Cathy Rigby in Peter Pan
(© Craig Schwartz)
Cathy Rigby in Peter Pan
(© Craig Schwartz)
Performing Arts For Worth has announced the plans for Bass Performance Hall's 2012-2013 season, which will include several unique series.

The season's Broadway at the Bass series will kick off with Les Misérables (September 26-30), which will be followed by West Side Story (January 15-20), Memphis (February 12-17), Million Dollar Quartet (March 5-10), Cathy Rigby in Peter Pan (March 26-31), and Sister Act (June 18-23). In addition, The Midtown Men (December 1) will celebrate the music of the 60s, and Henson Alternative will present the uncensored puppet show Stuffed and Unstrung (April 9).

The Broadway Off Bass Series, which is presented at McDavid Studio will include the Reduced Shakespeare Company: The Ultimate Christmas Show (Abridged) (November 28-December 2), Late Nite Catechism Las Vegas: Sister Rolls the Dice! (March 20-24), Meredith Viera Productions Presents Life in a Marital Institution (20 Years of Monogamy in One Terrifying Hour) (June 26-30), and Dixie's Tupperware Party (April 30-May 5).

Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom (December 2) starring Peter Gros will open the Family Series at the Bass. Then, the Bass will present The Biscuit Brothers Live! (February 10) and The Ugly Duckling and The Tortoise and the Hare (June 30).

The BNSF Popular Entertainment Series' first offering will be 1964 The Tribute (August 3-4). Next, Tony Bennett (September 10) will present a concert. As the series continues, Bass will present Bill Engvall (September 23), Cirque Chinois (October 10), Ray Price and Don Williams (October 11), Good vs. Evil: An Evening with Anthony Bourdain and Eric Ripert (November 9), Michael Martin Murphey's Cowboy Christmas (December 10), Dave Koz and Friends Christmas 2012 (December 12), Robert Earl Keen (December 29), The Black Watch (February 19), and Lila Downs (April 10).

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