- $12 for one ticket for main floor seating (up to $25.50 value)
- Click here to view the seating chart
- The Talent: In addition to being a Steinway Artist who’s released 17 albums of piano music and sold out Carnegie Hall, the remarkably gifted Spielberg is a founding member of the Atlantic Theater Company, a celebrity spokesperson for the American Music Therapy Association, and author of the memoir, Naked on the Bench
- The Praise: Bruce Bressack of HippoPress New Hampshire raves, “From the moment she walks on stage, until the last note gently caresses the room, Spielberg casts a spell on her audience that is palpable, visceral, and spiritual. Better said–after you see her perform, you’ll just feel a whole lot better about the world.”
- Where to Begin: go back to her 1993 debut album, Heal of the Hand, or jump ahead to her latest, Another Time, Another Place
Sheldon Theatre of Performing Arts
At the turn of the 20th century, Red Wing businessman Theodore B. Sheldon decided that a portion of his estate should be bestowed on his home city for the public benefit. Four years later in 1904, the opulent T. B. Sheldon Memorial Auditorium opened its doors to the era's traveling shows and Impressionist painters. Within 30 years, however, the stock market had crashed, the medium of film was growing, and the theater had to adapt. The Sheldon was converted into a cinema in 1936, and while it remained operational for the next few decades, its glory began to fade. Luckily, a group of concerned citizens stepped in, determined to return the venue to its original splendor. Today, the building has been fully restored to its 1904 design, although ghosts have been politely asked to leave.