Date: Monday, June 19, 2017
Plus, Dance Workshops on Saturday, June 17
Lucky Plush Productions is an ensemble dance-theater company based in Chicago, led by founder and artistic director Julia Rhoads. The company is committed to provoking and supporting an immediacy of presence—a palpable live-ness—shared by performers in real time with audiences. A unique hybrid of high-level dance and theater, Lucky Plush’s work is recognized for its layered choreography, nuanced dialogue, surprising humor, and socially relevant content. Lucky Plush Productions is the first and only dance company to receive the prestigious MacArthur Award for Creative and Effective Institutions, a recognition of the company’s exceptional creativity and impact.
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Date: Thursday, June 15, 2017
Memphis multi-instrumentalist Eric Lewis is arguably the most popular Tennessean on the Door County music scene, regularly packing houses on the peninsula (and across the country) with his red-hot guitar picking skills. On June 15, Lewis will take to the DCA stage to officially release his new album, “Before the Last Time.” He will be joined by some of his most talented Memphis and Nashville colleagues, including Paul Taylor, Robby Turner (who’s played with Waylon Jennings and Chris Stapleton), Rory Hoffman (who’s played with Kathy Mattea and Kacey Musgraves), and Leroy and Charles Hodges (who have accompanied Al Green, Ann Peebles, and Robert Cray).
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Date: Sunday, June 11, 2017
Houston native Robert Earl Keen has never worn his Texas heart on his sleeve, but he’s long been regarded as one of the Lone Star State’s finest singer-songwriters. From his humble beginnings on the Texas folk scene to his college friendship with Lyle Lovett (the pair wrote songs together at Texas A&M), Keen has blazed a peer-, critic-, and fan-lauded trail that’s earned him pioneer and living-legend status in the Americana music world. Three decades after the release of his debut album—with eighteen other records to his name and thousands of shows under his belt—Keen remains as committed as ever to his songwriting craft.