Art Briefs: Disney’s High School Musical opens Friday at PHS

“High School Musical” will be performed the next two weekends at Princeton High School.
Performances will be presented in the Princeton High School Performing Arts Center.
There will be six performances: 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4; Saturday, Nov. 5; Friday, Nov. 11; Saturday, Nov. 12; and 2 p.m. matinees on Sunday, Nov. 6, and Sunday, Nov. 13.
Tickets cost $10 for premium seats and $6 for standard seating. Tickets are available in advance at Marv’s True Value and at the door prior to the performances.
The PHS performance comes on the 10-year anniversary of the 2006 Walt Disney movie of the same name.
Mayerchek to present vocal recital
Isaiah Mayerchak, Luther College senior from Princeton, Minnesota, will perform a voice recital at noon Saturday, Nov. 5, in the Noble Recital Hall of the Jenson-Noble Hall of Music on the Luther campus.
Mayerchak, the son of Richard and Mary Mayerchak of Princeton, is majoring in computer science and mathematics/statistics, and minoring in Spanish at Luther. He is a 2013 graduate of Princeton High School.
The recital includes Mayerchak singing works by Franz Schubert, Richard Strauss, Hugo Wolf, Tito Mattei, Jean-Baptiste Lully, Henri de Fontenailles, Roger Quilter, and Stephen Sondheim.
A reception will follow the recital. Both the recital and reception are open to the public.
Mayerchak is a student of Carol Kreuscher, Luther adjunct faculty in music. He will be accompanied by Mitchell Stevens, Luther senior, and his recital partner is Colin Eral, Luther senior.
Central Lakes hosts Ojibwe artist
In conjunction with American Indian Heritage Month, Central Lakes College will host the revered Ojibwe artist and author Cheryl Minnema for a Cultural Thursday event at noon, Nov. 3 in the Chalberg Theatre, CLC’s Brainerd campus. During the Cultural Thursday presentation, Minnema will share some of her photography, digital art and beadwork, in addition to talking about her inspirations.
Minnema will be available for a book signing after the presentation. For more information call 218-855-8183.