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         The Eissey Campus Theatre 2019 Season from page 11 Senior Softball Winter League

         voices alongside the rock & roll icon!  Together  2019 Opening Day
         a decade, they’ve wowed audiences as the four

         in  the studio,  they  finely  tuned  their “signature
         sound” to iconic Frank Sinatra hits, blending the     The 2019 Jupiter Senior Softball
         classic sounds of yesterday with today’s modern   Winter League, featuring a record 14
         style.  This discovery led to a cool new take on   teams, was inaugurated Jan. 7 with
         the American Songbook to the popular hits of pop,   an opening day ceremony attended
         rock, jazz, and doo wop!  This dynamic quartet feels   by more than 180 players.
         very fortunate to have worked alongside so many     Games are every Monday,
         of the artists they celebrate and when The Modern   Wednesday and Friday morning. A
         Gentlemen take the stage, they bring their charm,   total of 245 players are registered  2019 Winter League Opening Day
         high energy, and spot-on vocals with harmonic   for the 2018/19 season, an
         perfection!  Single tickets: $40 orchestra / $30   increase over the more than                    sponsoring the senior softball games since 1988 in
         balcony.                                        230 registered last year.                         cooperation with the Town of Jupiter Park and Recreation
                                                         Scott  Logan,  a  long-time                       Department. For information go to
         Family Fun Series                               player and former league                          jssa or call Gary Brodsky at (773) 575-5417.
                                                         commissioner, had the
         The Phantom Tollbooth, Saturday, Feb. 9 At 11 a.m.  honor of throwing out the
           An  original  stage  adaptation  of the  beloved   first pitch  in  a  ceremony
         classic by Norton Juster, with illustrations by Jules   between games  at Jupiter
         Feiffer. By special arrangement with Norton Juster   Community Park.
         and Jules Feiffer.                                Current League
           Milo, the boy “who didn’t know what to do with   Commissioner Gary Brodsky  Steve Zeisloft makes contact.
         himself,” drives his toy car through a mysterious   hailed the winter league
         tollbooth that appears in his bedroom and soon   opening as historic, saying: “Two hundred forty-five players
         finds himself on an eventful and dangerous quest   is a record breaker for us in our first year of trying out a third
         rescuing the Princesses Rhyme and Reason, who,   division to make sure every one 55 and over has a place to play
         in the war between words and numbers, have been   and have fun.” The softball program is open to anyone 55 years
         banished to the Castle in the Air. Milo travels   of age and over and new players are always welcome.
         through the Forest of Sight where he experiences     The Jupiter Senior Softball Association has been   Scott Logan tosses out the first pitch.
         different Points of View, accidentally leaps to
         the Island of Conclusions and travels through the                                         “Service is our number one priority”
         Mountains of Ignorance, where he must escape its
         Demons in order to save the Princesses. With the                                                       561-743-0070
         help of his steadfast companions, he perseveres
         and brings Rhyme and Reason home, restoring
         peace to the realm. Along the way something                                               
         magical happens to Milo; he discovers the delights
         of friendship, curiosity and knowledge, and that
         life — his own life — is filled with endless
         possibilities. Single tickets: $12.
         Madeline And The Bad Hat, Saturday, March
         16 At 11 a.m.
           ArtsPower’s  colorful  musical  captures  the
         blithe yet touching spirit of Ludwig Bemelmans’
         much loved Madeline series. This amusing tale
         traces the adventures of a young Parisian girl
         who – despite starting off on the wrong foot with
         a mischievous new neighbor – eventually learns
         that first impressions aren’t everything. Told with
         gentle humor, and featuring a beautiful musical                                                                            Expires 2/28/19.
         score, this amusing tale of enemies-become-friends
         will charm and entertain children and adults alike.                                                             State Licensed & Insured
         Single tickets: $15.                             Serving Palm Beach County                                    CPC # 1457468 • LPG#30099
         Golden Dragon Acrobats, Saturday, April 27 At
         11 a.m. And 1:30 p.m.
           The Golden Dragon Acrobats represent the best
         of a time-honored tradition that began more than 25
         centuries ago. The Golden Dragons are recognized       CAMPBELL AND KARLIK, P.A.
         throughout the United States and abroad as the
         premiere Chinese acrobatic touring company of                               ATTORNEYS AT LAW
         today.  The reputation of the company is solidly
         rooted in a commitment to the highest of production
         values and an attention to artistic details that is
         unparalleled in the art form.  World renowned                         Wills • Trusts • Estate Planning • Probate
         impresario Danny Chang and choreographer
         Angela Chang combine award-winning acrobatics,                          Taxation • Real Estate • Corporations
         traditional dance, spectacular costumes, ancient
         and contemporary music and theatrical techniques
         to present a show of breathtaking skill and
         spellbinding beauty.  Single tickets: $20.
         About The Theatre
           The acclaimed not-for-profit Eissey Theatre is
         committed to presenting the finest professional
         national and international touring artists located
         on  the  Palm Beach  Gardens campus  of  Palm
         Beach State College. For more information
         about the theatre’s upcoming shows, visit www. or call the box office at
         (561) 207-5900.
           The Eissey Theatre programs are funded, in
         part, by the Florida Department of State, Division
         of Cultural Affairs; the Cultural Council of Palm
         Beach County; Palm Beach County Commission;
         and the Tourist Development Council. The Duncan                                  Diane L. KarLiK
         Theatre and Palm Beach State College gratefully
         acknowledge these partners and funders for their
         support of our yearlong series of events.
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