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Get ready for the ultimate playdate – 65 million years in the making – as Erth’s DINOSAUR ZOO LIVE guides your family on a breathtaking tour through pre-historic Australia.  You’ll observe, meet and interact with an eye-popping collection of amazingly life-like dinosaurs and other creatures presented in a theatrical performance that will thrill and entertain kids while stimulating their imaginations in ways that will forever connect them to their world.  Brought to life by a team of skilled performers and puppeteers, and designed with the help of professional paleontologists, Erth’s DINOSAUR ZOO LIVE’s puppets are so extraordinarily realistic you may feel the urge to run and hide – but don’t!  Because you won’t want to miss a minute of this fun, unique, entertaining and educational live show created by Erth Visual & Physical of Sydney, Australia.  While it may indeed have been 65 million years in the making, we think you’ll agree, it’s well worth the wait.

ERTH — VISUAL & PHYSICAL Incorporated (Creator / Producer).   Erth brings the impossible to life.  For over 21 years, the company has developed a truly fantastic aesthetic and an extraordinary box of tricks, the foundations of its unique visual theatre works. The company regularly tours internationally, to every major Australian festival, and to regional and major city venues around the country.  More than a million people have seen its dinosaurs in performance works such as Dinosaur Petting Zoo  and Dinosaur Zoo Live, and in museums.  Their works range from large-scale interactive environments, such as The Garden — a prehistoric landscape inhabited by giant insects which premiered at the Melbourne International Festival of Arts — to more intimate in-theatre works and roving spectaculars.  Dinosaur Petting Zoo has toured through Australia and overseas for four years and is now joined by I, Bunyip, and its cast of Australian Indigenous spirit creatures and their stories, which toured Australia nationally in 2012. The Nargun and the Stars, an adaptation of Patricia Wrightson’s novel, was commissioned by Sydney and Perth Festivals in 2009.  The company has also been commissioned by major museums including The Australian Museum, Auckland War Memorial Museum (New Zealand), Powerhouse Museum (Sydney), The Field Museum in Chicago, Science Museum Minnesota, Natural Museums Liverpool (UK), Naturalis (Leiden), National Museums Northern Ireland, Montreal Science Museum and the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles.  Most recently Erth commissioned work and supplied dinosaur puppets for the Field Station Dinosaurs Theme Park (USA) which launched in May 2012.  Erth’s design studio has built for a huge range of cultural institutions and commercial clients from Sydney Opera House and City of Sydney, to the primetime Spanish television program, ‘El Hormiguero’.  Erth was founded in 1990 in Ballarat, Victoria and is now based at Sydney’s CarriageWorks contemporary arts centre.

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 Miron Gusso

Hero Puppeteer

Miron is thrilled to return Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo Live after previously touring it in North America for the past 2 years. Miron is a third generation puppeteer based in New York City.  He is an alumnus of the University of Connecticut’s Puppetry Arts Graduate Program, where he also designed & built puppets for Connecticut Repertory Theatre. Miron has also been seen as a dinosaur on Radiolab’s “Apocolyptical” which toured in 2013, and at Field Station: Dinosaurs (NJ).  Other favorite credits include The Center for Puppetry Arts (GA), St Anne’s Warehouse, and Doc Brown at Universal Studios Japan, Osaka.  He is a proud member of UNIMA & Puppeteers of America.  Favorite dinosaur: Ceolophysis.



 Miles Portek


Miles is a native Australian. Born in Sydney he’s had a rambling journey through time and space.  From improvised comedy, to stand up, Miles currently believes the best way to fix the world is through the inspiration and empowerment of children, because really, if we don’t invest in that there’s no point living.  He’s been an avid volunteer in 826NYC, a creative writing and homework support centre in Brooklyn New York, and at the Martian Embassy in Sydney. When he’s not hosting fantastic dinosaur puppet shows he’s normally working in a bar, a sound booth or swimming somewhere. Of course none of this matters, because there’s no point unless we’re inspiring children or helping them create something incredible, so stop reading this and get out and do that.


