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Join us in the Myre River Room on Friday, February 22nd from 5p-7p prior to the Scotty McCreery concert.  There will be live music by Leight July.  This is open to the public and a cash bar will be available. Dinner provided by Mellow Mushroom can be purchased in advance by February 20th. The price is $15/person and includes 2 large pizza slices, salad, and dessert. Tickets to the Scotty McCreery concert are not required to attend the Pre-Tuning event. Click to purchase dinner and/or concert tickets HERE.  Event is sponsored by Purple Toad Winery.
Share your love of the arts with a gift certificate to the Carson Center! Gift Certificates are available in any denomination and are valid for any performances ticketed by the Carson Center.  Click to Purchase a Gift Certificate Online. 
Now On-Sale - Broadway Workshop at the Carson CenterJune 10-14, 2019CLICK TO FOR MORE INFORMATIONThis Holiday Season, give the gift of Broadway Workshop!  Broadway Workshop, New York's Best Training for Young Actors, is a 5-day musical theatre intensive directed by Marc Tumminelli, owner of Broadway Workshop NYC.  Marc and a team of teaching professionals who have worked on Broadway and/or Broadway tours, will work with students ages 9-18 and of all levels of talent to help them advance their vocal, acting, and dance technique!  Past teachers include Jason Gotay (Bring... Read more...
Children need to read to succeed.  Please support Page-to-Stage at The Carson Center (Luther F. Carson Four Rivers Center) through #GivingTuesday on November 27.“If you don't read, you can't imagine and if you can't imagine, you can't dream.” – Carson Center Patron, Melanie Nunn.An important key to teaching children is engaging their attention and imagination – and facilitating their wonder, curiosity, and interests. As a nonprofit performing arts center, The Carson Center encourages children to become... Read more...
The Carson Center will be closed starting at 3:00pm on Wednesday, November 21 and reopen on Monday, November 26 at 8:00am. The Box Office will will reopen at 10:00am. Tickets can be purchased online. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your families. 
During these November shows, we will collect toothpaste and toothbrushes for Family Service Society’s Holiday Baskets.
There is still time to buy great seats and save by becoming a Broadway Series Subscriber. Deadline is November 1. Subscriber seats are still available on the Main Floor and 1st Balcony. Be guaranteed the same seats for White Christmas, Kinky Boots, Finding Neverland, Something Rotten, and Rock of Ages. Spend $361.99 (includes taxes & fees) for 1 subscription to all 5 shows or $92.22 (includes taxes & fees) for 1 ticket to White Christmas on the Main Floor. Click to Subscribe. 
This holiday season, on December 1, join us at the Carson Center as we present Kids' Holiday STEAM* Camp and Christmas Science Showcase featuring Jason Lindsey, aka "Mr. Science," of Hooked on Science.(*STEAM- Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math).  Camp will be from 10am-4pm.Kids' Holiday STEAM Camp will engage students in grade 3-5 in 6 hours of spectacular holiday-themed science experiments and activities that are sure to get them excited about the holidays and science.  Participants will:• Engineer static electricity ornaments• Create an... Read more...
Don't miss Francesca Battistelli with special guests, Stars Go Dim, on Thursday, October 18 at 6:30pm. Tickets are $22, $20, $18 + fees. Click for Tickets.Inspired by legendary jazz greats and current contemporaries, singer/songwriter FRANCESCA BATTISTELLI set out to write pop, soul-infused music that would motivate and encourage listeners of any age. Her exposure to the arts began at a young age with her interest and involvement in theatre, music, and dance, and at 15, Francesca began writing and performing her own songs.  With 1.9 million units sold, a Grammy Award (4 total... Read more...
Celebrate the 200th anniversary of this classic on Sunday, October 21.  All tickets are $18 + fees. Click for Tickets. Written in 1818 by Mary Shelley, FRANKENSTEIN: The Modern Prometheus is the first true science fiction novel. Years ahead of its time, the story has inspired countless film and stage adaptations. The character Frankenstein is a living, breathing, gruesome outcome of scientific discovery. The piece raises an important question about innovation- just because it can be done, should it be done?  In the story, Victor Frankenstein is a Swiss scientist with a mission to... Read more...
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