Great Lakes Center For The Arts
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2018 Premiere Summer Season Events

Theater seating diagrams

Meet the Box Office Manager

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Patrons can create their own packages of 4-13 shows. Use the buttons below to get started:

    

Single tickets for 2018 Premiere Summer Season events go on sale March 1, 2018. 

FILLABLE SUBSCRIPTION ORDER FORM 

2018 Fillable Subscription Order Form
(note: The form is not self-calculating and the Full Subscription is no longer available)

If you prefer to download the subscription order form, you will need to complete it electronically or fill in by hand, and either mail, email or fax back to the GLCFA offices with payment. Call 231.439.2610 with questions or email tickets@greatlakescfa.org

Fax: 231.439.2660

Theater seating diagrams

LOWER LEVEL

Click here for PDF of Lower Level 

 

UPPER LEVEL

Click here for PDF of Upper Level

Upper Level seats are all Box Seats

 

Meet the Box Office Manager

A classical singer and former Petoskey enrichment and middle school teacher, Heather Russell has joined the Great Lakes Center for the Arts staff and is serving in a number of important roles, including as Education Director, Office Manager and Box Office Manager.

When patrons contact the Center in the weeks ahead for subscription orders, event questions and in 2018 during single ticket sales, Ms. Russell will be the point of contact.

“Joining the staff at the Center blends my favorite worlds – the performing arts and education of youth in the arts in the Northern Michigan area,” said Ms. Russell. “Being raised with an appreciation of and a lifelong passion for the arts, and having spent 27 years as an educator at the Petoskey Public Schools, I know it is essential that today’s children, as well as adults, have exposure to a variety of musical genres and opportunities to express themselves through the fine arts.”

During her time in the public schools, Ms. Russell also served as the Enrichment Coordinator, where she developed programming yearly for 150 gifted and talented students in grades 6-8. She also started a FIRST Robotics program to encourage students to pursue their education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics and led the team to the World Championship in its first season in 2011. Additionally, Ms. Russell was the founding director of the Little Traverse Youth Choir which toured throughout Michigan, New York, and Canada under the auspices of Voices Without Borders and hosts an international choir and dance festival annually.

“Heather brings extraordinary background and experience to the Center. As we move into the education component of the Center’s mission, she is a key resource for how we can best reach and inspire youth and support teachers in that objective,” said Jill O’Neill, the Center’s Executive Director. “She is working closely with the Education and Programming Committee and its chair, David Crouse, to develop programs that will have wide-reaching impact.”

 

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