Triumph over adversity the key to upcoming play
August 28, 2013 by Mark
Seeing in this weekend, The Man of La Mancha is a staged concert based on a renowned classic musical, telling the tragi-comic tale of Don Quixote. The production has probably been promoted using poster printing, brochure printing, and flyer printing so that theater lovers in the area do not miss out.
The storyline was created by Minguel de Cervantes y Saavedra, and deals with how man often struggles with bettering himself and keeping a step ahead of world surrounding him. One of messages behind the classic tale is that the underdog can overcome all odds to become the victor, with a musical score to suit this theme.
Within the production, Don Quixote relates his credo ‘The Impossible Dream’ in what is described by the hosting venue, Randall’s Warehouse Theatre, as “one of the most moving moments in musical theatre.” The production has been put together by Toni Holley, with Brian Alec Thom as Musical Director. They invite people to come and see how the spirit can be lifted higher as triumph is gained against extremely difficult odds.
General tickets to this production cost $15 per person. The Man of La Mancha will be performed from Friday, August 30th to Sunday, September 15th at 7:00 pm at the Randall’s Warehouse Theatre located at 10 E. 3rd Street in Medford, Oregon. Matinee performances are available at 1:00 pm. To purchase tickets, or find out about matinee performance, please visit the Randall Theater website or call its box office.