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October 2014
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5280's Fall Theater Preview
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Eating Words

September 28 - October 2, 2014

A disenchanted free-lance fortune cookie writer is entrusted with an old, well-chewed ball-point pen. Mid-scribble, she is overtaken by the pen's magic powers and must find her way through a fantastic kingdom by seeking and wielding words as best and as bravely as she can. 

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A Night in New Orleans with the CJRO

Friday, October 10, 2014

Head down to NOLA with internationally renowned trumpeter Byron Stripling. Stripling is the artistic director of the Columbus Jazz Orchestra, leader of his own quartet, and constantly in demand to play with pops orchestras around the world. An extroverted performer who brings the audience into his music, the happiness that he exudes through his trumpet, his vocals and his words is reminiscent of Louis Armstrong, yet very much his own. 

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Guys & Dolls in Concert

October 22 - October 26, 2014

Following the rave reviews for South Pacific in Concert, LTAC brings back the unique ‘in concert’ staging (full orchestra on stage with large cast singing and performing select dialogue) for another look at a classic American musical. The rousing energy of mid-20th century New York City mixes with legendary characters and a dazzling score. Classic tunes come one right after the other, including favorites such as a “A Bushel and a Peck,” “Luck Be A Lady,” “Take Back Your Mink,” “Sit Down You’re Rockin’ the Boat,” and “If I Were A Bell.” The romantic and funny story is populated with gangsters and gamblers, missionary dolls and showgirls, and one of the greatest musical scores in the history of American theatre.

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