"They will be the first people to see it in the United States and even before it goes on Broadway. It's a colorful show, its an exciting show, and its just gonna be a lot of fun to see," says John Fehlner, executive director at Broadway Theatre League.
Show-time is 7:30 tonight. And from 6:30-7:30 the community food bank will be in the Stanley lobby collecting non-perishable food items. Tickets are still available and range from $36.50 to $61.50 and can be purchased by calling Broadway Theatre League at (315) 724-7196, visiting www.BroadwayUtica.com, or at will-call day of show.
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