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New Season of Broadway Shows at the Granada

Theater League Announces 2015 Lineup


Theater League, a Kansas City-based not-for-profit company that produces and presents national touring companies of major Broadway musicals, has announced its 2015 season lineup for the Granada. The action starts on January 20 and 21 of 2015 with Camelot, one of musical theater’s most beloved stories. Next up, on February 17 and 18 of 2015, is Guys and Dolls, which, while presenting a very different scene, nevertheless continues the series’ focus on classic material and great show tune standards. The season finale comes in April on the 7th and 8th with Chicago, one of the most daring and successful musicals from the period after Broadway’s golden age. For more information and to purchase season subscriptions, which start as low as $90 for all three shows, call the Granada box office at 899-2222 or visit theaterleague.com.

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