PRESENTED AT TWO GREAT VENUES!
Sunday, April 15, 2018 | 2:00 PM
Kent State University
Monday, April 16, 2018 | 7:30 PM
The Breen Center for Performing Arts
Think back to the moment when you knew for certain that you had grown up. It takes Joseph Taylor, Jr.—the soul-searching main character in Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Allegro—until he is 35 to get there. “Allegro” is a musical term meaning “lively,” and it’s a good word to describe his journey: one that leads Joe from his birth in small-town America to the big city and back again to his roots. This 1947 show is rarely performed, but in 2016 it was revived with great success in London. If you’re a fan of Rodgers & Hammerstein, you won’t want to miss their trailblazing musical play—the team’s third Broadway collaboration following Oklahoma! and Carousel.
Directed by Terri Kent | Music direction by Nancy Maier | New arrangements by Ty Alan Emerson | Feauturing members of Kent State University’s Musical Theatre Program | Co-produced with KSU | Support for this concert provided by Joyce Glickman
General: $18 | Seniors/TMTP Members: $14
Tickets available through KSU Box Office after September 11, 2017
To purchase tickets by phone, call 330-672-2787
For more information or to purchase online, visit www.Kent.edu/theatredance
General: $30 | TMTP Members: $25
Tickets available 24 hours a day through Brown Paper Tickets
To purchase tickets by phone, call Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006
To purchase tickets online, visit www.MusicalTheaterProject.org
The performance will begin with a brief multi-media presentation by Bill Rudman, Terri Kent, and Nancy Maier.