Jeremiah Johnson


Jeremiah is thrilled to be working with this amazing company. He is a BFA graduate of Hardin-Simmons University and most recently appeared in 18 Holes (Rover Dramawerks), Annie Get Your Gun (Lyric Stage), and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer the Musical (National Tour). Some of his favorite credits include Sweeney Todd (Sweeney Todd), Young Frankenstein (Dr. Fredrick Frankenstein), Red (Mark Rothko), The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity (EKO), and Birds on a Wire (Itzak Rozitsky), National Premiere and the International Premiere at The Festival Fringe Edinburgh.



Logan Kimes

Stage Manager

Born and raised in show business, Logan is the son of one of the most comical animal trainers of our time and one of the greatest vocalists of all time. At age 3, Logan began performing in the circus alongside his father, Les Kimes, the originator of the Pork Chop Revue (Comedy Performing Pig Show) as well as his mother, renowned vocalist Rebbecca Monroe. The Pork Chop Revue has toured nationally since 1956, making appearances on TV shows and movies such as Laugh-In, the Tonight Show, Ed Sullivan, Pet Star, Winter People, Smokey and the Bandit III and many more. Logan didn’t stop at pigs though, he went on to work with pretty much every animal that walks, jumps, flies, or slithers. But comedy and animal training aren’t Logan’s only talents. At the age of 10 Logan became interested in the literary arts. It wasn’t long before Logan a graphic novel and a fantasy trilogy under his belt. At about the age of 15 Logan developed a passion for acting and would be a part of projects such as Charles Ludlam’s award winning play The Mystery of Irma Vep.

Sam Cress

Production Assistant

An actor, puppeteer, and clown, Sam graduated from Hardin-Simmons University in 2014 with his B.F.A. in Acting. Whilst at college he was in many plays such as: A Christmas Carol, The Seafarer, Birds On A Wire (world premiere), Twelfth Night, Sweeney Todd, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Young Frankenstein, Spamalot, and more. He has started his adventure through professional theatre in a debut at Dallas Shakespeare’s 2014 season in Much Ado About Nothing and will be a part of Dallas Shakespeare’s 2015 season in Romeo and Juliet. He recently was seen in Kitchen Dog Theater’s premiere of Wilde/Earnest.  He is honored to be a part of Red Tail Entertainment and Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo Live!




Aimee Louisanne


Aimee Louisanne is a multicultural actor/musician from Perth, Australia, living in New York.  Career experience includes credits with Oscar-nominated director Darren Aronofsky, with two lead roles in independent feature films, and various international productions.  She works with renowned acting coach Susan Batson, and trains in combat/stunts and martial arts for film.  She holds a Bachelor of Science in Aviation, a Commercial Pilot’s License (AU) and speaks French and Italian, and will soon release her first EP. Aimee has a passion for working with children and spent a year performing internationally at various orphanages. She works with children with cerebral palsy and other disabilities, and is part of a non-profit organization ‘Kissabilites’ promoting disability awareness and integration in primary schools.  Special thanks to her agent Lisa Price – Aimee is thrilled to be touring the US in Dinosaur Zoo Live!


 Hallie Goodman

Wrangler / Hero Puppeteer

Hallie is happy to be a part of this amazing production. She is native to New York having graduated from LaGuardia Highs School for Drama and recently re-located to the Boston area. She has been seen most recently in Kidville Wellesley’s Rockin’ Railroad and in Spencer, an independent feature film that won ‘Best U.S. Feature’ at the New York International Film Festival 2013. Hallie has also been seen in Don Ardin’s JUBILEE at the Bally’s Hotel in Las Vegas as a Bluebell, at Merry-Go-Round Playhouse in ensemble and understudy roles for The Producers, High School Musical, No No Nannette, A Chorus Line and Little Shop of Horrors. When Hallie’s not performing, she studies Improv at The Improv Asylum in Boston’s North end and is a Massage Therapist at Boston Sports Clubs. Thanks to her family and Nate, without who, she couldn’t be as awesome.




