Parker Arts announces 2022-23 season


Highlights include Berlin with Terri Nunn, The Sound of Music and The Clairvoyants

PARKER, col., August 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Parker Arts recently announced its highly anticipated 2022-2023 show season. The season includes concerts by a multi-platinum artist and the Academy of Country Music® Winner Sarah Evansrock and pop legends Berlin with Terri NunnNight Ranger and A Flock of Seagulls, legendary singer-songwriters Karla Bonoff and Lee Greenwoodand Emma® Winner John Tesh and his Big Band Live.

Like always, Parker Arts brings high-level musical theater to Parker, including performances by The Addams Family, The sound of musicand Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville Escape. Holiday classics also return to the stages of PACE Center & Schoolhouse, along with A Slightly Wicked Holiday Showfeaturing a cast of Broadway’s finest and a ghost dance crew, The silhouettes, from America’s Got Talent: The Champions. Families are also invited to a special screening of the film by Elf in the theater of the PACE Center.

“We’re thrilled to have such a great mix of acts this season,” said Parker Arts’ cultural director. Carrie Glassburn. “With so many different shows, from country and rock to shadow dancing and musical theatre, there really is something for everyone.”

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Check out the full season below:

  • Unexplored musical series: Carly Burrus
  • Berlin with Terri Nunn
  • Unexplored musical series: Marie Fahlformerly of October draft
  • Friday Night Jazz: an evening of Latin jazz
  • The Comedy Space
  • Catherine Dines by Hunk Ta Bunk Da
  • The experience of clairvoyants
  • night ranger
  • A very special evening with Karla Bonoff
  • Choir!Choir!Choir!
  • Parker Symphony Orchestra: Czech, please!
  • Friday Night Jazz: So goes the story with Robert Johnson
  • breaking school
  • The Rocket Man Show
  • Dry bar comedy
  • The Addams Family, the musical
  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show
  • Paddington is in trouble
  • BoDeans
  • Cheyenne Mountain Zoo ZOOMobile
  • Sarah Evans
  • Lee Greenwood
  • Uncharted Musical Series: Rapid Grass
  • The silhouettes
  • A Rocky Mountain Christmas
  • The Boy Band Project Holiday Edition
  • Holiday Movie: Elf
  • A Slightly Wicked Holiday Show
  • A classic Parker vacation
  • Nutcracker
  • The Sound of Music, the musical
  • The Penzance Pirates – Opera Colorado
  • The jungle Book
  • Uncharted Musical Series: Adam Ezra Group
  • Parker Symphony Orchestra: Shakespeare in Love
  • Friday night jazz: the music of Nat King Cole with Robert Johnson
  • Unexplored musical series: Griffin House
  • Justin Willman
  • Celtic steps
  • John Tesh
  • Friday Night Jazz: The Ladies of Jazz
  • Garrison Keillor tonight
  • farm animal
  • A Flock of Seagulls with Strangelove: The Depeche Mode Experience
  • Piano Battle (Paul Cibis and Andreas Kern)
  • Unexplored musical series: Meaghan Farrel
  • Parker Chorale: A Celebration of Rodgers and Hammerstein
  • Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, Not a good, very bad day
  • Then and Now: The Beatles Interactive Experience (Beatles Tribute)
  • KILLER? A photographic exploration (Amos Nachoum: Dispelling misconceptions)
  • Circus Kalabante: Africa in Circus
  • Parker Symphony Orchestra: Arabian Nights
  • At Jimmy Buffett Getaway to Margaritaville


PARKER ARTS encompasses the many installations and events that City of Parker The Cultural Department oversees, including a wide variety of local, regional, national and international, cultural, artistic, scientific and educational programs and rentals. PACE Center houses a 534-seat theater, art gallery, event hall, dance studio, culinary kitchen, and multiple classrooms. The historic school houses a cozy 200-seat theater, a small art gallery, a dance studio, and vintage classrooms. The century-old Ruth Memorial Chapel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is the perfect setting for small weddings, church groups, or quiet gatherings. For more information on Parker Artsvisit

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