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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Don't forget: Tickets to "Broadway Comes to Greeneville" on sale now

Here's are some of last year's performers on the NPAC stage for 'Broadway Comes to Greeneville.'

 Just a quick reminder to everyone that the sixth annual “Broadway Comes to Greeneville” production is coming up Sunday, April 30, in Greeneville, Tennessee, and tickets are on sale now. The event raises awareness of Niswonger Children’s Hospital.

 

“Broadway Comes to Greeneville” takes place at Niswonger Performing Arts Center and features young talent from our region onstage with performers from Tony Award-winning Broadway shows. It’s an afternoon of song and dance unlike anything else you’ll see around here!

 

The Broadway-style show is a production of the Mountain States Foundation and presenting sponsor Consumer Credit Union. It features stars David Elder (“Guys and Dolls,” “42nd Street”), Gary Mauer (“The Phantom of the Opera,” “Les Miserables”), Elizabeth Southard (“The Phantom of the Opera,” “The Sound of Music”) and Emily Skinner (“Jekyll & Hyde,” “Billy Elliot,” “Side Show.”) Music will be provided by the Fred Goodwin Orchestra conducted by Michael Horsley.

 

Showtime is 3 p.m. on April 30 and tickets are $30 and $35. For tickets or more information about “Broadway Comes to Greeneville,” click here or contact Cookie McKinney at 423-431-1224.

 

If you enjoy great Broadway-style entertainment, don’t miss this show!