Cypress Creek FACE announces 2017-18 Season

Cypress Creek FACE is proud to announce their 21st season will feature Just Imagine… The John Lennon Experience, Jackie Evancho, The 5 Browns and more.

“We are excited to announce our 21st season will feature 25 concerts from the Free Children’s Series to the popular Star-Lit! Series concerts. We will offer two summer strings camps and continue our partnership with Klein ISD to provide an Art Day field trip for all 3rd graders in the district. We look forward to providing northwest Houston residents wonderful entertainment options close to home,” said Nanci Decker, Cypress Creek FACE Executive Director.

Just Imagine…The John Lennon Experience will open the season on September 30, 2017. America’s Got Talent star and worldwide sensation Jackie Evancho will perform at The Centrum on November 4, 2017. John Mueller’s Winter Dance Party will kick off the New Year with a re-creation of Buddy Holly’s last tour in 1959. The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra will present “A Salute to Frank Sinatra” on February 3, 2018. Ireland’s own, The Celtic Tenors, will usher in St. Patrick’s Day on March 10, 2018. On April 14, 2018, The 5 Browns will return to The Centrum with their amazing five Steinway pianos. The season ends with Rodney Marsalis’ Philadelphia Big Brass on May 19, 2018. Star-Lit! Series Season tickets for all seven concerts, starting at just $285, are now on sale.

With ten Tuesday afternoon concerts, starting in August, plus one Saturday evening, the Promenades Series will feature opera, pop, dance, brass, and more. Promenade Series season tickets are just $80 if purchased before August 1, 2016.

Chaparral Management will sponsor the Family Series this season. The series continues to feature family friendly artists everyone will enjoy. On October 21, 2017, Garry Krinsky will present his Toying with Science show; the Grammy® nominated Justin Roberts will perform on January 20, 2018; and Cirque-tacular, with their stunning aerial show, on April 21, 2018. Season tickets are available for as low as $30.

The Free Children’s Series will feature Houston Grand Opera’s “Hansel and Gretel”; Ensemble Theatre’s The Toys Take Over Christmas”; Impande Ye Africa will present “Sing Along Africa”; and Lucas Miller, the Singing Zoologist!

Season and individual tickets are now on sale. Call 281-440-4850 or visit for more information.




Community Center Forum Lecture Series

Dion Nissenbaum street-divided

COMING Monday, Nov 16th at 6:30 pm, Community Center Forum Lecture presents second in 2015-2016 Series Cypress Creek Christian Community Center 6823 Cypresswood Drive. Free event open to entire community.

Dion Nissenbaum is a national security reporter based in Washington for The Wall Street Journal. He covers the defense industry and the Pentagon. Previously, Mr. Nissenbaum was based in Kabul, Afghanistan as a senior correspondent for The Wall Street Journal. Before joining the paper, Mr. Nissenbaum served as a Middle East correspondent for McClatchy Newspapers and Knight Ridder Newspapers.

Mr. Nissenbaum released a new book on Sept. 22 called “A Street Divided: Stories from Jerusalem’s Alley of God.” In November, he will be travelling around the U.S. on a tour to promote the book. His stop in Houston will be hosted by the Cypress Creek Christian Community Center (6823 Cypresswood Dr., Spring, TX 77379) on Monday, November 16. Schedule for the evening is:

o   6:00  Meet and greet

o   6:30 Presentation and a reading from the book

o   7:30 Question and Answer Session

o   8:00 Book signing; light refreshments will be served.

The event is free and open to the entire community. It is the second in a new lecture series presenting authors who offer insight into timely current topics. The series is a service of the Cypress Creek Christian Community Center in participation with the Cypress Creek Christian Church. For more information, contact the Community Center at 281-376-7121.

You can read reviews of the book at these sites:

Free Children’s Series Performance – Saturday, December 6


ArtsPower presents “The Monster Who Ate My Peas”
10 a.m., Saturday, December 6, 2014
Free Children’s Series at The Centrum, 6823 Cypresswood Dr.

ArtsPower National Touring Theatre’s newest original musical theater production, bringing a fresh meaning to the well-known phrase “It’s not easy being green,” at least, if you’re a kid with a plateful of unwanted green peas.
FREE performance. No tickets issued.
Learn more about this show click here.

* Register to win Holiday Door Prizes!
* Just color the page in our program to enter a drawing for Free tickets to our BB&T Family Series concert, John Cassidy: Comedy, Magic & Really Weird Things with Balloons, on January 31, 2015!

For more info, call Cypress Creek FACE at 281-440-4850 or visit

Houston Museum of Natural Science ‘Discovery Dome’ at Cypress Creek Christian Community Center June 16th 2-5 pm

Barbara Bush Library brings HMNS Discovery Dome to Northwest Houston! Join us for this exciting adventure to be held at The Community Center discovering the wonders of Space! Tickets will be distributed 1 hour before the show at Barbara Bush Library. Limited to 50 children and adults each session. Participants have to be present to receive the ticket. A portable full-dome theater will surround and immerse children with a informative show about moon, planets, stars,meteors, and constellations.

P1 Drumline Celebrates 20 Years with May 18 Concert at LSC-CyFair

P1 Drumline Celebrates 20Years with May 18 Concert at LSC-CyFair

Cypress, Texas (May 7, 2014) Percussion One (P1), a high school drumline and percussion ensemble, is celebrating 20 years of entertaining millions with a May 18 concert at Lone Star College-CyFair.

Bring the family to enjoy a Sunday afternoon with these artists in residence at LSC-CyFair as they perform classical percussion, drumline, Stevie Wonder tunes, trash can pieces and a myriad of percussion acts.

The past 2013-2014 season included performances for five NFL Houston Texans home games, many Texas Bowl-related events and game, the Houston Symphony Orchestra, opening for international percussion artist, Colin Curry, Champions Forest Baptist Church’s “The Gift of Christmas” holiday production, the F.A.C.E. “Creekfest” Fall Celebration and the New Hope Church 25th anniversary celebration among many others.

Don’t miss a beat of current season’s 20th anniversary concert set at 4 p.m. in the Main Stage Theatre of the Center for the Arts building at 9191 Barker Cypress. For tickets and information, contact brenda.

For information on the Percussion One Foundation, P1 and P1-13 and more, go to

Chelsea Boisseau

Division Coordinator/Center for the Arts Coordinator

Division III – Arts, Humanities, Media & Technology

Lone Star College-CyFair

9191 Barker Cypress Road, TECH 123

Cypress, TX 77433

Phone: 281.290.3956

Email: chelsea.boisseau