 Anthony Orefice

Wrangler / Hero Puppeteer

A native of Long Island, NY and graduate of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, with a degree in psychology.  Anthony recently appeared at Field Station: Dinosaurs in New Jersey where he operated various hand puppets and the T-rex hero puppet.  He discovered his love of full body puppetry when freshly out of college, he took a job as ‘Pinny the Bowling Pin’ mascot for Bowlmor Lanes in Times Square.  Since then, he has integrated his knowledge of psychology and puppetry with his childhood dinosaur fixation.  Anthony can’t wait to tour North America and beyond in the Dinosaur Zoo Live.





 Kelley Selznick

Wrangler / Puppeteer

Kelley Selznick is a New York based puppeteer and textile artist. She is a recent graduate from Cal State Northridge where she studied puppetry and costume construction. She apprenticed with shadow puppeteer Maria Bodmann and after moving to New York interned with Jessica Scott.  Recent puppeteering credits include the short film The Never Bell (Emily Lobsenz), La Divina Caricatura (Mabou Mines), Sirens of the Lambs (Banksy), Tiger Tales and Chang-Er (Chinese Theatre Works), Big Annie, Tobias Turkey and Lumpy Bumpy Pumpkin (Shadow Box Theatre). She has designed puppets for Independent Shakespeare Co.‘s Winter’s Tale and puppet costumes for The Never Bell. She is also known for her Elizabethan ruffs which have been used in art projects and shows all over the world. She would like to thank Jessica Scott for all the help and guidance and her friends and family for their overbearing support. Go Dinosaurs!  More info at



 Jackson Eather


Jackson Eather was born and raised in Sydney, Australia, where he frequently performed in community musical theatre companies, playing lead roles in such shows as Spring Awakening, West Side Story, and Seussical. He attended Newtown High School of the Performing Arts, where he trained in acting, circus, and visual arts. He then moved to New York City at the age of nineteen to study at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy. After graduating, he performed the role of ‘Bub Hicks’ in Musicals Tonight!’s production of Leave it to Jane, Off-Broadway. Jackson has spent a year as a performer at Field Station: Dinosaurs, in New Jersey, where he appeared as The Dinosaur Wrangler and as a puppeteer, operating their T-Rex puppet built by Erth. Jackson is thrilled to be touring the U.S.A. with DINOSAUR ZOO LIVE, and can’t wait to share his passion for theatre and dinosaurs with the world.



 Brendan Malafronte


After graduating from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy, and completing an internship at the Puppet Kitchen in NYC, Brendan ended up with one foot in musical theatre and the other in puppetry.  Puppetry credits include “Losing it with John Stamos”, Field Station:  Dinosaurs, the New York Children’s Theatre Festival world premiere of Rescue Rue and the 2014 Sesame Street Workshop.  Other touring puppetry credits include the U.S., Canadian and Australian tours of both John Tartaglia’s ImaginOcean. And Thomas and Friends Live! On Stage.  Brendan is also a freelance puppet designer and builder.  Thanks go out to his parents and family!




Wright, Scott

Scott Wright

Artistic Director

Scott Wright is a co-founder of Erth Visual and Physical Inc. and its artistic director since inception in 1990. He trained as a dancer and choreographer in Victoria, Australia and is a multi-skilled artist incorporating puppetry (one of his greatest loves), movement, acting, aerial, stilts and pyrotechnics. During this period, Scott steered the company through many twists and turns, creating a successful national and international touring profile. Scott has directed most of Erth’s successful touring shows, and worked with a large variety of national and international companies and institutions, individual artists and community groups. Scott is currently focusing on the survival of indigenous folklore, exploring how ancient stories can be retrieved and presented to new audiences. This exploration takes him to remote communities throughout Australia, to meet with elders, learning and developing methods in which puppetry can tell stories of ancient creatures and landscapes.

