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We've got a great line-up of entertainment scheduled for our 2014-2015 season, plus some other shows coming up. Don't miss out on Butler's only performing arts series. We'll see you at the theater!


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2014-2015 Performing Arts Events

Our 13th Season!

The Performing Arts Series at the Succop Theater is ready for its 13th year with 12 events in the line up!

This season, you can purchase an "All Series Season Pass" to get your reserved seat for all 12 events saving 25% off of the regular ticket price!

You can also purchase our Performing Arts Mini Series, the Pittsburgh Philharmonic Mini-Series, or the Local Artist Series.


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Upcoming Shows at the Succop Theater

Performing Artists Mini-Series

Beatlemania Magic

Saturday, September 20, 2014 @ 8pm

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Where were you on February 9, 1964? If you were like most of America that Sunday evening, you were in front of a television set tuned to the Ed Sullivan Show to see the sensational new group from Liverpool, England, The Beatles. Now 50 years later, Beatlemania Magic will take you right back to those days with a program of the Beatleís greatest songs, from the Ed Sullivan Show to Sargent Pepper and Abbey Road. If you missed seeing Beatlemania Magic the last time they appeared at the Succop, you donít want to miss them again!



Local Artists Mini-Series

Modern Nature

Sunday, September 28, 2014 @ 2 PM

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Modern Nature started in Butler with the collaboration of the husband and wife singing/songwriting team of Jeff and Alison Carey. The Careys combined Jeffís singer/songwriter approach with Alisonís classical piano training, adding later the accordion and flute and the Pittsburgh-based, well-versed talents of Grant Lankard on bass guitar. Since 2012, the sound compass has never rested in one direction for too long as Modern Nature tries to reach out in many directions of inspiration and creativity. Genres are not viewed as prescribed boundaries or constraints in songwriting and the band enjoys blending many sounds.


SRU Dance Theatre Concerts

SRU Faculty and Guest Artist Dance Concert

Sunday, October 5, 2014 @ 2 PM and 6:30 PM


SRU faculty and guest artists showcase their creative work in contemporary choreography, film and music. Tickets are $10 for general admission, $5 for students, children and seniors and may be purchased by calling 724-738-4926 or by cash one hour before show times.


Pittsburgh Philharmonic Mini-Series

Songs from Home

Friday, October 10, 2014 @ 8 PM

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The Philharmonic kicks off its 2014-15 season with a hometown connection. The program will feature the beautiful and powerful Dvorak Symphony # 9 "From the New World" in addition to Mozartís "Sinfonia Concertante" featuring Eunice Keem on violin and Amadna Grimm on Viola. The program comes home to Pittsburgh with a new work from local composer Mark Fromm, "The Frick Gates".


Greater Harmony Chorus

Saturday, October 25, 2014 @ 4:00pm


Greater Harmony Chorus is a chapter of Sweet Adelines International, a highly respected worldwide organization of women singers committed to advancing the musical art form of barbershop harmony through performance, competition, and education. Join them for their annual show, "Jukebox Saturday Night " where they will feature chorus quartets and wonderful songs you will know and love. To purchase tickets, please call 724-443-7391.

Local Artists Mini-Series

C Street Brass

Wednesday, November 5, 2014 @ 7:30pm

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C Street Brass began as a small project between five friends who are self- proclaimed as being, by coincidence, "the most handsome men ever to grace the earth." Equally as comfortable in the sound world of baroque music as they are playing electronic dance music, C Street Brass connects lovers of the arts from all walks of life around a unique and innovative concert experience. C-Street Brass has performed across the country as well as internationally in the Democratic Republic of Georgia and Qatar. Currently in residence at Carnegie Mellon University since 2012, C Street Brass is proud to now call Pittsburgh home.

Pittsburgh Philharmonic Mini-Series

Holiday Concert

Friday, December 12, 2014 @ 8 PM

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Once again, for the thirteenth time, the Pittsburgh Philharmonic will be on stage to perform an annual holiday concert. This yearís program will feature highlights from Tchaikovskyís timeless ballet The Nutcracker in addition to holiday favorites. Donít miss this annual event to kick off the holidays in style!


Trinity Jazz Orchestra Christmas Concert

Saturday, December 13, 2014 @ 7:30 PM

Featuring Adam Brock (Americal Idol semi-finalist in 2011), Tornado Big Band & the Butler Senior High Choir, Trinity Jazz Orchestra presents the Music for Medicine Christmas Show. All proceeds will benefit the Community Health Clinic of Butler County with is a 501 (c) charitable organization. Tickets are available at May's Music Store, Fudoli's, Community Health Clinic & Butler High School.

