Northport Public School
104 S. Wing St., Northport, MI 49670
PURCHASE TICKETS (231) 386-5001, 10am-2pm M-F
To order individual tickets or season tickets, please call our office at 231.386.5001, Mon. - Fri., 10 AM to 2 PM.
The Village Voices
Conducted by Carol Bachmeyer
Saturday, June 25 at 8 PM
$15 adults - $5 students
SILVER SPONSORS Nicholas & Helen Sica
Join the Village Voices for a Grand Night of Singing. This Bach-to-Rock performance covers music from many genres: classical, Celtic, country, and more. You will hear the works of composers like Schubert, Copland, the Gershwins, and Bob Dylan; songs like “Side By Side,” “Mack the Knife,” and even “Don’t Be Cruel.” With music from Mozart to Michael Jackson, our goal is to leave you with a song in your heart.
Saturday, July 16 at 8 PM
$25 adults - $5 students
Marlis Mann & Tom Skinner
Colleen Cooper & Jes Asmussen
Larry Coppard & Susan Ager
Easling Construction Company
Easling Home Maintenance
Dick & Sherry Koenig
Northport Point Jazz Buffs
Hand-picked and under the direction of Maestro Kevin Rhodes, an ensemble from the Traverse Symphony Orchestra performs a selection of classical and chamber music for you, chosen just for this exclusive, one-time appearance at the NCAC. Come and bring your friends to what promises to be an unforgettable evening of beautiful music.
July 30, August 2, 4 and 6 at 8 PM
July 31 at 2 PM
August 7 at 2 PM
Adults $25/weekends $20/weekdays
Colleen Cooper & Jes Asmussen
Dick & Sherry Koenig
Jack & Janice Patrick
Leelanau Enterprise & Enterprise Printing
Janet Crane in memory of Robert Crane
Norv & Sharon Hall
Northport Lions Club
Northport Stor-All, LLC - Mike & Kathryn May, Owners
Ross & Evy Sussman
We're gonna have trouble — right here onstage as the NCAC presents the classic musical comedy The Music Man. This locally produced, cast, and accompanied show is certain to have you singing familiar tunes for days. "Seventy-six Trombones," "Till There Was You," and other beloved songs fill the six-time Tony award–winning show. This tale of the redemptive power of love is a family-friendly story to be shared with every generation.
Sunday, August 14 at 2 PM
$20 adults - $5 students
Sherwood Manufacturing Corporation
Mary Ann Meanwell
The Traverse City Dance Project unites top dancers, choreographers, and musicians for its 2016 season of new works and masterworks. Now in its fourth season, this thrilling company makes its debut NCAC performance this summer. The program includes four electrifying ballets and live music. Don't miss this broadly appealing, world class production.
Saturday, September 3 at 8 PM
Martinson Funeral Home
Ken & Ann Bloomquist
Ron & Marvel Jones
Judie Leece in memory of Curt Leece
John & Adele Cermak
Steve Gilbreath in memory of Lauran Gilbreath
Themie & Barbara Majoros
Don & Anita Myers
David & Rose Mary Schmidtke
Come join the whole community at our most popular concert of the season. Wrap up your summer with the rousing songs of America's Master of the March and a lively mix of concert band classics from other composers. As true today as when The Seattle Post Intelligencer reported in 1927, a Sousa concert is "a dramatic performance, a stirring lesson in patriotism, and a popular musical event, all on the same program."
Saturday, September 17 at 8 PM
$20 adults - $5 students k-college
Northport Students free
The nationally recognized Millennium Brass will perform their farewell concert here at the NCAC. Featuring Vince DiMartino on trumpet, Marty Erickson on tuba, Lisa Bontrager on French horn, and Rich Illman on trumpet, this talented group perform a variety of music from classical to jazz to pop.
October 7, 8, 14, 15 at 7 PM
October 9 and 16 at 2 PM
Bayshore Oil & Propane
Rick & Karen Cross
Robert & Mary Smart
Thirty-three years returning to the same cottage: The Dixie Swim Club introduces us to group of friends — whom we all already seem to know — who met in college and return every year to the same seaside cottage to renew their friendships and meddle in each other's lives. We follow these friends from their forties to their seventies, laughing, crying, and smiling all the way in our second community theatre offering of the season.
Sunday, December 11 at 3 PM
Northport Bay Boat Yard – Don & Rae Ellen Thyer
Fischer's Happy Hour Tavern
Thomas & Milliken Millwork, Inc.
Ty & Kathy Wessell
NCAC's gift to the community returns in our traditional combined Christmas Concert, featuring The Village Voices and The Northport Community Band. Many in the area consider this concert to be their official start to the holidays. Seasonal classicsfrom each group and a rousing sing-along are guaranteed to get you into the Christmas spirit.
February 3·4·10·11 cocktails 5:30 • seating 6:00
February 12 cocktails 3:30 • seating 4:00
Tickets - $50
Brought to you by Northport Community Arts Center with Tucker’s of Northport
Written by Marc caMoletti
Translated by beverly cross
Directed by Karen cross
It’s the 1960s, and swinging bachelor Bernard couldn’t be happier: a flat in Paris and three gorgeous stewardesses all engaged to him unbeknownst to each other. But Bernard’s perfect life gets bumpy when his friend Robert comes to stay and a new and speedier Boeing jet throws off all of his careful planning. A riotous French farce that recently enjoyed hit revivals in London and New York. Fasten your seat belts!