The tradition lives on in the all-new value-packed and artfully crafted 2018-2019 Enrich Community Concert Series at the Niswonger Performing Arts Center presented by Unverferth Family Dentistry and Roger & Kay Okuley. Four performances have been carefully packaged together to make art and entertainment accessible, affordable and inspire wonder! Just look at what is coming.
UNDER THE STREETLAMP
Under The Streetlamp leads off Enrich with their celebration of classic hits of the American radio songbook from the 1950s through the 1970s featuring tight harmonies and slick dance moves that take audiences back to an era of sharkskin suits, flashy cars and martini shakers. Revisit a time when, on hot summer nights, people would gather under a streetlamp to sing from the heart in harmony with their friends. Under The Streetlamp, kicking off the Enrich Community Concert Series Saturday, September 29 at 7:30 PM.
ALL IS CALM: The Christmas Truce of 1914
Based on the true story of the Christmas truce of 1914, All is Calm will transport you to the western front during a time when the world was at war and the sound of artillery filled the air. December 25, 1914 would change all of that. Out of the violence would come silence, then a song. All is Calm tells a remarkable true story, told in the words and songs of the men who lived it - coming to the Niswonger Sunday, December 16th at 3:00 PM.
THE KING’S SINGERS
The world may have changed a lot in fifty years, but the tradition remains the same for the historic and exquisitely harmonious vocal group The King’s Singers. This 50 year anniversary tour celebrates the amazing musical heritage of The King’s Singers. Their goal: radiate the joy that singing brings and give life to audiences with their virtuosity and vision for the bright future of vocal music. See what they have in store Saturday, February 16 at 7:30 PM.
THE TEXAS TENORS: LET FREEDOM SING
Niswonger fans just cannot get enough of these guys. Returning once again to dazzle, impress, and amaze are the one and only Texas Tenors. This time around, the attendees are n for a very special treat. The Tenors will perform their nationally acclaimed patriotic show “Let Freedom Sing” and will invite local high school singers to join them onstage to perform the songs audiences know and love in ways they’ll never forget. Spirits will soar and hearts will be filled with pride as the Tenors celebrate freedom and honor those who sacrificed everything to make it possible. Celebrate America with the Texas Tenors Saturday, March 16th at 7:30 PM.
Along with Presenting Sponsors Unverferth Family Dentistry and Roger & Kay Okuley, Supporting Sponsors for Enrich Community Concert Series are Central Insurance, Eaton, E&R Trailer, First Financial Bancorp, Tisha Fast-State Farm Agent, Taylor Auto, and Van Wert County Hospital.
Members get first choice of seats! Buying windows for member groups are as follows:
Maestro ($200) sales begin Tuesday, February 20.
Principal ($100) sales begin Monday, February 26.
Musician ($50) sales begin Monday, March 5.
For more information regarding Memberships, please visit NPACVW.ORG
Immediate access parking is FREE at the Niswonger. Lots are located to the North and South of the venue. Handicap parking is available to the East of the facility immediately outside of the main entrance.
All areas of the Niswonger and certain seating areas are accessible by wheelchair. Please notify the Box Office (419-238-NPAC) at the time of ticket purchase so that a platform for companion seating is reserved. Please ask the ushers for assistance to be seated. All entrances from the parking lots have ramps and are at sidewalk level. A wheelchair-accessible elevator serves both levels of the Niswonger providing both the lower and upper lobby and auditorium. All restroom facilities offer handicap accessibility and a larger family restroom is available on the upper lobby level. There are a limited number of handicap accessible parking spaces available in the front of the facility and in both the North and South campus parking lots. These are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. The Niswonger also has assisted listening devices provided by the Van Wert Service Club. Please contact the Box Office for details: 419-238-NPAC.
Alert the Facilities Manager of any special considerations. The Niswonger Staff is ready to assist with entry to and from the show. Please contact the Box Office in advance at 419-238-6722 or [email protected].
Advanced event ticketing, a 10% discount and a driver comp ticket are available for groups of 10 or more. Arrangements must be made through Jerry Beard, Box Office Manager, 419-238-6722 or [email protected]cvw.org.
Electronic Devices & Camera Policy
Please or silence all electronic devices when the house lights go down for the performance. We welcome you to access social media to share your experience during intermission or after the performance. The use of cameras, audio recording devices and video recording devices is prohibited at performances at the INB PAC. The use of professional lenses and flash photography is strictly prohibited. Flash photography may distract the performer and cause injury.
There are no age restrictions for this family show. Children three and under are granted admission without a ticket so long as they are held by an adult ticket-holder. The VWAPAF reserves the right to preclude the attendance of children under the age of 5 years determined by the nature of the performance. Guardians will be asked to remove their child/children if they cause disruptions for other ticket-holders during a performance.