Kerr, Sharron

Sharon Kerr

Executive Director

Sharon is a founding and core member of Erth. Originally trained as a school teacher majoring in drama, Sharon has much performance experience. Prior to helping form Erth, she spent five years in contemporary dance theatre with emphasis on improvisational movement. Puppetry became a natural extension of her performance experience. Some of her performance highlights include her aerial harness and flying work, effectively becoming a human marionette. Some of her more memorable flying locations were those from atop the sails of the Sydney Opera House, the spire of St. Paul’s Cathedral in Melbourne, the tower of Bingham Hall at Yale University, and from the 30th floor of the Nge Ann skyscraper in Singapore. Her roles within Erth are many and varied. Contributing to creative and performance direction, Sharon continues to perform, while assisting with the construction of props and costumes. Sharon has steered the company for many years as its key administrator.

Howarth, SteveSteve Howarth

The dinosaurs and other creature puppets, as well as the flora and fauna that make up the set are designed by Steve, a founding and fulltime member of Erth. From the Erth studio workshop he supervises a team of artists in the creation of the puppets, sets, props, costumes and associated elements that constantly tour the nation and the globe. In this principle role he has worked with a wide variety of people and organizations, and across numerous media over the past twenty years. The first 15 years were spent performing in, on, and dangling from, many of the creations that he now devotes his full time to building. Now off stage, he oversees the daily production of giant, teeth-gnashing dinosaurs and inflatable monsters that live alongside traditional fine arts and textiles work, and increasingly, he is incorporates new disciplines such as digital animation. Steve recently directed his first work Taniwha! for Auckland Museum in New Zealand, where he worked closely with indigenous storytellers weaving together threads of Maori folklore which was then presented by live actors, puppets, and projection. Steve also mentors design students from several tertiary institutions and assists emerging artists in the implementation of their respective crafts. Steve also mentors design students from several tertiary institutions and assists emerging artists in the implementation of their respective crafts.

Downing, PhilPhil Downing

Technical Director

Phil has a distinct history working with interactive multimedia. After years as a musical performer, Phil set about reinventing his means of musical expression by creating unique and obscure musical instruments. This inspiration has led to the creation of numerous soundtracks for theatrical productions from 1999 thru 2012. Delivery of video and imagery being an obvious progression, Phil has also worked with various technologies to incorporate physical interaction (with performers and audience members) into installations and performances, utilizing technologies such as infra-red, sonar and pressure sensors, Arduino programmable circuit boards and “Kinect” sensors. With Erth, Phil has developed systems for automated delivery of sound, light and visual effects, and has designed stand-alone sound systems for their various creature puppets. “This one’s going to be a mad professor!,” his Grandma proclaimed upon his birth…. She was possibly correct!


Red Tail Entertainment (Producer)

Founded by Phillip Drayer produces a wide range of spectacular live entertainment and presents a variety of live performances by headline entertainers throughout the U.S.  In addition to producing Dinosaur Zoo Live, the company most recently produced the national tour of Scooby Doo Live! Musical Mysteries, a live musical designed specifically for children. Red Tail also produced the acclaimed A Night with Janis Joplin now playing at the Lyceum Theater on Broadway. The company presents concerts by notable entertainers such as Tony Bennett, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard and many more at venues throughout the U.S.



nyt“Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo delivers solid science as well as an extraordinary spectacle.”


chicago“A delightful and educational date with the dinos that provides visual oomph to rival ‘The Lion King’”.



adVoted ‘Best Children’s Show’

By Adelaide Fringe Festival 2014

Adelaide Fringe is Australia’s largest arts event and one of the most diverse arts festivals in the world, renowned for fresh ideas, spontaneity and fun. Artists from around Australia and across the globe participate alongside home-grown talent, in art forms spanning cabaret, comedy, circus, dance, film, theatre, puppetry, music, visual art and design.

tony“It’s a delight to come face to face with the genuinely unexpected in Australian company Erth’s thoroughly entertaining kids’ show, Dinosaur Zoo.”



