Northshore Performing Arts Foundation has announced its 2022-2023 season of performances and as usual it offers a wonderful mix of musical, political comedy and concert acts.
Kicking off the season Oct. 1 will be a Michael Jackson tribute "I am King," followed Oct. 8 by Capitol Comedy and Oct. 22 brings in the virtuoso harmonica of Lee Oskar and Friends. His blend of funk/jazz harmonica include such hits as “Low Rider,” “Spill the Wine,” “Cisco Kid.” You won't want to miss it!
At the same time NPAF announced its new managing director, Sean McClellan.
Sean is a theatre maker, community arts organizer, and creative placemaker from the Midwest who applies a therapeutic approach to his artistic practice.
With over ten years helping to build healthy communities through performance, he is committed to providing the Northshore community with experiences that increase their quality of life through the arts.
McClellan recently earned his MFA in Performance Creation from Moravian University in partnership with Touchstone Theatre in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and he holds a BA in Acting from Oakland University in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
As always we are looking for new Board Members.