THIS SUNDAY, Oct. 12 at the Lancaster Performing Arts Center, 3:00 PM

THIS SUNDAY, Oct. 12 at the Lancaster Performing Arts Center, 3:00 PM
Don’t miss the
WORLD PREMIERE of Theatricum Botanicum’s
new production of
by William Shakespeare

*** FRIENDS OF AVTP BONUS – Email or call 
Frank Weidner at 920-918-1706 to reserve your tickets for FREE instead of the normal price! ***
As You Like It tells the story of best friends Rosalind and Celia, who travel to the Forest of Arden in disguise to escape banishment, find love, and discover family. Accompanied by the clown Touchstone, As You Like It is one of Shakespeare most beloved comedies and is appropriate for all ages! Theatricum’s production sets the tale in post Civil War America, and enhances the story with classic American folk music and dance. Be prepared to laugh lots and leave smiling!
Sunday, October 12 at 3:00p.m. at the Lancaster Performing Arts Center
Join us for a catered reception after the show. Meet the cast, and enjoy free food!
Don’t miss this chance to sign up for our FAMILY ACTING CLASS – You and your family will train with our professional actors!

Family Acting Class

Saturday October 11 – November 15, 2014, 3:00-5:00 pm

at the Arbor Court Community Theater 858 West Jackman St, Lancaster CA 93534


Families work together to dance, sing, speak and act some of Shakespeare’s most enjoyable scenes. Be a fairy from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, a clown from As You Like It, or a witch from Macbeth. Moms, Dads, kids, Grandparents – everyone will join in the fun! Scenes are performed at the Community Festival on November 22!

Bring the whole family. Laugh, share joy, and learn with Theatricum Botanicum!


Lancaster Performing Arts Center

Dance Dimensions Friday, April 23, 2010, 8PM

Dance Dimensions is an eclectic compilation of dance that celebrates movement of the human form and brings together dancers and choreographers of all backgrounds into one amazing concert.

Fittingly, Dance Dimensions presentation of ‘Conquest’ will incorporate the many worlds of dance to typify the cross-cultural symbolism of this concept; including contemporary dance, African dance, hip-hop, tutting hip-hop, spiritual dance, jazz dance, tap, ballet, 40’s/50’s social dancing, and tango.

[Information taken from LPAC’s Website:]