Date change for Sutton Foster In Concert

May 4, 2015

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

May 4, 2015

Contacts:

Cindy Hughes Anliker                                        Sophia Ahmad

Communications Manger                                   Director of Marketing & Public Relations
Des Moines Performing Arts                              Des Moines Symphony
(515) 246-2368   or (515) 556-5544                       (515) 280-4000, ext. 4011
cindyha@DesMoinesPerformingArts.org            sophia@DMSymphony.org

Date Change for Sutton Foster In Concert at the Civic Center
Concert Rescheduled for Saturday, April 30, 2016
DES MOINES, Iowa – Des Moines Performing  Arts and the Des Moines Symphony announced today a date change for Sutton Foster In Concert with the Des Moines Symphony. The concert, originally scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 20, 2016 at the Des Moines Civic Center at 7:30 p.m., has been moved to Saturday, April 30, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. at the Civic Center. View complete concert details at www.DesMoinesPerformingArts.org.

Tickets are currently available only to Season Ticket Holders for the 2015-2016 Willis Broadway Series and the 2015-2016 Des Moines Symphony season. If ticket holders have questions, they can contact the Civic Center Ticket Office at 515-246-2300.

Tickets for Sutton Foster In Concert will go on sale to the general public at a later date.

About Sutton Foster
Sutton Foster is a Tony® Award-winning actor, singer and dancer who has performed in 11 Broadway shows – most recently the revival of VIOLET – and originated roles in the Broadway productions of THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, LITTLE WOMEN, YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN, SHREK THE MUSICAL, and her Tony Award-winning performances in ANYTHING GOES and THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE. For more information about Foster, visit www.suttonfoster.com.

About Des Moines Performing Arts
Des Moines Performing Arts is a private not-for-profit organization celebrating 35 years of presenting the performing arts to Iowa and the surrounding states on three stages in Des Moines – the Civic Center, Stoner Theater and the Temple Theater. The organization also operates Cowles Commons (formerly Nollen Plaza), a longtime Des Moines landmark currently under redesign and renovation. Des Moines Performing Arts is a presenter of major Broadway and educational touring companies, performers and groups, and is home to many local and regional groups, including the Des Moines Symphony. All performances of the Broadway Series are supported by Willis Auto Campus. All performances at the Temple Theater are supported by Prairie Meadows. All performances of the Family Series are supported by Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield. For more information, visit DesMoinesPerformingArts.org.

About the Des Moines Symphony
The Des Moines Symphony is a not-for-profit, professional orchestra formed in 1937 to enrich, educate and inspire the community by performing great orchestral music. The Symphony Association, governed by a volunteer Board of Trustees and operating on an annual budget of more than $3 million, supports the Symphony Academy and its numerous music education programs including three youth orchestras, and supports the Des Moines Symphony Orchestra which performs seven pairs of Masterworks concerts, Pops concerts including the traditional New Year’s Eve Pops, education, outreach and family concerts,  and other special events in its home at the Des Moines Civic Center. The Des Moines Symphony also produces and performs the annual Yankee Doodle Pops concert in July on the grounds of the Iowa State Capitol, which for the past several years attracted more than 100,000, the largest single day attendance of any concert event in the State.  -DMSO-

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