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Performing Artists Mini-Series

The Duquesne University Tamburitzans

Friday, February 13, 2015 @ 8 PM

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The longest running live stage show in America, the Duquesne University Tamburitzans is a non-profit organization composed solely of students who travel the country performing the songs, music and dance of Eastern Europe and neighboring countries. See the stage become a kaleidoscope of sight and sound with songs performed in many languages and dialects. The Tamburitzsns members come from all across the US, Canada and all the corners of the world and receive critical acclaim wherever they perform.


Local Artists Mini-Series

Robin Hasenpflug with Elizabeth Etter

Sunday, March 1, 2015 @ 2 PM

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Robin Hasenpflug, cellist, is enjoying a performance career on both sides of the Atlantic. Overseas, Robin participated in the 2014 Holter Music Festival based in Vittorio Veneto, Italy and has performed concerts with the Pfalztheater Opera Orchestra in Kaiserlslautern, Germany. She is presently the assistant principal cellist of the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra and performs with the Erie Philharmonic and the Wheeling Symphony Orchestra. Robin is the cello professor at Mercyhurst Universityís DíAngelo Department of Music She also maintains private teaching studios both in Erie and at home in Butler.


Pianist Dr. Elizabeth Etter has performed on many stages throughout the United States including the Chautauqua Institution, Cleveland Museum of Art, and Carnegie Music Hall. During the summers of 2012-2014 she participated in the Holter Chamber Music Festival in Italy. At the 2014 Holter Festival, she partnered with cellist, Robin Hasenpflug for concerts throughout northern Italy.


Pittsburgh Philharmonic Mini-Series

A Time to Shine

Friday, March 20, 2015 @ 8 PM

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This program will showcase the winners of both the Young Artist Concerto Competition and the Young Artist Composition Competition as they perform with the Philharmonic. And the orchestra will do some shining on its own performing Beethovenís ďFidelio OvertureĒ and the iconic Symphony #5. This will be a wonderful evening celebrating both the young and the traditional.


Performing Artists Mini-Series

Unsinkable Women

Friday, April 17, 2015 @ 8 PM

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Unsinkable Women offers vivid portrayals, punctuated with period songs from vaudeville numbers to Victor Herbertís "Toyland". Drawing wigs, costume and props from an authentic 1912 wardrobe truck while on stage, acclaimed actress Deborah Jean Templin transforms herself, shifting from character to character in full view of the audience. Based on actual diaries, letters and interviews, Unsinkable Women brings to life nine famous figures including Madeline Astor and Margaret Tobin Brown- the Unsinkable Molly" herself.


Local Artists Mini-Series

The Tornado Big Band

Thursday, April 30, 2015 @ 7:30 PM

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The Tornado Big Band, in its seventh year of performing jazz, latin, rock and classic big band songs, is made up entirely of students in grades 7 through 12 from the Senior, Intermediate, and Junior High Schools of the Butler Area School District. Led by music educator and founder, Jeff Kroner, this group is an extra-curricular activity with members selected through auditions by student musicians in the fall of each academic year. The Tornado Big Band has performed all around the Butler area for concerts and dances and has performed numerous times on the Succop Theater stage.



Performing Artists Mini-Series

The National Players To Kill a Mockingbird

Saturday, May 2, 2015 @ 8 PM

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Returning again this year to the Succop Theater is the nationís longest running touring theatre company performing To Kill a Mockingbird. Based on Harper Leeís Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, the story set in a sleepy, southern town is told through the eyes of six-year old Scout as she faces the joys of childhood innocence and the pains of growing up. Scoutís world includes her father Atticus, a defense attorney caught up in a racially biased case and the threat of a boogeyman. Donít miss this rare production of an outstanding story.


Pittsburgh Philharmonic Mini-Series

A Story to Tell

Friday, May 15, 2015 @ 8 PM

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Music often tells a story and the Romantic Era composers featured in this program have many tales to tell. Featuring works from Wagner, Liszt, Bizet and Faure, the Philharmonic will have you on the edge of your seat as they turn the musical pages of these exciting stories.


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Box Office:
Call 724.284.8505
toll free 888.826.2829 ext 8429


Contact The Succop Theater

Larry Stock
Theater Director
724.287.8711 ext. 8425



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