Performing Arts Series:
For the past 30 years, the Tubac Center of the Arts has presented live performances with some of the finest musicians and actors in Arizona and beyond. We have heard string quartets, bluegrass bands, steel bands, hot jazz, improv comedy, theatre performances, Western bands, a world-renown balalaikist, and even a magic act.
The performances are held in the Center’s beautiful and intimate gallery, a venue that encourages artist and audience to interact in a way that gives a whole new dynamic to a live performance.
The energetic and knowledgeable Tubac audience turns each performance into a community party with classy entertainment. We like to think the Series makes a real contribution to the quality of life in our village. The audiences have fun, enjoy a glass of wine, see a great show – and every performer wants to come to perform again!
2017 Summer Concert
Mark Mulligan deported himself to Mexico 24 years ago, ditching his gold Century 21 Real Estate jacket for flip flops and a guitar. 13 albums and 4 kids later, he calls the Sea of Cortez home, living south of the border in beautiful San Carlos, Sonora.
His songs paint pictures of the sunshine, sailboats, and sandy beaches.
$25 for members; $30 for adults. Cabaret style at TCA. Boxed dinners available for preorder. Doors open at 5:30; Concert starts at 6 pm.
Click HERE to register online.
2017-2018 PERFORMING ARTS SERIES
November 18, 2017, Manhattan Dolls
Swing style female vocal trio with the sound of the Andrews sisters.
January 26, 2018, Brad Richter
Classical guitarist – compared to Liszt and Paganini.
February 2, 2018, Val Vigoda
Singer and electric violinist.
* February 23, 2018, “ART,” a Tubac Civic Theatre Production:
3 member cast, directed by Jerry Hoyle & produced by Polly Schlitz.
NOT included in season subscription
* February 25, 2018, “ART,” a Tubac Civic Theatre Production:
Civic Theater – 3 member cast, directed by Jerry Hoyle & produced by Polly Schlitz.
NOT included in the season subscription.
March 9, 2018, TSO Brass Quintet
Two trumpets, French horn, trombone and tuba
March 23, 2018, Wildcat Jazz
Wildcat Jazz has gained global recognition with their free-wheeling mix of well-known jazz favorites, tongue-in-cheek originals, and Dixieland staples.
Visit the EVENTS CALENDAR for more information on each performance.
FULL SEASON SUBSCRIPTION: $120 member price; nonmember price of $160.
INDIVIDUAL TICKETS: $30 members/$35 nonmembers
*Performances NOT included in the subscription series.
The 2017-2018 Performing Arts Series is sponsored by the
Greater Green Valley Community Foundation.