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A special series of giveaways: tickets to the Palace Theater in Hamilton
This spring, WRVO is continuing our special ticket giveaway with the Palace Theater in Hamilton. We will be giving away tickets to their main stage productions ranging from dance to classical plays to fun musicals. There's certainly something for everyone.
You'll hear about each giveaway one of three ways, either on our Twitter feed, our Facebook page, or by email newsletter. To enter any of the giveaways, when they occur, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact information, including email address.
We will be giving away two tickets to each of these performances:
Antigone; Friday, April 4 and Saturday, April 5
Sophocles’ timeless play pits a fearless and defiant woman against an insecure and untested ruler, with unforeseen and tragic consequences for both. No drama in the western canon has more to teach a modern audience about the perennial conflict between family and state, or between divine law and human edict, or between man and woman. The question it poses is how far are we prepared to go to stand up for what we believe in – and what are the consequences for those we love when we go to the very limit and beyond.
Broadway's Next H!t Musical; Saturday, April 26 at 8 p.m.
The hysterical unscripted theatrical awards show.
Master improvisers take audience suggestions to create a spontaneous evening of music and humor – a full blown improvised musical – complete with characters, witty dialogue, and plot twists galore.
Chorus of Dreams; Saturday, June 7 at 7 p.m.
An exotic, daring, dance theater performance!
An original score fuses global rhythms with ArchDream’s blacklit stage activating a surreal environment of dynamic scenery, hand painted masks and vivid costumes. At this pivotal moment in American history, Chorus of Dreams challenges audiences and communities to approach our National identity through fresh eyes and open minds.
Perry Pareé; Friday, July 11 through Sunday, July 13
This mockumentary style musical, full of original swing tunes, chronicles the career of Buttzville, Rhode Island’s most dimwitted, but loveable and talented crooner, Perry Pareé. From the memories of Perry’s relatives, teachers and friends- his career is traced from early childhood growing up in Buttzville, to his quest for fame and fortune in NYC. Through Perry’s often hilarious adventures and transformative journey, he makes surprising discoveries about himself and his heart’s desires.
You can find more information about all of the Palace Theater's performances on their website.