Sisters doing it for themselves in Cincinnati

April 9, 2013 by  

The Broadway hit Sister Act is coming to the Procter and Gamble Hall, the largest theater at Aronoff Center for the Arts in Cincinnati, running from late April until mid-May.

The musical comedy has been an extremely popular play for years and will feature original music by Alan Menken. It follows a story of a woman with a disco diva attitude witnessing a crime and then being placed under hidden protection in a convent.

The show is on national tour and features top performances by actors Ta’Rea Campbell, Hollis Resnik, Kinglsley Leggs, E. Clayton, Florrie Bagel, and Lael Van Keuren.

The venue seats 2,719 people and is complete with a sophisticated stage, a hi-tech sound and lighting system, and an unusually attractive ceiling with thousands of optic lenses put together to create the appearance of starlight. The colors of teal, ochre, and terra-cotta in contrast with the brass and cherry wood décor present a comfortable, upbeat ambiance.

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Tickets for Sister Act are on sale via the venue’s website with prices set according to location and availability. Group rates are also available. Questions should be directed to a ticketing agent at 513-621-ARTS.

The Broadway show will open April 30 and run through May 12, 2013.