The Carnegie Center and the CCM Music Theatre are proudly presenting The Tony Award winning musical “Parade”. This will be the final production at the Carnegie in their 2012-2013 series it will run April 5th thru April 21st. This story is based book by Alfred Ulry and Music and Lyrics by Jason Robert Brown. The performance is Co-directed by Dee Anne Bryll and Ed Cohen. The cast will be comprised of CCM musical theatrical students.
This human drama takes place in 1913 in Atlanta, Georgia. The story unfolds Jewish factory manager Leo Frank is wrongfully accused of the murdering a thirteen year old girl who worked in the factory. The story reveals the deep prejudice and anti-semitic tensions that existed in the deep south at the time. Hate groups and mobs were on the rise and Leo Frank’s life hangs in the balance as he hopes for justice, fairness and truth.
Tickets to this performance at the Carnegie Center will range between $19-$26. The performances will be to 7:30pm for evening shows with matinees on Sundays at 3:00pm. More information on this venue is available online at www.thecarnegie.com or by calling the box office Tuesdays-Fridays 12:00pm to 5pm.
This will be amazing and entertaining musical that will be worth your time and money. The show also will be great reason to visit The Carnegie Center.