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Posted on: September 13, 2021

2021-2022 Performing Arts Season on sale!

2021-2022 Performing Arts Season Announced!

2021-2022 Performing Arts Season Announced!

FAIRFIELD, OH – The Fairfield Community Arts Center is proud to announce the 2021-22 Season, featuring several distinct series highlighting the best in music, comedy, theatre and entertainment. All performances are at the Fairfield Community Arts Center. Tickets for all shows are on sale now. Buy tickets at 513-867-5348, www.fairfieldoh.gov/tickets or at the Fairfield Community Arts Center at 411 Wessel Drive in Fairfield, Ohio. 

The 2021-22 Season is sponsored in part by the Journal News, Courtyard by Marriott - Hamilton, and funded in part by a grant from the Ohio Arts Council.

The complete 2021-22 Season at the Fairfield Community Arts Center, by series:
Fairfield Signature Sessions,  $48 Orchestra, $45 Stadium*, all shows start at 8 p.m.

  • 7 Bridges: The Ultimate EAGLES Experience, Saturday, Jan. 22
    The world’s greatest Eagles tribute band! 7 Bridges stunningly re-creates the experience of an Eagles concert! Every show features one brilliant hit single after another with some mighty Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Glenn Frey solo surprises sprinkled into the mix. The perfect blend of songs to capture all levels of Eagles devotees.
  • Croce Plays Croce, Friday, April 1
    A.J. Croce is a multi-instrumentalist, roots-rock singer-songwriter, and son of the beloved artist Jim Croce. His performance features a complete set of classics by his father, some of his own tunes, and songs that influenced both him and his father. The show includes such timeless songs as Operator, You Don’t Mess Around with Jim, Workin’ At the Car Wash Blues, Rapid Roy (The Stock Car Boy), to name just a few.

Bourbon, Blues & Brews: Enjoy a selection of bourbon, cocktails or craft beer from featured distilleries and breweries. Cash bar opens at 7PM. Café area seats are at tables on stage with the performer. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres included.
 $32 Café, $30 Stadium*, doors open at 7 p.m., performance starts at 8 p.m.

  • Dudley Taft, Friday, Feb. 4
    Dudley Taft grew up in the American Midwest, where he learned the values of friendship, roots blues, rock ‘n’ roll, and a good ear of corn. With a background that includes Berklee College of Music as well as years touring with rock bands Sweet Water and Second Coming, Dudley is a thinking man’s blues rocker. There’s plenty of swagger here, but also the sensitivity of a thoughtful songwriter. In his music you’ll hear delta roots mingling with Seattle grunge, a southern twang with a high-octane crunch.

Wine, Women & Song: Cabaret-style performances with complimentary hors d’oeuvres.
 $32 Café, $30 Stadium*, doors open at 7 p.m., performance starts at 8 p.m. 

  • America’s Sweethearts, Friday, Oct. 15
    With selections from the Great American Songbook, classic Broadway, jazz, and pop tunes from the 1950s, America’s Sweethearts charm audiences of all ages while navigating their way through a variety of trios, duets, and solo features. Featuring songs such as Bei Mir Bist du Schoen, Straighten Up and Fly Right, and Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, it’s all with a slice of old-fashioned fun!

One Stage Series, $18 Adults, $16 Seniors or Students*, all shows start at 8 p.m.

  • Farewell Angelina, Saturday, Nov. 6
    Named after a haunting Bob Dylan song, Farewell Angelina is an all-female country group with three powerhouse vocalists, dynamic songwriters, and accomplished multi-instrumentalists. Their stellar blend of heart-stopping harmonies over blazing double violins and guitars has earned soaring praise across the board. Roughstock calls them a “Superstar act... with killer songs.” Rolling Stone says, “Wickedly smart songwriting delivered with a healthy dash of sass... deft playing... into one sonic knockout punch.”
  • The HillBenders present Who Grass, Saturday, Jan. 8
    A chronological journey of The Who’s legendary catalog through the wood and wire of bluegrass instrumentation. WhoGrass gives the audience a career spanning twist on one of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s greatest bands. From the early hits all the way through The Who’s discography and even a peek into Pete Townshend’s solo career, the rolling banjo, intense dobro percussion, and thunderous vocals will have even the biggest Who fan pumping their fist and singing along!
  • Robin Spielberg, Saturday, Feb. 12
    One of America’s most beloved pianist/composers with an impressive tour schedule and hundreds of thousands of recordings sold, this Steinway Artist has been winning the hearts of listeners around the world with her compelling melodies and sensitive piano technique. A prolific composer, her discography includes albums of original piano solos, arrangements of American standards, original pieces for piano/ensemble, recordings for the holidays, Americana melodies, and lullabies.
  • Tommy Ryman, Saturday, April 2
    A semifinalist on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, Ryman is an oddly-adorable stand-up who landed No. 2 on iTunes comedy charts for his album Having the Time of My Life. Named Best of the Midwest at Gilda’s Laugh Fest, he performs at top clubs, colleges, and festivals across the nation including the Great American Comedy Festival. Tommy’s act can be described as absurdist and clever masked behind an endearing, innocent demeanor. A Last Comic Standing judge raved, “I have never seen anything like [Tommy] before in my whole life, [he is] one-of-a-kind, fantastic!”

EnterAct Series, $17 Adults, $12 Children 12 and under*, all shows start at 7 p.m.

  • Jacqueline and the Beanstalk, Friday, Oct. 1
    Presented by TCT on Tour, a division of the Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati
    Written by Deondra Kamau Means. Inspired by Jack and the Beanstalk and The Story of Jack Spriggins and the Enchanted Bean
    Once upon a time, Jacqueline had a brother named Jack. The entire village thought Jack was so smart, strong and witty, but when the family ran out of money it was Jacqueline who used her brain to get them out of trouble. Follow Jackie up the beanstalk as she seizes opportunity and proves her worth.
  • Madcap Puppets’ Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Friday, Oct. 29
    The lanky schoolmaster, Ichabod Crane, can’t decide what’s worse in the glen of Sleepy Hollow, the headless horseman or the silliest of ghosts, the horseless headman. To complicate matters, Ichabod unwittingly vies with the local brute, Brom Bones, for the affections of Katrina Van Tassal. Ichabod endures a series of pranks and ghost stories, only to find himself on the ride of his life in this hilarious version of Washington Irving’s classic short story. Kids that come in costume will receive a special treat!
  • Mister C: Full STEAM Ahead LIVE! Air is Everywhere, Friday, Jan. 28
     Are you ready for some hair-raising science, toe-tapping music, and mind-blowing media? Mister C is no stranger to finding exciting and engaging ways to explore STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) in our everyday lives. Everyone will be singing, dancing, and learning to the tune of science as Mister C uses humor, media and the engineering design process to make the ordinary EXTRAordinary!

Visit the Fairfield Community Arts Center at fairfieldoh.gov/CAC for detailed information on all 2021-22 Season events.

*Pricing includes all applicable fees. 

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