Spies, Traitors and Saboteurs: Fear and Freedom in America at MUZEO
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This hilarious musical satire of 1960s corporate life (think Mad Men) is from the Tony-winning composer of Guys and Dolls. Following the morally questionable instructions of a corporate strategy book titled How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, young window-washer J. Pierrepont Finch plots and plans each boldly audacious step of his meteoric rise from the mailroom to the boardroom in this delightfully irreverent musical. A Tony Award- and Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy, How to Succeed is packed with catchy favorites such as "I Believe in You," "Been a Long Day" and "Brotherhood of Man." Learn More
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Featured review from Kenyon
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What a SMALL museum! The featured show is basically the ONLY exhibit. We enjoyed it - but you have to be prepared to do a lot of your own work - reading, watching videos, etc. Lovely area to walk around in, eat, etc. We'll be back - but with different expectations.
Visitors will be able to explore nine events and eras in U.S. history:
* Capture of the City of Washington and Burning of the White House (August 24, 1814)
* Explosion in New York Harbor by German secret agents (July 30, 1916)
* Bombing of the home of U.S. Attorney General Mitchell Palmer (June 2, 1919)
* Ku Klux Klan March on Pennsylvania Avenue (August 8, 1925)
* Hostage-Taking by Returning Pearl Harbor Attack Pilot (December 7, 1941)
* Reorganization of Communist Party in U.S. at Kremlin’s urging (April 1945)
* Days of Rage bomb in U.S. Capitol (March 1, 1971)
* Oklahoma City bombing (April 19, 1995)
* Beyond September 11th—Terrorism Today
About the Ticket Supplier: MUZEO
The MUZEO engages the community by exploring and celebrating our diverse heritage, culture and arts through creative programming.
The MUZEO also hosts three traveling exhibitions per year which would otherwise not be displayed in the region. Every exhibit is enhanced with special programs, events and activities.