Trips & Travel
You've seen the movie, you've heard the music, now take your experience to the stage! A timeless classic, Aladdin has been captivating hearts since its inception. Encounter the Genie, Aladdin, Jasmine, and Abu as they embark on a magic carpet ride right before your very eyes! With music by Alan Mencken and lyrics by Hal Ashby and Tim Rice, the show adds several songs that were not in the 1992 film. Pre-performance lecture: From Page to Animation to Stage to Screen! Hop a carpet and ride on a journey through the story of Aladdin, by Suzanne Livesay who has performed, directed and taught Musical Theater for 20 years. REGISTRATION DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 17. No refund after November 17.
Sing, laugh and cry along with Tevye the Dairyman and his family in this Tony award-winning tale of tradition, family, music, and faith. This refreshed production of a close knit-community in a changing and increasingly anti-Semitic Russia includes the now-iconic songs, "Tradition," "If I Were a Rich Man," "Sunrise, Sunset," "Matchmaker, Matchmaker" and more! The pre-performance lecture is Behind the Curtain with Straz Center VP Suzanne Livesay, who will share stories on the ins and outs of directing this memorable Broadway classic. REGISTRATION DEADLINE: OCTOBER 4. No refunds after October 4.
- Available Sessions
- Tuesday, November 5, 2019, David A Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts
Winner of the 2018 Tony for Best Revival of a Musical, Once On This Island develops the tale of Ti Moune, a poor girl trying to find herself and her place in the world. Guided by powerful island gods, follow Ti Moune's journey as she tries to reconnect with the man who once stole her heart, risking all for love. Pre-performance lecture: The Power of a Story with Audrey Siegler, Theater Department Managing Director for the Patel Conservatory. Explore the roots of oral history, myths, and folklore handed down through generations in different cultures. REGISTRATION DEADLINE: OCTOBER 18. No refunds after October 18.
- Available Sessions
- Tuesday, November 19, 2019, David A Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts