Living legends of gospel music, are an American treasure. Known for crossing multiple musical boundaries with their remarkable interpretations of everything from traditional gospel favorites to contemporary spiritual material, including songs by writers such as Prince and Tom Waits. They evoke the true spirit of the season! For ticket information call 488-5000 or visit firstname.lastname@example.org or http://events.dom.edu/blind-boys-alabama
It's not easy landing a major talent like Audra McDonald. Just ask Leslie Rodriguez, managing director of the Dominican Performing Arts Center. Every year, Rodriguez sits down with Dominican University President Donna Carroll to put together a "wish list" of possible performers for the annual early-March Trustee Benefit Concert and Gala, which traditionally features A-list performers from the world of music.
Dominican University's Performing Arts Center (DUPAC) has received a Community Bank of Oak Park and River Forest Best in Class Award from the Oak Park Area Arts Council (OPAAC) in recognition of the quality and breadth of its programming and the positive impact it has had on other local arts organizations.
Easy to get to, just 20 minutes west of Chicago's Loop, DUPAC features two halls, Lund Auditorium (with less than 1,200 seats) and Martin Recital Hall (an intimate 180-seating setting), with superb acoustics, ideal sight lines, and ample, free parking. The Performing Arts Center presents concerts, plays, lectures, and special events throughout the year and offers three distinct subscription series:
Concerts & Events
Theatre Arts Lab (staged by students and professionals)