by Music for a Great Space and Eastern Music Festival

in honor of the 25th Anniversary of MGS and the EMF Fringe Series Kick-off. Special thanks to the UNCG School of Music, Theatre and Dance for hosting the performance.

Advance Tickets can be purchased:

By Phone: Triad Stage: 336.272.0160 or toll-free at (866) 579-TIXX (8499)

Online: http://easternmusicfestival.org or http://musicforagreatspace.org

In Person (advanced purchases): Triad Stage Box Office 232 South Elm Street Greensboro, NC 27401

Tickets will also be available for purchase one hour prior to the performance on site.

More Information:

Music for a Great Space

http://musicforagreatspace.org

336.638.7624

Eastern Music Festival

http://www.easternmusicfestival.org

(336) 333-7450 x226

junthu18

THE BOY WHO LOVED MONSTERS...

by Jonathan Graham

Directed by Abigail Van Patter

Left alone at the dinner table to finish the remains of his meal (a single, enormous pea), 8-year-old Evan wishes he had a real live monster to eat his peas and play with him. When a real live monster actually arrives, life is turned upside down for Evan and his family in this hilarious and heartfelt comedy. The monster, named Pea, immediately befriends Evan and his little sister, Sue. Pea helps clean, spies on the parents, acts out stories about princesses and space aliens and even takes Evan and Sue to visit Monster World—but the children have to keep talking the monster out of eating their parents! When Pea hides under the table during breakfast—and steals pancakes from people's plates—the distracted, technology-addicted parents finally discover the monster under the table. The family has to decide whether to send the monster back to Monster World or accept it as a member of their family.

June 18, 19 25 & 26 at 10 am & 1 pm

June 20 & 27 at 10 am & 2 pm

Call 336-334-4392 | http://theatre.uncg.edu

http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?orgid=24297&group_id=546978&schedule=list

Tickets: $12 for adults and $9 for children/seniors/groups of 10 + on weekend performance dates and $6 for uncg students and weekday matinee groups

THE BOY WHO LOVED MONSTERS...

Left alone at the dinner table to finish the remains of his meal (a single, enormous pea), 8-year-old Evan wishes he had a real live monster to eat his peas and play with him. When a real live monster actually arrives, life is turned upside down for Evan and his family in this hilarious and heartfelt comedy. The monster, named Pea, immediately befriends Evan and his little sister, Sue. Pea helps clean, spies on the parents, acts out stories about princesses and space aliens and even takes Evan and Sue to visit Monster World—but the children have to keep talking the monster out of eating their parents! When Pea hides under the table during breakfast—and steals pancakes from people's plates—the distracted, technology-addicted parents finally discover the monster under the table. The family has to decide whether to send the monster back to Monster World or accept it as a member of their family.

June 18, 19 25 & 26 at 10 am & 1 pm

June 20 & 27 at 10 am & 2 pm

Call 336-334-4392

http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?orgid=24297&group_id=546978&schedule=list

Tickets: $12 for adults and $9 for children/seniors/groups of 10 + on weekend performance dates and $6 for uncg students and weekday matinee groups

junfri19

THE BOY WHO LOVED MONSTERS...

Left alone at the dinner table to finish the remains of his meal (a single, enormous pea), 8-year-old Evan wishes he had a real live monster to eat his peas and play with him. When a real live monster actually arrives, life is turned upside down for Evan and his family in this hilarious and heartfelt comedy. The monster, named Pea, immediately befriends Evan and his little sister, Sue. Pea helps clean, spies on the parents, acts out stories about princesses and space aliens and even takes Evan and Sue to visit Monster World—but the children have to keep talking the monster out of eating their parents! When Pea hides under the table during breakfast—and steals pancakes from people's plates—the distracted, technology-addicted parents finally discover the monster under the table. The family has to decide whether to send the monster back to Monster World or accept it as a member of their family.

June 18, 19 25 & 26 at 10 am & 1 pm

June 20 & 27 at 10 am & 2 pm

Call 336-334-4392

http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?orgid=24297&group_id=546978&schedule=list

Tickets: $12 for adults and $9 for children/seniors/groups of 10 + on weekend performance dates and $6 for uncg students and weekday matinee groups

THE BOY WHO LOVED MONSTERS...

Left alone at the dinner table to finish the remains of his meal (a single, enormous pea), 8-year-old Evan wishes he had a real live monster to eat his peas and play with him. When a real live monster actually arrives, life is turned upside down for Evan and his family in this hilarious and heartfelt comedy. The monster, named Pea, immediately befriends Evan and his little sister, Sue. Pea helps clean, spies on the parents, acts out stories about princesses and space aliens and even takes Evan and Sue to visit Monster World—but the children have to keep talking the monster out of eating their parents! When Pea hides under the table during breakfast—and steals pancakes from people's plates—the distracted, technology-addicted parents finally discover the monster under the table. The family has to decide whether to send the monster back to Monster World or accept it as a member of their family.

June 18, 19 25 & 26 at 10 am & 1 pm

June 20 & 27 at 10 am & 2 pm

Call 336-334-4392

http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?orgid=24297&group_id=546978&schedule=list

Tickets: $12 for adults and $9 for children/seniors/groups of 10 + on weekend performance dates and $6 for uncg students and weekday matinee groups

junsat20

THE BOY WHO LOVED

Left alone at the dinner table to finish the remains of his meal (a single, enormous pea), 8-year-old Evan wishes he had a real live monster to eat his peas and play with him. When a real live monster actually arrives, life is turned upside down for Evan and his family in this hilarious and heartfelt comedy. The monster, named Pea, immediately befriends Evan and his little sister, Sue. Pea helps clean, spies on the parents, acts out stories about princesses and space aliens and even takes Evan and Sue to visit Monster World—but the children have to keep talking the monster out of eating their parents! When Pea hides under the table during breakfast—and steals pancakes from people's plates—the distracted, technology-addicted parents finally discover the monster under the table. The family has to decide whether to send the monster back to Monster World or accept it as a member of their family.

June 18, 19 25 & 26 at 10 am & 1 pm

June 20 & 27 at 10 am & 2 pm

Call 336-334-4392

http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?orgid=24297&group_id=546978&schedule=list

Tickets: $12 for adults and $9 for children/seniors/groups of 10 + on weekend performance dates and $6 for uncg students and weekday matinee groups

THE BOY WHO LOVED MONSTERS...

Left alone at the dinner table to finish the remains of his meal (a single, enormous pea), 8-year-old Evan wishes he had a real live monster to eat his peas and play with him. When a real live monster actually arrives, life is turned upside down for Evan and his family in this hilarious and heartfelt comedy. The monster, named Pea, immediately befriends Evan and his little sister, Sue. Pea helps clean, spies on the parents, acts out stories about princesses and space aliens and even takes Evan and Sue to visit Monster World—but the children have to keep talking the monster out of eating their parents! When Pea hides under the table during breakfast—and steals pancakes from people's plates—the distracted, technology-addicted parents finally discover the monster under the table. The family has to decide whether to send the monster back to Monster World or accept it as a member of their family.

June 18, 19 25 & 26 at 10 am & 1 pm

June 20 & 27 at 10 am & 2 pm

Call 336-334-4392

http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?orgid=24297&group_id=546978&schedule=list

Tickets: $12 for adults and $9 for children/seniors/groups of 10 + on weekend performance dates and $6 for uncg students and weekday matinee groups