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PlayhouseSquare announces two great shows for this upcoming season

Esperanza Spalding returns October 11, 2014, “Sing Off” winners “Home Free” to perform November 14
Esperanza Spalding returns October 11, 2014, “Sing Off” winners “Home Free” to perform November 14
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Esperanza Spalding returns October 11, 2014

“Sing Off” winners “Home Free” to perform November 14

Tickets are now on sale for two great shows that are coming this fall to PlayhouseSquare. Vocalist, bassist and composer Esperanza Spalding returns to PlayhouseSquare in the Connor Palace Theatre on October 11, 2014 for one performance at 7:30 p.m. and the a cappella country group, “Home Free”, will be performing in the Ohio Theatre on November 14, 2014 at 8:00 p.m. “Home Free” was the season four champions of NBC’s hit series “The Sing Off”.

You can purchase tickets on line at, by calling (216) 241-6000 or by stopping by the PlayhouseSquare Ticket Office. Tickets prices for Experanza are $45.00, $30.00 and $10.00 (SmartSeats). Tickets for “Home Free” are $35.00 and $10.00 (Smart Seats).

About Esperanza Spalding

In celebration of her birthday month, Esperanza returns to the stage for a special two week tour with long time collaborators Leo Genovese and Lyndon Rochelle. The trio will be performing selections from her critically acclaimed releases, “Junjo”, “Esperanza”, “Chamber Music Society”, and “Radio Music Society”.

About “Home Free”

“Home Free” began nearly a decade ago when five country stars from Minnesota got together. At the end of season 4 this past December of NBS”s “The Sing-Off” the group secured their sound in the hearts of America furthering the growth of a cappella singing. Original founders (and brothers) Chris and Adam Rupp started singing during their college years and appeared in countless State and County Fairs, college campuses, Fortune 500 companies and theaters across the country.

Home Free continues to entertain audiences nationwide with their high-energy show peppered with quick-witted humor that meshes Nashville standards with pop hits dipped in country flavor. They arrive to town on the heels of their debut release on Columbia Records, “Crazy Life”.

PlayhouseSquare is a world-class, not-for-profit performing arts center, arts education champion and downtown developer. It is the largest theater renovation project in the world

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