Spring has finally arrived, and you know what that means. It’s almost time for the Spring Dance Concert at the McGinnis Theater in Greenville, NC. The ECU Loessin Playhouse will stage six performances, starting on March 22 and running through March 26. Tickets start at $10, and that’s a deal considering how impressive this performance is each year. Get the details, and grab your seats while tickets are still available.
The Theme of the Spring Dance Concert
If you’re familiar with the Spring Dance Concert, you know each year has a special theme. This year, the performers will pay tribute to Kurt Weill. The German-American composer is known for creating music with a social purpose, and the performers will illustrate that through dance during the concert.
The performers will take you through the different phases of Weill’s life and career. The ECU Loessin Playhouse is keeping the details under wraps. However, given Weill’s long, impressive career, this will likely be an explosive performance. That’ll be especially true if it includes his collaboration with Bertolt Brecht. The men created the Threepenny Opera and other masterpieces together, so you’re in for a treat.
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Check Out the Next Performance
If you love the Spring Dance Concert, consider attending another ECU Loessin Playhouse performance. It’s ending its season with Pride and Prejudice on April 19-23. This is sure to be a thrilling take on the classic. While it’s a fantastic choice for people who are fans of the novel or films, it’ll also be a fantastic way to introduce yourself to the works of Jane Austen. Tickets for this performance also start at $10, so you won’t have to dip too far into your budget to see it.
The ECU Loessin Playhouse is in the middle of another phenomenal season, and it will get even better when performers take the stage for the Spring Dance Concert. Remember, this is a popular annual event, so don’t wait until the last minute to grab tickets. You don’t want to miss out since this is going to be the talk of the town.