Chicago: Sin, Corruption & Murder Abound in Sizzling Musical
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The last date listed for Chicago was Sunday August 3, 2014 / 2:00pm.
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I absolutely enjoyed every minute of it, it was entertaining, funny, and I felt it was Broadway quality the way everyone s performances was, it was truly a great night, I wish sitting on the balcony the sound system worked a bit better, so they need to work on the sound system for the balcony area, other than that I truly recommend it for anyone to go and see it, plus the parking was free which was an added bonus. I also want to mention how organized the venue was, from entering getting the tickets, and restrooms locations, a lot of thought and planning went into this for sure. Loved it!!! Cast was phenomenal as well.
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First off, the actors that portrayed the characters of Roxy Hart, Billy Flynn, Amos Hart and Momma Morton were fantastic: 5 stars. They're presence and delivery were spot on, and they have the show energy. The actress that portrayed Velma Kelly...continued
About the Ticket Supplier: Greater Lowell Music Theatre
Jack Neary, Lee Grande and Phyllis George worked together for fifteen years as Director, Musical Director and Choreographer of award-winning high school musicals in eastern Massachusetts. In 2012, they brought bring their talent and enthusiasm to the University of Massachusetts in Lowell as co-founders of the Greater Lowell Music Theatre. GLMT’s mission is to convene established and emerging musical theatre artists together to bring to the stage shining examples of what is a truly American art form. As an inaugural effort in 2012, GLMT staged Meredith Willson’s classic piece of musical Americana, THE MUSIC MAN at UMass, Lowell. In March 0f 2013, they produced THE MELODY CAVALCADE. GLMT recently engaged Donna White as its first Managing Director, and in July of 2013, they’ll present Frank Loesser’s GUYS AND DOLLS in Durgin Hall at UMass.
GLMT features some of the most prominent vocalists in New England, including acclaimed soprano Mara Bonde.