Due to the covid-19 outbreak across the country, the CFA has been mandated to cancel the Everly Brothers show on March 27th. While we are disappointed to cancel the performance, the safety of our patrons and staff must come first. We will try and re-schedule the concert for next season, but full refunds will be given as soon as the theatre re-opens sometime in April. Please follow these guidelines for ticket refunds:
- Online ticket sales will be refunded back to your credit card. This will be done by seat yourself, the vendor that you purchased the tickets from.
- Cash or refund checks will be available at our box office once the Pasco County School Board allows us to return to work.
The theatre office is closed, but please check our web site for any updates regarding this process. Thank you in advance for your patience as this process may take some time.
‘Voice’ Sensation from Hudson to Share Love of Music
Rick D’Onofrio, managing director at Pasco Schools Center for the Arts at River Ridge, is fond of quoting Albert Einstein that “the arts are contagious, pass them on.” Shalyah Fearing, the 16-year-old Hudson girl, proved just how contagious the arts can be this spring. She attracted many fans as she went far this spring as a contestant on the NBC-TV singing competition show “The Voice.”
After a taste of fame, Shalyah has been spreading her love of music among her many Pasco devotees at area venues, including four songs with the FearingStar band at the African American Club of Pasco’s 2016 Juneteenth party.
Now Shalyah will be a special gues at Talent Showcase, to be presented Saturday, Sept. 10, at the Center for the Arts at River Ridge, at River Ridge High School, 11646 Town Center Road.
School Matters: February 11, 2016
View our featured advertisement within Pasco County’s District School Boards newsletter! The latest School Matters newsletter features exciting subjects from the Superintendents message, to Pasco PLACE Souper Bowl Challenge Food Drive, to our sponsored ad for Always… Patsy Cline.