“We just saw the show.  It was amazing.  You are all terrific.  Our little one loved it.  It’s all he can talk about.  Thank you for sharing this amazing performance.”

ROBIN W.Chicago

“Thank you!!!  thank you!!!  thank you!!!  The show in Mesa, AZ was amazing.”


“Sam had soooooo much fun today.  He says he’s sorry that he couldn’t put his head into the T-Rex’s mouth, but it was the best day of his life.”

SUSAN G.Dallas

“I saw your tour in Tampa, twice. I loved it!”


“Thank you for helping to make my son’s birthday the best ever.”


“The show was awesome!  Please come back soon!”

LAURA B. Baton Rouge

“My Macaroni Family went to the show Tuesday night and had a blast!  The puppeteers did such a great job that we almost forgot that we weren’t looking at real dinosaurs!  Erth’s DINOSAUR ZOO LIVE is the perfect combination of entertaining and educational.”


“Thank you all for a wonderful show today in Mesa!  My son loved every minute!  Well done!”


“The show was AWESOME.  My Granddaughter got to go up and meet the babies on stage.  She was beyond thrilled.  When we left … she said, ‘Gramma, I wanna go back.’  Anyone who has a chance to take a child to see this, ‘GO!’”

MERRIE N.Chicago

“We attended Sunday afternoon’s performance with our boys and were amazed!  They absolutely loved it.”


TOUR dates


Tour dates will continue to be added weekly!

Prescott, AZ
Yavapai College Performing Arts Center
October 4, 2016
School performances – for information contact Amy Viscito 928-776-2000

Camp Verde, AZ
October 5
School performances – for information contact Amy Viscito 928-776-2000

Mesa, AZ
Mesa Arts Center
October 7 & 8, 2016
Tickets: Website
Phone: (480) 644-6500
Group Tickets: (480) 644-6500

Tucson, AZ
Fox Tucson Theatre
October 9, 2016
Tickets: Website
Phone: (520) 547-3040
Groups: (520)-547-3040

Santa Rosa, CA
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
October 14, 2016
Tickets: Website
Phone: 707 546-3600
Group Tickets: 707.800.7553
Note: Tickets on sale August. Check back for details

Folsom, CA
Harris Center for the Arts
October 16, 2016
Phone: 916-608-6888
Group Tickets: 916-608-6888

Modesto, CA
Gallo Center for the Arts
October 17, 2016
Tickets: Website
Phone: (209) 338-2100
Group Tickets: (209) 338-2100

Chico, CA
Laxson Auditorium, Chico State University
October 18, 2016
Tickets: Field Trip tickets only. Teachers visit the box office, call 530-898-6333, or send in orders
Field Trip information: Website

San Luis Obispo
Performing Arts Center San Luis Obispo
October 21, 2016
School groups booking: Website
Group Tickets: Andrea Castillo 805-756-7223

Santa Clarita, CA
Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center
October 23, 2016
Tickets: Website (single tickets on sale June 23)
Phone: (661) 362-5304
Group Tickets: (661) 362-5304

Lancaster, CA
Lancaster Performing Arts Center
October 24, 2016
School Performances – Arts for Youth on sale date August 24
Phone: 661-723-5950

Fort Collins, CO
Fort Collins Lincoln Center
October 29, 2016
Tickets: Website (Single tickets on sale 8/10)
Phone: 970-221-6730
Group Tickets: 970-416-2817

Billings, MO
Alberta Bair Theater
October 31, 2016
Tickets available by phone only. (Single tickets on sale July 9)
Phone: (406) 256-6052
Group Tickets: (406) 256-8915

