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School of Theatre Alum Stars in New Broadway Musical

Published March 4, 2015

Tony Award nominee and School of Theatre alum Montego Glover (BFA Music Theatre, 1996) is starring in the new Broadway musical It Shoulda Been You. Montego previously originated the lead role of Felicia Farrell in Memphis. Glover made her Broadway debut in The Color Purple (Nettie). To read more about Glover’s work see her personal website.

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Almost, Maine
March 27 – April 4, 2015
The Lab Theatre

It’s a cold, clear winter night in Almost, Maine. While the northern lights hover in the sky above, the residents of Almost struggle to make sense of this strange thing called love. Hearts are broken. Love is found. Love is lost. Funny, sexy, sad, but always searching, the people of Almost try again and again – determined to get past the “almost” to capture the real. And after tonight, nothing will ever be the same. It’s love…but not quite. It’s Almost.

Horizons: Original Works Festival

April 16 – 18, 2015
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Patrons Association Senior Showcase Fundraiser
Tuesday, April 28th
6pm – Dinner at Turnbull Conference Center
8pm – Showcase Performance at Conradi Studio Theatre

The Patrons Association at the School of Theatre is very pleased to showcase the stars of tomorrow for you today. The Music Theatre and Acting programs at Florida State are providing a sneak preview of our incredibly talented students before they are sent to perform for industry professionals in New York City and Los Angeles.

The Fundraiser begins with dinner and drinks at 6:00 pm in the Turnbull Conference Center on Pensacola St., followed by the showcase performance in the Conradi Studio Theatre at 8:00 pm, concluding with a champagne toast with the performers at the conclusion of the show. Don’t miss your opportunity to toast a final “Break a Leg” to the next film and Broadway stars!