'Family Ties' stars to bring 'Love Letters' to Batavia Fine Arts Centre Feb. 7

  • Michael Gross and Meredith Baxter, the parents in the 1980s sitcom "Family Ties," will perform in A.R. Gurney's classic "Love Letters" on Friday, Feb. 7, at the Batavia Fine Arts Centre.

    Michael Gross and Meredith Baxter, the parents in the 1980s sitcom "Family Ties," will perform in A.R. Gurney's classic "Love Letters" on Friday, Feb. 7, at the Batavia Fine Arts Centre. Courtesy of Batavia Fine Arts Centre

  • Carole's Kings, the world's first all-male Carole King tribute, is coming to the Batavia Fine Arts Centre on Friday, March 13.

    Carole's Kings, the world's first all-male Carole King tribute, is coming to the Batavia Fine Arts Centre on Friday, March 13. Courtesy of Carole's Kings

 
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Posted1/17/2020 8:11 PM

The Batavia Fine Arts Centre will present the classic "Love Letters" wtih Meredith Baxter and Michael Gross, the parents in the 1980s sitcom "Family Ties." The show will be 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 7, at the theater, 1201 Main St.

Celebrated playwright A.R. Gurney's enduring romance about first loves and second chances.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

"Love Letters" is the story of Andrew Makepeace Ladd III and Melissa Gardner, two young people from similar backgrounds who take very different paths in life. Despite leading lives which should not intersect, they can't let go of each other throughout their 50 year friendship, and marriages and families with other people.

Online tickets are $41 for orchestra, $35 for mezzanine and $30 for balcony. Tickets via phone or box office are $2 extra. For tickets, visit www.bataviafineartscentre.org/season/.

The season continues in March with "Carole's Kings" at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 13.

An iconic singer-songwriter gets a new sound in "Carole's Kings," the world's first all-male Carole King tribute. With lush orchestrations, witty banter, and a cast of three incredibly talented New York stage veterans (one of whom plays live piano throughout the show), "Carole's Kings" is a dynamic act jam-packed with chart-topping sensations such as "The Locomotion," "I Feel the Earth Move," "You've Got A Friend," and many more. Amazing vocals, hilarious comedy, and a flexible band size perfect for presenters of all budgets make "Carole's Kings" a unique experience that's fun for the whole family! Online tickets are $38 for orchestra, $33 for mezzanine and $30 for balcony. Tickets via phone or box office are $2 extra.

On Friday, June 19, enjoy an evening packed full of pop, rock and country classics in "Forever Young" at 7:30 p.m.

Starring five of the most talented guys you'll ever meet, Forever Young takes you back to the music of your youth, back to the moment you discovered what it meant to set the record down, push play and tune in!

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Set in a suburban basement, "Forever Young" is packed with powerhouse vocals, dynamite choreography and, most importantly, a story of five best friends who discover that a record player can truly change everything.

Online tickets are $35 for orchestra, $31 for mezzanine and $26 for balcony. Tickets via phone or box office are $2 extra.

Lobby doors open at 6:30 p.m. House doors open at 7 p.m. For tickets, visit www.bataviafineartscentre.org/season/.

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