We can't let summer slip away without one final BANG
We have packed in an unstoppable line-up of talent and entertainment to close out the summer season. From Broadway performers, to swinging NOLA-inspired bands, September will certainly be something to remember at the SCA.
For your safety and so you may enjoy live entertainment, you must wear a mask when inside the Saugatuck Center for the Arts’ theater until further notice. If you don’t have a mask, we are happy to provide one.
As additional safety measures, the SCA has also installed an iWave air purification system and treated all hard and soft surfaces with MicrobeCare. You can read all about our full covid-related safety measures by clicking here.
The Big Red Show!
CABARET | September 4
We are thrilled to bring songstress Meghan “Big Red” Murphy to our outdoor stage for The Big Red Show! Meghan has taken the world by storm … come see what all the fuss is about during an evening of songs, stories, sexiness, and sass by the diva herself.
A razor-sharp wit with a stage presence full of old Hollywood glamour, Meghan will have you laughing, crying, and begging for more! From pop to jazz, blues to folk, soul to show tunes, Murphy sings ‘em all. Come on down for a brassy, bawdy, boozy good time!
OUTDOOR CONCERT | September 10
We’re closing out the summer with a party on our outdoor Plaza as the Kanola Band brings the good-time sounds of New Orleans to Saugatuck!
The Kanola Band brings together some of the most experienced, diverse musicians in the Midwest Jazz scene to pay tribute to the great music and heritage of the Big Easy. Put on your dancing shoes and get ready for groovin’ zydeco, traditional Dixieland, soulful funk and more.
Add food vendors plus craft beverages from our bar and get ready to let the good times roll!
The Best Bad Idea
CABARET | September 16
Michigan native and 6-time Mason Street alum Joe Carroll returns with his wife Alex for an incredible evening of music outside. Joe was last seen in Frozen on Broadway and Alex in Come From Away. Hang out with Joe and Alex as they share how they’ve made their relationship work through the ups and downs of show business.
From a budding college romance to seven Broadway productions and everything in between, The Best Bad Idea features pop favorites and iconic songs from their Broadway musicals while pulling back the curtain on what life is really like as married actors on The Great White Way.