Brown Grand Tour
Go to the Gallery Page to see more cool videos
A Glance of what's coming to The Brown Grand
4th - Fireside Collective with Deliberate Kin 7pm
8th - Bob Hope Show 7pm
15th - TFC 7pm
21st - CARES Graduation 5:30pm
24th thru 28th - LOVEWELL Drama Camp
29th - MONKEY BUSINESS 7pm
5th - Freedom Celebration with the 312th Army Band 7pm (FREE SHOW!!)
6th - Kaw Creek 7pm
20th - TFC 7pm
9th - CARES 5:30pm
16th - Seventh Day Slumber 7pm
17th - TFC 7pm
24th - Rattle and Hum KC 7pm
28th - One For The Foxes 1pm Celtic Dance Workshop, 7pm Musical Performance
One for the Foxes present a fun and exciting, interactive dance workshop centered around the social dances of Ireland and also the percussive step-dancing styles of Ireland and Cape Breton, Canada.
Irish dancing has many strands and has evolved into a highly technical dance form. Although influenced by competition culture and the phenomenon that is "Riverdance", it has also to this day maintained its social qualities off the stage. Irish Céilí dancing, specifically, is a form of group dancing that has its origins in the French quadrilles and has adapted over time to be accompanied by traditional Irish music.
One for the Foxes will introduce students to the céilí dancing of Ireland, incorporating some of the history of the dances, touching on related dance styles, and demonstrating the close relationship between Irish music and Irish dance.
Dave Curley has over 25 years of dance experience, placing 4th in the World Irish Dancing Championships for group céilí dancing and 6th in the World Irish dancing championships in solo competition. For 12 years he performed as part of Galway-based dance show, “Siamsa na Gaillimhe”, and was an instructor of Irish dance at the Music and Dance Academy in State College, PA for 4 years.
7th - Ballet Wichita Presents Cinderella 7pm
14th - Bill Chrastil Show - Elvis 7pm
21st - TFC 7pm
28th - Great Society Singers 1pm
29th - Manhattan Short Film Festival 7pm
12th - Peacherine Silent Films 8pm
19th - TFC 7pm
25th - CARES 5:30pm
26th - Tim Burns' LFK Radio Hour 7pm
11th - Thomas Pandolfi Veterans Tribute 7pm
14th - CCA(*) 7pm
16th - TFC 7pm
19th & 20th - Jacob Marley's Christmas Carol 7pm
21st - TFC 7pm
(*) denotes Concordia Concert Association
CONNECT ON FACEBOOK
MISSION & VISION
The Brown Grand Theatre is a community-based historical theatre dedicated to enhancing cultural life in North Central
Kansas. The shared vision of the Brown Grand Theatre is to:
- Embrace a 21st century performance experience while preserving the historic theatre atmosphere.
- Promote active stewardship through fiscally sound management.
- Instill an appreciation of performing arts in all citizens of the community.
- Develop community presence through innovative, effective and beneficial collaborations.
- Advance the mission of the theater through marketing, publicity and awareness.
- Create opportunities for participation in all areas of the Brown Grand Theatre.