The JACC in Post Falls is proud to offer theater performances, music concerts, book readings, opera, movies and dance performances. The Jacklin Arts and Cultural Center in Post Falls gathers local and international performers to bring the Inland Northwest a variety of art and culture. If you are looking for every type of theater in Coeur d’Alene, Spokane or Sandpoint, call The Jacklin Arts and Cultural Center in Post Falls to see what upcoming events we have for your enjoyment.
Keola Beamer with Moanalani Beamer (Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar)
Tuesday Mar 25
Keola Beamer has breathed new life into slack key guitar music yet stays true to its deep Hawaiian roots. He is a Hawaiian legend: singer-songwriter, composer, guitar master, with an impeccable, gorgeous style that is featured on The Descendants soundtrack and his 16 CDs. Keola was one of the first to use Hawaiian slack key techniques to create contemporary music that is also at home on jazz or classical stages. His wife Moanalani Beamer performs hula as well as chants and traditional Hawaiian instruments.
JACC Out of the Box Presents Koresh Dance Company at The KROC
Saturday April 12
Returning to JACC audiences once again in 2014; Koresh; renowned for their powerful stage presence and high-energy style, Philadelphia's Koresh Dance Company has been hailed as a vital force to both national and international stages. The technically superb and emotionally compelling company of 10 dancers, led by Artistic Director Roni Koresh, is defined by their openhearted approach that permeates both on and off stage.
All productions cost $20 regular and $15 for students/senior.
Productions begin at 7:30pm unless otherwise noted.
Painting Churches by Tina Howe-Directed by Heath Bingman; STARRING RON FORD, GAIL CORY BETZ, & KAT HEATH.
Thursday-Sunday Mar 06-Mar 09 at 7:30pm (Sunday at 2pm)
Thursday-Sunday Mar 13-Mar 16 at 7:30pm (Sunday at 2pm)
Gardner and Fanny Church are preparing to move out of their Beacon Hill house to their summer cottage on Cape Cod. Gardner, once a famous poet, now is retired. He slips in and out of senility as his wife Fanny valiantly tries to keep them both afloat. "A radiant, loving and zestfully humorous play . . . distinctly Chekhovian. Howe captures the same edgy surface of false hilarity, the same unutterable sadness beneath it, and the indomitable valor beneath both." – Time