Family Theater Series Takes a Musical Turn
Family Theater Series takes a turn from its usual comedic or dramatic
performances this month with a special show, custom created by The Wire
Pilots for the Library’s audiences. It includes storytelling, a wild vocal
number, and audience participation.
The Wire Pilots, a contemporary jazz trio, traverses many musical styles. Guitarist Dan Rubright composes infectious melodies that are sure to leave you humming and uplifted. Joining him on stage is electric/acoustic percussionist Ted Rubright and bassist Ric Vice. Guest appearances by student musicians from Grand Center Arts Academy are sure to add to the fun.
Based in St. Louis, the trio plays an eclectic mix of Rubright’s compositions along with more familiar covers. Call it jazz or fusion, this world-influenced music, flavored with funk and blues jams, is a real treat for kids of all ages.
March 15 Central Auditorium 2-3 p.m.
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