Gillette, WY
CAM-PLEX Heritage Center Theater
November 2, 2016
Tickets: Website (Single tickets on sale August 17, 2016)
Phone: 307-682-8802
Group Tickets: 307-682-8802

Sheridan, WY
The WYO Theater
November 4, 2016
Tickets: Website (Single Ticket on sale date to be announced soon)
Phone: 307-672-9084
Group Tickets: 307-672-9084

Lone Tree, CO
Lone Tree Arts Center
Presenter: Lone Tree Arts Center
November 6 and 7, 2016
Tickets: Website (Tickets on sale early August)
Phone: 720.509.1000
Group Tickets: 720.509.1027

Beaver Creek, CO
Vilar Performing Arts Center, Presented by STARS
November 8, 2016
Tickets: Website
Phone: (970) 845-TIXS
Group Tickets: (970)845.TIXS

Woodlands, TX
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavillion
November 12, 2016 – Part of the 21st Annual Children’s Festival
Tickets: Website
Phone: 281.364.3010

San Antonio, TX
Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
November 13, 2016
Tickets: Website
Phone: (210) 223-8624
Group Tickets: (210)-223-8624

Midland/Odessa, TX
Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center
November 15, 2016
Tickets: Website (Single Tickets on Sale early August)
Phone:1-800-514-3849 ETIX
Group Tickets:432-552-4433

Ardmore, OK
January 13, 2017
The Goddard Center
Phone: 580-226-0909
Group Tickets: 580-226-0909

Lufkin, TX
Temple Theater on the Angelina College campus
January 15, 2017
Tickets: Website Single tickets on sale 8/1
Phone: (936) 633-5454
Group Tickets: (936) 633-5454

Galveston, TX
The Grand 1894 Opera House
January 17, 2017
Tickets: Website (Single tickets on sale August 29)
Phone: 800.821.1894 or 409.765.1894
Group Tickets: 800.821.1894 or 409.765.1894

Danville, KY
Norton Center for the Arts / Newlin Hall
January 20, 2017
Tickets: Website (Single tickets on sale August 17)
Phone: 1-859-236-4692 or 1-877-HIT-SHOW
Group Tickets: 1-859-236-4692 or 1-877-HIT-SHOW

Maryville, TN
January 21, 2017
Ronald and Lynda Nutt Theatre, Clayton Center for the Arts
Tickets: Website(Single tickets on sale 11/14)
Phone: 865-981-8590
Group Tickets: 865-981-8591

Huntingdon, TN
January 23, 2017
The Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center
Tickets: (Single Tickets on sale 8/8)
Phone: 731-986-2100
Group Tickets: 731-986-2100

Madisonville, KY
January 24, 2017
City: Madisonville, KY
Glema Mahr Center for the Arts at Madisonville Community College
Tickets: Website (Single Tickets on sale November 28)
Phone: 270-821-ARTS (2787)
Group Tickets: 270-821-ARTS (2787)

Effingham, IL
January 26, 2017 (Single Tickets on sale 7/25)
Effingham Performance Center
Tickets: Website (Single Tickets On Sale July 25)
Phone: 217-540-2788
Group Tickets:

Bowling Green, KY
January 27, 2017
Tickets: Website (Single Tickets On Sale December 2)
Phone: 270-904-1880
Group Tickets: 270-904-1880 or

Owensboro, KY
January 28, 2017
RiverPark Center
Tickets: Website
Phone: 270-687-2787
Group Tickets: 270-687-2787

West Lafayette, IN
January 29, 2017
Purdue University’s Loeb Playhouse presented by Purdue Convocations
Tickets: Website (Single Tickets On Sale 8/1)
Phone: 1-800-914-SHOW
Group Tickets: 1-800-914-SHOW

New York, NY
February 4 & 5, 2017
NYU Skirball Center For the Performing Arts
Tickets: Website
Tickets: 888.611.8183
Group Tickets: 212.998.4941

