top of page

36th Annual Season 2022-2023

Kulaiwi September 19-23, 2022

Kulāiwi means “land of my ancestors.” With soaring vocals, island harmonies and a folk vibe, along with an easy-going charisma and witty banter, they are committed to telling the stories of Hawai’i – the land and the people – from their Indigenous points-of-view. Their prodigious talents as lyricists and composers create music imbued with Hawaiian values and ways of seeing and living in the world. Both their original songs and their selections of Hawaiian classics are inspired by diverse musical styles and reflect their passionate commitment to their islands


Puppet Art Theater Company

Under the artistic direction of Art Grueneberger, Puppet Art Theater Company performs hundreds of live performances for family audiences every year. Their shows tour to theaters, festivals, and public events all over California. With a keen sense of humor and a flair for drama, Grueneberger is a master at developing marvelous puppet shows that delight audiences of all ages.

 February 6-10, 2023 Puppetry Performance

Public Show February 10, 2023 6PM

Lake Tahoe Community College Duke Theater


TJ Carter and Band

March 9 & 10, 2023  – Country Music

TJ will be playing with her producer and mentor Scott Neubert (guitars- Crystal Gayle, Trace Atkins and Hal Ketchum) as well as grammy nominated songwriter Eamon Mcloughlin (fiddle and mandolin- Josh Turner and resident Opry musician) "It is a dream come true to be able to come back to Tahoe to share and inspire students through musical art and education." (TJ Carter)

TJ CARTER (Facebook Cover) (Instagram Post (Square)).png

Caminos Flamencos:

March 27-31, 2023 

Traditional Music and Dance from Spain

Public Show March 31, 2023 6PM

Lake Tahoe Community College Duke Theater

Living Voices  

Postponed to Spring 2023 

Historical Theater/Video Presentation

bottom of page