Playhouse Square 2020-21 KeyBank Broadway Series include The Cher Show and How to Kill a mocking bird. Read more to know the dates and timings

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The 2020-21 KeyBank Broadway series, revealed to cheers on Tuesday night at the Connor Palace, it is considered to be a tasty mash up of shows.

Times, tickets and more

Timings for all shows are 7:30 in the evening Tuesday-Friday; 1:30 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday; and 1 and 6:30 p.m. Sunday.

Tuesday, 2 Feb, Connor Palace: “The Cher Show.” Book by Rick Elice. Music orchestrated and arranged by Daryl Waters. Directed by Jason Moore. Choreographed by Christopher Gattelli.

It will be based on the story how  Cher survived two rock-star husbands and an industry more than eager to over throw powerful women to become pop culture’s bearing superstar?

Source: Julieta Cervantes

Tuesday, Nov. 3-Sunday, Nov. 22, Connor Palace: To Kill a Mockingbird.” I is written by Aaron Sorkin. It is based on an adaptation from Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. It is directed by Bartlett Sher.

The Scout procures audiences into the world of 1934 Maycomb, Alabama, it is basically where she and her brother Jem watch lawyer Atticus Finch, their father defend Tom Robinson, an African-American man.

Leading the tour as Atticus is Richard Thomas, an actor who literally emits goodness, which is also considered to be an essential quality for bringing one of the most loved personas in American fiction to life.

Tuesday, July 6-Sunday, July 25, 2021, Connor Palace: “Hadestown.”

It tells the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, young lovers that are taken apart by death when Eurydice is bitten by a snake and creeps into the underworld. Orpheus makes his mind and is determined to get her back — but first he must learn to make one Mister Hades to let her go.

Get ready to be taken in hell and back by Anaïs Mitchell’s spectacular score, a sufi style mix of music.

Sagnik Pramanick

I am a Calcutta-based freelance entertainment writer, with a focus on television and film. In addition to being a content writer, I’m a post grad student of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Calcutta. I have had bylines at The Statesman. I am enormously passionate about the art of storytelling in all forms.