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XANADU

Book by Douglas Carter Beane

Music and Lyrics by Jeff Lynne and John Farrar

Based on the Universal Pictures film with a screenplay by Richard Danus and Marc Rubel 

April 4-27, 2024

8 PM Thursdays-Saturdays

Additional performances 2 PM Sunday, April 14 and Sunday, April 21

Xanadu follows the journey of a magical and beautiful Greek muse who descends from the heavens of Mount Olympus to Venice Beach, California. It’s 1980 and she’s on a quest to inspire a struggling artist to achieve the greatest creation of all time – the first ROLLER DISCO! But when she falls into forbidden love with a mortal, her jealous sisters take advantage of the situation and chaos abounds.

CAST

Kira [Clio]: Shannon Campbell

Sonny Malone: Phil Leveling

Danny Maguire [Zeus]: Scott Degitz-Fries

Calliope [Aphrodite]: Sarah Gene Dowling

Melpomene [Medusa]: Chelsie Johnston

Thalia: Mateo Bluemel

Euterpe: Lauren Tenenbaum

Erato: Katie Orr

Terpsicore: Drew Mizell

 

Ensemble

Lindsey Grojean

Madison Mesiti


BEHIND THE SCENES
Directed by Justin Been

Music Direction by Leah Schultz

Choreography by Mike Hodges

Costume Design by Colleen Michelson

Lighting Design by Tyler Duenow

TICKET INFORMATION

Box Office/Will Call opens 1 hour prior to performance. Tower Grove Abbey is a “general seating” theatre. The receipt from tickets purchased online will act as your entry ticket until you check in at the Box Office.

 

All tickets are non-refundable. Individual tickets are not exchangeable. Any tickets that are not picked up by ten (10) minutes prior to curtain will be released to waiting customers.
 

Subscribers may exchange tickets up to 48 hours in advance of a performance. Missed subscriptions that are not addressed within 24 hours will not be able to be exchanged.

ACCESSIBLE PERFORMANCES

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ASL Interpretation

 

The 4/5, 4/12, 4/19, and 4/26 performances will be presented with ASL interpretation by students from Southwestern Illinois College.

 

ASL interpreted performances are suitable for audience members who are Deaf, deafened, or have hearing loss. They can also be valuable for people who are learning ASL.

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