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If Samford’s not yet on your list of places to catch a show this Spring, you’re missing out. Samford Arts has an incredible Spring lineup of concerts, ballet, and theatre. We’ve got all the details for you below.
If you only get to see one show this Spring, though, make it The Midtown Men. Know you want to see the show?Get your tickets for The Midtown Men now.
The Midtown Men, sponsored by Merrill Lynch Wealth Management—April 4, 7PM
Back in 2005, a show called Jersey Boys took the world by storm. Four guys played the parts of 1960s musical stars Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. In 2006, the show won four Tony awards, and a decade later, it had become the 12th longest running show on Broadway.
The Midtown Men reunites stars from the original cast of Broadway’s Jersey Boys. They are Tony Award winner Christian Hoff, Michael Longoria, Daniel Reichard and Tony Award nominee J. Robert Spencer. In over 2000 live shows, audiences of all ages have adored them.
Will you be at the Wright Center on April 4 at 7 PM to enjoy the show? We sure will!
Get your tickets for The Midtown Men today.
Whether you’re in the mood for ballet, concerts or theatre for the whole family, Samford Arts has you covered with nine shows you can see this Spring.
1. Birmingham Ballet presents Swan Lake, Mar. 1-3
This ballet tells the story of Princess Odette. A sorcerer turned her into a swan, and Prince Siegfried rescued her. Staged by Cindy Free, this classic is sure to be a hit with the whole family.
This show will take place on March 1 and 2 at 7:30PM at the Wright Center. Matinees are March 2 and 3 at 2PM. Tickets from $25-45. Find out more at birminghamballet.com.
2. SYBARITE5 performs Mar. 5 at 7:30PM in Brock Recital Hall.
Once you see this five-person ensemble, you’ll never see chamber music the same way. Ever. Again.
Watch and see what I mean.Brought to you by Davis Architects Guest Artist Series and the Birmingham Chamber Music Society. Get your tickets.
3. Opera Birmingham presents Puccini’s Tosca, Mar. 15 at 7:30PM and Mar. 17 at 2:30PM at the Wright Center.
Here’s what Opera Birmingham has to say about the show:
“Tosca, Puccini’s dramatic and beloved masterpiece, sweeps our mainstage in a tale of love, lust, deceit, and murder. A tragic and political love story, Tosca explores sacrifices made for love. Treat yourself to magnificent melodies and nonstop action!”
Sounds fun, right? Reserve your spot.
4. Violinist Rachel Barton Pine will perform Mar. 21 at 7:30PM in Brock Recital Hall.
Check out her NPR Tiny Desk Concert. Her performance speaks for itself.
Brought to you by Davis Architects Guest Artist Series and the Birmingham Chamber Music Society.Reserve your seat today.
5. for KING & COUNTRY Burn the Ships, Mar. 22, 7-9PM
Join for KING and COUNTRY as they perform music from their 3rd studio album, Burn the Ships. Experience this theatrical, inspirational, laser/LED video wall-filled concert featuring the uplifting track “God Only Knows.”
This show will be at the Wright Center.
6. Peter and the Starcatcher will be at 7:30PM Mar. 21-23, with a matinee at 2:30PM Mar. 24 in the Harrison Theatre.
A high-stakes adventure about a boy that celebrates the imaginative play of childhood. Presented by the Emma Taylor Theatre for Youth Series.Tickets here.
7. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets in Concert Apr. 12 7PM and Apr. 13 2 PM at the Wright Center.
Part of ASO’s Red Diamond SuperPOPS! Get tickets now.
8. Concertmaster and Friends: “A Bohemian Spring: Smetana, Schumann, & Brahms” Apr. 23 7:30PM in Brock Recital Hall.
Join local pianist Yakov Kasman, concertmaster Daniel Szasz, and principal cellist Warren Samples for a night of chamber music. Tickets here.
9. Freaky Friday will be in the Harrison Theatre Apr. 25-27 at 7:30PM and Apr. 28 at 2:30PM.
This is a new Disney musical adaptation of the book. You’ll laugh out loud as mom and daughter trade bodies for a day.
Sponsored by the Michael J. and Mary Anne Freeman Theatre and Dance Series.Tickets are available here.
Whether you’re in the mood for a concert, the ballet, or family theatre, Samford Arts has something for you.
We’re definitely looking forward to The Midtown Men’s show. If you are, too, get your tickets today and we’ll see you there!