Irving, TX
February 9 & 10, 2017
Irving Arts Center
Tickets: Website
Phone: 972-252-2787
Group Tickets: 972-252-2787

College Station, TX
February 12, 2017
Rudder Auditorium at Texas A&M University, presented by MSC OPAS
Tickets: Website (Single Tickets On Sale August 29)
Phone: 979-845-1234
Group Tickets: 979-845-1661 or email

Orlando, FL
February 17, 2017
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
Tickets: (on sale 8/5)
Phone: 727.893.7832
Group Tickets: 727.892.5716

Jacksonville, FL
February 18, 2017
Florida Theater
Tickets: Website
Phone: 904-355.2787
Group Tickets: 904-355-2787

St. Petersburg, FL
February 19, 2017
Mahaffey Theater / Duke Energy Center for the Arts
Tickets: Website
Phone: 844-513-2014
Group Tickets: 407-455-5550

Niceville, Florida
February 21, 2017
Mattie Kelly Fine & Performing Arts Center
Tickets: Website (Season packages on sale August 22, Single Tickets On Sale Sept. 2, 2016
Phone: (850) 729-6000 or 1-888-838-ARTS (2797)
Group Sales: (850) 729-6000 or (850) 729-6004

Cleveland, MS
February 23, 2017
Bologna Performing Arts Center
To book school-time matinees: Website (On Sale 8/1)
Phone: 662-846-4844
Group Tickets: 662-846-4844

Conway, AR
February 24, 2017
Reynolds Performance Hall
Tickets: Website (Single Tickets on Sale August 1)
Phone: 501.450.3265
Group Tickets: 501.450.3265

Huntsville, AL
February 27 & 28, 2017
Broadway Theatre League at Van Braun Center
School performances
Phone number for school shows: 256-518-6155

Atlanta, GA
March 1, 2017
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center presented by Artsbridge Foundation
Tickets: Website
Phone: 770-916-2805
Group Tickets: 770-916-2805

Greenville, SC
March 2-3, 2017
Peace Center
Tickets: Website (Single Tickets on sale August 15)
Phone: 864-467-3000
Group Tickets: 864.467.3000

Fayetteville, NC
March 5, 2017
Crown Theatre
Tickets: Website
Phone: 888-257-6208
Group Tickets: 910-438-4123

Charlotte, NC
March 7 – 12, 2017
Booth Playhouse / Blumenthal Performing Arts
Tickets: Website (Single Tickets on sale Sept)
Phone: (704) 372-1000
Group Tickets: (704) 348-5752

Frederick, MD
March 15, 2017
Weinberg Center for the Arts
Tickets: Website (On Sale August 18)
Phone: 301-600-2828
Group Tickets: 301-600-2828

York, PA
March 16, 2017
Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center
Tickets: Website
Phone: 717-846-1111
Group Tickets: 717-846-1111

North Bethesda, MD
March 17, 2017
Music Center at Strathmore
Tickets: Website
Phone: 301-581-5100
Group Tickets: 301-581-5199,

Union, NJ
March 19, 2017
Wilkins Theatre / Kean Stage
Tickets: Website
Phone: 908-737-SHOW (7469)
Group Tickets: 908-737-4349

Great Barrington, MA
March 23, 2017
Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
Tickets: 413 528-0100 (for schools only)
School Group Tickets: Call Judy Reinauer 413 644-9040×103

Poughkeepsie, NY
March 24, 2017
Bardavon Opera House
Tickets: Website (School performances on sale now. Public show on sale in September.)
Phone: 845-473-2072
Group Tickets: 845-473-2072

Red Bank, NJ
March 26, 2017
Count Basie Theatre
Tickets: Website
Phone: 732-842-9000
Group Tickets: 732-842-9000

Williamsport, PA
March 27, 2017
Count Basie Theatre
Tickets: Website (Single Tickets On Sale: August 1)
Phone: 570-326-2424
Group Tickets: 570-326-2424

