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.

 

Ron Greene - (Blues/Pop/Rock)

August 15th - 7:30pm - $15

For the last decade Ron Greene has been a dynamic presence in the Northwest music scene, performing both as a soloist and with his band GRE3NE. Ron brings a musical blend of blues, pop, and groove oriented rock into his lyrical musings of life, love & the world we live in giving the audience a passionate, energetic, fun & emotionally charged performance. Greene has independently released two recordings, the full length Sketches (2008) and a blues inspired EP Wood & Wire (2013) and will be releasing a new full length recording this year.

Brad Richter & Viktor Uzur Concert

Friday October 3rd

General: $25 Seniors 62+, students: $20

Viktor Uzur and Brad Richter are each classical musicians of the highest caliber with successful international solo careers and intensive training from two of the world’s most lauded musical institutions: The Moscow Conservatory and The Royal College of Music respectively.

The Richter Uzur Duo may be unique in the way in which they combine classical, rock and folk music and themes into truly original new compositions as well as in the way in which they collaborate. Because they live almost 1,000 miles apart they do a great deal of composing over phone and internet and write parts separately, combining and re-developing them while on concert tours together. It is rare that two successful classical composers come together to co-write music of such distinction. The fun and friendship Viktor and Brad share in this partnership are obvious on stage and in their music.  

Kealoha Slam Poet Hawaii’s Poet Laureate

Fri Oct 24th 7:30pm

General: $15 Seniors 62+, students: $10

Kealoha is the first Poet Laureate of Hawaii. As an internationally acclaimed poet and storyteller, he has performed throughout the world -- from the White House to the `Iolani Palace, from Brazil to Switzerland. He is the first poet in Hawai`i's history to perform at a governor's inauguration, and in 2010 he was selected as a master artist for a National Endowment for the Arts program. In the 7 years that he has represented Hawai`i at the National Poetry Slam, he has performed on the finals stage 4 times, was ranked in the top ten of the nations best poets in 2007, and was honored as a "National Slam Legend" in 2010. Visit www.KealohaPoetry.com for more information.

Tears of Joy Puppet Theatre Presents “Raven Stories”

Saturday January 17th 2pm

Performance only : Adults $20 Seniors 62+: $15 Child $10

Performance & workshop (following performance) Adult $30 Senior $25 Child $20 

Tears of Joy Theatre presents an all new production based on that trickster of Native American lore, Raven. Like his cousin Coyote, Raven uses his wits and cunning to get what he wants. He may be sneaky but his tricks have given us the sun, fire, and more! Raven Stories is written by Shoshone-Bannock poet and storyteller Ed Edmo and features original music. 

TIEN HSIEH, Pianist

Friday November 21st, 2014 7:30pm

General $35 Students Seniors $30

As one reviewer from the San Francisco bay area recently quoted, "Serious, composed, tiny and full of music, Tien Hsieh lets her artistry on the piano express a warmth and freshness of ideas that surely none but a poet could explain". Another reviewer said she "...delivered electrifying performances of music of monumentally heroic difficulty. Works by Messiaen, Beethoven and finally Liszt's Rhapsodie Espagnole were breathtaking in their technical quality and interpretive maturity."Her Schumann Humoresque, Op. 20 was described as 'Grand, relentless, madness explained, love caught through fingertips and galloping hooves trailing off to pastoral dreams'.

Flying Mammals (Progressive Rock)

Friday November 22nd - 7:30pm

General $15 Students/Seniors 62+ $10 

Tears of Joy Theatre presents an all new production based on that trickster of Native American lore, Raven. Like his cousin Coyote, Raven uses his wits and cunning to get what he wants. He may be sneaky but his tricks have given us the sun, fire, and more! Raven Stories is written by Shoshone-Bannock poet and storyteller Ed Edmo and features original music. 

Tickets $15 adult/$10 student, senior 55+, & military. Doors Open 6:30pm.