Center Stage- McIntyre Hall Performing Arts & Conference Center

Center Stage
McIntyre Hall Performing Arts & Conference Center Sept. 2015


McIntyre Hall is pleased to offer a Create Your Own Series (CYO) subscription, which gives you the freedom to pick all the shows that you want to see. Simply choose at least 4 events from this list – and SAVE!

The More You Choose – the More You Save!

4 or More Events – Save 10%

6 or More Events – Save 15%

8 or More Events – Save 20%

CYO tickets can be purchased beginning Tuesday, September, 1 at noon.

The following events are part of the 2015 – 2016 CYO Series:

McIntyre Hall Presents Events

– Girls Night Out: The Musical, Saturday, October 10

– Noah Guthrie, Friday, October 16

– Peter Mawanga & The Amaravi Movement, Friday, October 30

– The Boom Booms, Friday, November 20

– The Greatest Pirate Story Never Told, Sunday, November 22

– Aurelio, Saturday, January 30

– Turtle Island Quartet, Friday, February 12

– Lunasa, Friday, March 4

– A Man’s Requiem, SEOP Dance Company of South Korea, Friday, March 11

– Laney Jones & The Spirits, Friday, April 22

– Lacarno, Friday, May 6

Northwest Ballet Theater

– The Nutcracker, December 19 & 20

– Alice in Wonderland, May 14

Skagit Opera

– Hansel & Gretel, November 6, 8, 13 & 15

– Norma, April 8, 10, 15 & 17

Skagit Symphony

– Gala Concert, October 24

– Holiday Concert, December 12

– Family Concert, January 31

– Masterpiece Concert, March 12

– Classic Concert, May 7

Skagit Valley Chorale

– Heralding Christmas, December 11 & 13

– Celebrating in Song, April 30 & May 1

Theater Arts Guild

– Mary Poppins, March 18, 19, 20, 24, 25, 26, 27, 31 & April 1 & 2

CYO patrons are not guaranteed the same seat location for the events selected, but will receive the best seats available. You are welcome to purchase varying numbers of tickets to each event in your Create Your Own Series. CYO Series packages are NOT available for order online. Call the McIntyre Hall Box Office at 360.416.7727 ext.2 for additional information and to place your order.

 Thank You

2015 – 2016 Sponsors

McIntyre Hall values our community partners who join us in providing priceless experiences for audiences and artists. We are very grateful to the following agencies, foundations, organization, and businesses for their generosity and commitment to the inherent value of the performing arts and McIntyre Hall.

McIntyre Hall gratefully acknowledges the contributions of our 2015-2016 Season Sponsors, Friends of McIntyre Hall, and our many volunteers.

Thank you!

Skagit Valley College
Skagit Regional Public Facilities District
City of Mount Vernon
City of Burlington
Skagit County
Washington State Arts Commission
National Endowment for the Arts
Hampton Inn & Suites Burlington
Jerry Smith Kia of Burlington
Skagit Publishing
Skagit Community Foundation
Jersey Mike’s Subs
Land Title
Lisser & Associates
Whidbey Weekly
Cascadia Weekly
Northwest Public Radio
KAPS Country Radio
KBRC AM 1430 Classic Hits Radio
Friends of McIntyre Hall

If you are interested in being a sponsor partner, please call Liz Mangini at 360-416-6646 or

or Nida Tautvydas at

360-416-7622 or




The Box Office is open Noon to 4pm, Tuesday – Friday. Additionally, the Box Office is open at Noon until one half hour after curtain on the days of a ticketed event or performance. Regular priced tickets can be purchased online at any time.

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Welcome back! Hope you’ve had a great summer. We’ve been busy preparing for the 2015-2016 season, which opens with a Community Open House on September 17 from 4-7pm. We invite you to join us to learn about the exciting season ahead.
Check out the CYO Series Subscription discounts available to take advantage of great savings. This flexible subscription gives you the ability to pick four or more events  and save. See the
CYO options in the left-hand column.

Tickets go on sale September 1 at noon. The Box Office is open Noon to 4pm, Tuesday – Friday. Additionally, the Box Office is open at Noon until one half hour after curtain on the days of a ticketed event or performance. Regular priced tickets can be purchased online at any time. New this year, check out the improvements to online ticketing including special needs seating and ability to select seats online for most events.
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From all of us at McIntyre Hall – Thank you!

P.S. For more information about the events listed below, please check out our online brochure on the home page of our website:

Community Open House
McIntyre Hall Presents
September 17 | 4:00 – 7:00pm
Tickets: Free

Join us at the Community Open House to get a behind the scenes look at the Hall, see the artistic process with our community arts organizations, learn about our 2015-2016 discounts, and learn about our exciting programs for the season ahead. Visit with our community arts organizations, tour McIntyre Hall, and enjoy entertainment, refreshments, and giveaways.The Box Office will be open late for ticket purchases.
McIntyre Hall Presents

Community Open House 

Thursday, September 17

Join us to learn about the exciting Season ahead & get a behind the scenes look at the Hall.

Girls Night: The Musical
Saturday, October 10

Audiences can’t help but laugh, cry, and even find themselves singing and dancing! “Desperate Housewives meets Mamma Mia” ~ Applause Magazine

Noah Guthrie
Friday, October 16 

Known for his Glee debut in Season 6 and YouTube covers, Noah is excited to give fans a taste of his own music described as having a Pop/Americana sound with soul.

Peter Mawanga & The Amaravi Movement

Friday, October 30

Mawanga’s Afro-vibes is a modern African sound that is intrinsically Malawian.

Mistatim, Red Sky
Thursday, November 19

A coming of age story about the truest of friendships across cultural divides. Red Sky is Canada’s leading company of contemporary world indigenous performance in dance, theatre, and music.


The Boom Booms
Friday, November 20

Indie-soul Latin band from Vancouver, B.C, “Some of the tightest, smoothest, sexiest soul and funk produced in the city right now…” ~The Georgia Straight

The Brothers Four
Saturday, November 21

American folk singing group.


Greatest Pirate Story Never Told
Sunday, November 22

“Pirates of the Caribbean” meets “Whose line is it Anyway?” Meet and greet after the performance – take photos and get autographs. Recommended for swashbucklers 4-104.

Aurelio Martinez
Saturday, January 30

Garifuna and Caribbean rhythms.

Metales M5 Thursday
February 11

Mexico’s leading brass quintet.

Turtle Island Quartet
Friday, February 12

Fusing classical quartet esthetic with contemporary jazz.

Friday, March 4

“This is the hottest Irish acoustic group on the planet.” ~

The New York

A Man’s Requiem, SEOP Dance Company

Saturday, March 11

Approachable yet thought-provoking. “A Man’s Requiem” explores the powerful idea of a sinner’s judgment day through traditional and contemporary Korean dance.

Laney Jones & The Spirits

Friday, April 22
Laney’s live performance highlights her multi-instrumental prowess on banjo, ukulele, tenor guitar, and harmonica backed by her band the Spirits.


Friday, May 6

A groove heavy mix of Mexican Folk, Cuban Son, and Latin Soul.

We also offer Arts Alive! Workshops, Educational Programs and More!

Community Presentations 


Fidalgo Youth Symphony
Northwest Ballet Theater

Mount Vernon High School Choirs
Skagit Opera

Skagit Symphony

Skagit Valley Academy of Dance


Skagit Valley Chorale


Skagit Valley College Music Department


Theater Arts Guild



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