December 12, 2015 7:30pm - December 12, 2015 10:30pm EST
Richard G. Fallon Theatre
530 W Call St., Tallahassee, FL
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This memorable musical follows the journey of a girl, a boy, a wall, and two meddling fathers. Featuring classic songs such as “Try to Remember that Kind of September,” “They
This memorable musical follows the journey of a girl, a boy, a wall, and two meddling fathers. Featuring classic songs such as “Try to Remember that Kind of September,” “They Were You,” and “Soon It’s Going to Rain” audiences are magically transported through a forbidden romance surrounded by moonlight, illusion, and truth. This year’s Benefit Concert featuring Davis Gaines and FSU Music Theatre students is guaranteed to be a talent filled evening you will not want to miss.
The School of Theatre has a reputation for delivering nationally recognized work, and has a rich history of fostering talented artists who go on to make an indelible impact on the performing arts world. Proceeds from the Benefit Concert support our students and our community, as well as perpetuate the School of Theatre’s position in the national spotlight as one of the country’s top theatre training programs.
In the spirit of this special time of year, we invite you to be part of something extraordinary. Join us for an evening of music that you know and love, and be part of making our students’ dreams come true.
The Fantasticks is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also suppiled by MTI. www.MTIShows.com
Directed by Fred Chappell
Richard G. Fallon Theatre530 W Call St., Tallahassee, FLThe Richard G. Fallon Theatre is the School of Theatre’s largest performance space with seating for over 490. This traditional proscenium theatre, named for Dean Emeritus Richard G. Fallon, recently underwent renovations to its electrical, power, and lighting systems which now provide the support for intelligent lighting systems, new projection systems, and more. Hosting over 150 productions since it opened its doors in 1970, the Richard G. Fallon Theatre has been voted Tallahassee’s Best Place to See a Play for the past seven consecutive years.