From Daniel Tiger to Sesame Street Live! to Pete The Cat, the Community Arts Center is a place for all ages. Please join us for some of the best family entertainment in the Susquehanna River Valley.
The beauty of dance has a home at the CAC whether it’s the traditions of the Russian Ballet or the stunning visuals of Momix.
Jerry Seinfeld played the CAC. Lewis Black is a regular. If you want to laugh at some of the brightest folks in the business, the CAC is the place to be.
One of the things the Community Arts Center does best is music, all kinds of music. Charlie Daniels, Arlo Guthrie, Darlene Love, Peter Cincotti, Art Garfunkel, Buddy Guy and the Little River Band are some of the names that have graced our stage recently. Not to mention the fact that our inaugural season featured the great Aretha Franklin. From Christian to Country, from Bluegrass to Rock, you can find it at the CAC.
Once the Capitol Theatre, the CAC has always been the touring home of great productions whether it was the Three Stooges or the cast of Once. The best of Broadway comes to Williamsport through the CAC.
For a town its size, Williamsport is awash in musicians. From the Williamsport Symphony Orchestra to the fine music program at Lycoming College to the historic Repasz Band, sophisticated ensembles have a place at the CAC, not to mention those young upstarts who drop by like Black Violin or the Dallas String Quartet.
The Community Arts Center has been showing films since it opened as the Capitol Theatre in 1928 with Al Jolson’s The Singing Fool, one of the first talkies. We’ve come a long way but so has cinema.
Nothing says the holidays like a 20-foot tree in the inner lobby at the CAC. The holidays are a time of tradition at the Community Arts Center with the Nutcracker, Victorian Christmas, the Christmas Spectacular and loads of holiday concerts. Don’t miss the chance to celebrate in style.
Some things don’t fit easy categories. What would you call Cirque or the Drum Corps Associates. We call them Special Events and list them here. Sometimes the best things come without a genre.