We are thrilled to have hosted you for our 11th season, as we entered into a new decade with the Forest Hills Fine Arts Center. Information for our next season of professional performances will be announced this summer.
While we think providing one-of-a-kind events and entertainment is important, we always have our mission in mind: enhancing the artistic growth and enjoyment of area youth, families and community members, while providing opportunities for students of Forest Hills Public Schools to experience the Arts.
We continually reflect on the incredible support we have received from our West Michigan community. Thank you to the many season partners, sponsors, community members, families, students, staff, and arts patrons that have continued to help us grow.
The Fine Arts Center's Professional Series
is funded through season ticket sales, sponsorships, and advertisers.
• Best seats in the house
• The ability to renew or upgrade seats each season
• An opportunity to purchase two additional tickets (while available) for each show prior to subscription sales to the public
• Five Year Club
• Lost ticket “insurance”
• The Crown Plaza Hotel is offering you a special discount for overnight accommodations to thank you for subscribing this year. Information will be sent with your season tickets.
• Restaurant reservations with Riverhouse Ada on the nights of shows
• Special event presales
The Happy Hatter, a community outreach program organized by local company, Integrated Architecture, aims to top young cancer patients with…Hats. Lots of Hats. The Happy Hatter is collecting creative cranium coverings – professional, collegiate and local sports team hats, character‐oriented beanies, crazy winter stocking caps, cowboy hats, bandanas, berets, newsboy caps, fedoras, and everything in between. Hats must be new with tags, unworn and not contain corporate advertising.
“We are so pleased that The Happy Hatter has selected
Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital as the recipient for these thoughtful
donations,” said Dr. James Fahner, Division Chief for Hematology and
Oncology at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital. “Our patients deeply appreciate
the West Michigan community’s generosity year‐round, and we thank those
who have donated time talent and resources.” Dr. Fahner also is a trustee
with the Forest Hills Public Schools Board of Education.
Hair loss in young cancer patients may start as soon
as 7 to 10 days after their cancer treatments. In many cases, all of
the child’s hair will fall out, not growing back until after treatment
becomes milder or eventually concludes. Children may have loss of hair
for up to a year or often longer. The hats collected will be given to
kids undergoing these emotionally and physically draining clinical treatments;
bringing hope, comfort—and a bit of warmth.
The Happy Hatter and
Forest Hills Fine Arts Center Needs Your Hats!
The Happy Hatter is collecting all forms of head toppers at several locations, one of them being the Forest Hills Fine Arts Center. This campaign is ending soon, so act quickly! Hat drop‐offs may be made during normal business hours.
For more information about this campaign, please
view the WXMI Fox 17 news feature: fox17online.com/Happy-Hatter-Hat-Drive.
Get printed information about upcoming performances, exhibits, and events at the Center. You will receive a copy of our season brochure every July as well postcards throughout the year about upcoming art exhibits. You also may receive emails about events at the center, unless you choose to receive printed materials only.
Arts Center Mailing List (Please
include your name, mailing address, and your preferred email address.)
Video Tour of the Fine Arts Center
Take the 5-minute video tour of the Fine Arts Center to see this amazing facility inside and out. You will need Quicktime media player software installed on your computer to view the movie, and many computers already have this software installed. If your computer needs this media player, click on the Quicktime icon below to download and install the appropriate software. The larger file sizes below offer the best viewing experience and each could take several minutes to download, depending on your Internet connection speed.
Dates: July 15, 16 and 17, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. Also a matinee at 3 p.m. on July 17.
Tickets: Tickets are available starting Monday, June 29 at the Fine Arts Center Box Office (in person ticket sales only) or online at Showtix4u.com. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students 18 and under. No senior citizen or group discounts available for these performances.
Broadway’s big musical hit Hairspray will get you
dancing to the beat this summer!
Follow the show’s protagonist, Tracy, as she achieves her dream of performing
on a TV dance show in 1960s Baltimore—and works to integrate the show
in the process.
Summer Stock is Forest Hills’ annual musical theater summer study program for ninth- through 12th-graders. Enjoy wonderful singing and dancing performed by our talented students!
Tickets are available starting Monday, June 29 at the Fine Arts Center Box Office (in person ticket sales only) or online at Showtix4u.com. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students 18 and under. No senior citizen or group discounts available for these performances.
Click the links below to view a detailed seating diagrams for reference in choosing seats for Fine Arts Center performances. Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to view and print this document. Click here to download Adobe Acrobat Reader if you need it.
Seating Diagram (PDF file, 316KB)
Balcony, Box, and Loge Seating Diagram (PDF file, 768KB)
Roll over the seating sections (1-9) below and see the corresponding view of the stage.
The Fine Arts Center staff can assist you in creating a sponsorship package unique to your company at an affordable cost. For more information, please contact Meg George at email@example.com or call her at 616.493.8965.