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BYU's Music/Dance Theatre program to present showcase Feb. 17-18

Brigham Young University’s Music/Dance/Theatre program will present its annual showcase featuring classic and contemporary stage songs on Friday, Feb. 17, and Saturday, Feb. 18, at 7:30 p.m. in the Pardoe Theatre. A matinee performance will be held on Saturday, Feb. 18, at 2 p.m.

Tickets at $6 to $10 each are available online at byuarts.com, by phone at (801) 422-4322 or at the Fine Arts Ticket Office in C-358 Harris Fine Arts Center. All proceeds from this event support the MDT scholarship program.

The program will feature selections from A Chorus Line, Les Miserables, Evita, Fosse, Kiss Me Kate, The Music Man and Hairspray.

The nationally recognized MDT program at BYU is an interdisciplinary, limited-enrollment professional training program designed to prepare young performers for careers in musical theatre. It seeks to foster musical theatre artists of the highest caliber. Students are educated in a broad-based liberal arts environment, trained to be professionally competitive and personally committed to the principles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

For more information about the showcase, contact Lisa Stoddard at (801) 422-1829 or lisa_stoddard@byu.edu. Learn more about Brigham Young University’s MDT program at cfacbeta.byu.edu/departments/music/mdt.

Writer: Melissa Connor

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