Trillium’s October installment of the renowned Friday Night Alive will take place on Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. on The Lewis Theatre stage. The show will feature a sneak preview from the upcoming fall concert as well as two other dance performances, a skit and three music acts.
Widely varying in style and genre, the performers are bound to satisfy no matter what your taste. “I am always fascinated with the eclectic mix of talent that shows up to perform,” said Larry Levine, host for this event.
Public Disturbance, a young rock band from Pocahontas County returns to FNA! and first timer Josie Martin will soften with a solo performance of original songs. Rounding out the music is father and son folk duo, Jeff and Hunter.
Dances will include a solo from former Trillium Performing Youth dancer and teacher Faith Hunt Levine, a talented group of young dancers: Katie Roper, Hannah Pence and Maggie Hower and Samara Michaelson will debut a piece from Trillium’s upcoming concert “Dance with Me,” Nov. 8-10.
Last but not least some of Trillium’s own will perform a comedy skit entitled, “Life at the Lewis.”
Tickets are $6 for adults, $3 for students and AmeriCorps members and free for children under six.
Trillium encourages artistic expression and creative opportunities through education, participation and performance. If you have a talent and would like to perform in a future Friday Night Alive! please contact Trillium via email at email@example.com or by phone at 304-645-3003. We also have many volunteer opportunities if the stage isn’t for you!