Eau Claire, WI
March 20, 2017
Eau Claire Regional Arts Center – The State Theatre
Tickets: Website
Phone: 715-832-2787
Group Tickets: 715-832-2787

Green Bay, WI
March 31, 2017
Weidner Center for the Performing Arts
Tickets: Website (Single Tickets On Sale July 29)
Phone: 800-895-0071
Group Tickets 800-895-0071

Madison, WI
April 2, 2017
Overture Center for the Arts – Capitol Theater
Presenter: Overture Center for the Arts
Tickets: Website (Single Tickets on sale July 9 for Overture Patrons and Aug 27 for general public)
Phone: 608.258.4141
Group Tickets: 608.258.4159

Fairfield, IA
April 7, 2017
Sondheim Center for the Performing Arts / Fairfield Arts & Convention Center
Tickets: Website (Single Tickets on Sale July 25)
Phone: 641-472-2787
Group Tickets: 641-472-2787

Cedar Falls, IA
April 8, 2017
Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center
Tickets: Website
Phone: 1-877-549-SHOW (7469)
Group Tickets: 319-273-3660

Lawrence, KS
April 9, 2017
Lied Center of Kansas
Tickets: Website
Phone: 785-864-2787
Group Tickets: 785-864-2787

Wabash, IN
April 20, 2017
Honeywell Center
Tickets: Website (Single Tickets on Sale 7/27)
Phone: 260-563-1102
Group Tickets: 260-563-1102

Benton Harbor, MI
April 22, 2017
The Mendel Center at Lake Michigan College
Tickets: Website
Phone: 269-927-1221
Group Tickets: 269-927-1221

Carmel, IN
April 23, 2017
The Palladium @ The Center for the Performing Arts
Tickets: Website (Single Tickets On Sale August 2)
Phone: 317.843.3800
Group Tickets: 317.819.3503

Midland, MI
April 25, 2017
Auditorium / Midland Center for the Arts
Tickets: Website
Phone: 800-523-7649
Group Tickets: 800-523-7649

Bradford, PA / University of Pittsburgh
May 2, 2017
Bromeley Family Theater, Blaisdell Hall presented by Pitt-Bradford Artss
Tickets: Website (Single Ticket On Sale August 1)
Phone: 814-362-5113
Group Tickets: 814-362-5113

Buffalo, NY
May 4, 2017
University at Buffalo Center for the Arts
Tickets: Website (Tickets on sale 9/9)
Phone: 1-888-223-6000
Group Tickets: (716) 645-6771

Easton, PA
May 6, 2017
State Theatre
Tickets: Website (Single Tickets on sale Aug 3)
Phone: 1-800-999-STATE(7828) or 610-252-3132
Group Tickets: 610-252-3132

Lancaster, PA / Millersville University
May 7, 2017
The Winter Center, Millersville University, Arts at Millersville
Tickets: Website
Phone: 717-871-7600
Group Tickets: 717-871-7600

Concord, NH
May 10, 2017
Capitol Center for the Arts
Tickets: Website
Phone: 603-225-1111
Group Tickets: 603-225-1111

Stamford, CT
May 12, 2017
The Palace Theatre
Tickets: TBD
Phone: (203) 325-4466
Group Tickets: (203) 325-4466

Manasass, VA
May 14, 2017
Hylton Performing Arts Center at George Mason University
Tickets: Website (Single Tickets on Sale 3/13/17)
Phone: 888-945-2468
Group Tickets: 703-993-7758

Princeton, WV
May 16, 2017
The Chuck Mathena Center
Tickets: Website (Single Tickets on Sale 3/13/17)
Phone: 304 425-5128
Group Tickets: 304 425-5128

Columbus, OH
May 21, 2017
Palace Theatre presented by CAPA
Single Tickets On Sale: Friday, August 19 at 10am
Ticketing Link: Website (Tickets on sale 8/19)
Phone: 614-469-0939
Group Tickets: 614-719-6900



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