[caption id="attachment_32704" align="alignleft" width="280"]<img class="size-full wp-image-32704" src="https:\/\/mountainmedianews.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/13\/2018\/05\/Friday-night-alive-trillium-pic.jpg" alt="" width="280" height="280" \/> Kelsea Hower will perform at Friday Night ALIVE! on May 18.[\/caption]\r\n<h1>Theatre, dance, and music are all part of Trillium Performing Arts family-friendly showcase of talent from throughout the Greenbrier Valley.<\/h1>\r\nFriday Night Alive! presents on May 18 at 7 p.m. in the Lewis Theatre, 865 Court Street North, in historic downtown Lewisburg. Admission is just $6 per adult and $3 for full time students and AmeriCorps volunteers.\r\n\r\n\u201cMusic is the one thing that might be able to bring the world together because it is truly the universal language. I\u2019m just trying to spread the joy, spread the love,\u201d says Americana musician Don Steck, who will perform at this event. The musical duo of Tate McMillion and Jim Garner plan to both play acoustic guitars and may have some friends join them on stage for an electric finale.\r\n\r\nKelsea Hower returns to the area after her recent honors graduation from WVU. A TPY alum, she pursued dance and photography in Morgantown. Current TPY member Alex DeGraff is to perform a solo that she choreographed for the Showcase.\r\n\r\nStoryteller Elizabeth Spangler will educate and entertain us with tales of Paul Bunyan\u2019s days in the hills of West Virginia. Author and photographer Ellen Broudy has a tale to tell about her trip to view the total eclipse.\r\n\r\nAdditional performers are not confirmed as of press date. For updates look on TrilliumPerformingArts.org under events or on Trillium\u2019s Facebook page, or call 304-645-3003.