||Norton Center to celebrate 30th anniversary with big season
RELEASED: Aug. 28, 2003
DANVILLE, KYMichael Flatley's Lord of the Dance; CATS, the longest running show in theatre history; and one of the greatest orchestras in the world, the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, headline the upcoming 30th anniversary season at Centre College's Norton Center for the Arts.
The program schedule also includes four Broadway shows, superb international classical music and dance performances and concerts by some of the world's leading popular performers. Subscription tickets to the Center's three series, as well as single tickets for three special events, are now on sale through the Norton Center box office.
The Norton Center's managing director, George Foreman, says: "The Norton Center is proud of the performances it has brought during the past 30 years, and for this year's series, we're pleased to bring to Kentucky a variety of the world's most outstanding artists. As the Norton Center enters its fourth decade, we remain committed to bringing the highest quality performances to the students of Centre College and to our patrons."
Other performances include Swan Lake, Porgy and Bess, Roberta Flack, the Four Tops, Neil Sedaka and many more.
For the 2003-04 season calendar, go to http://www.centre.edu/nc/currentseason.html.
The College's Norton Center for the Arts is an internationally acclaimed performing arts center that annually brings to Centre a series of acclaimed musical groups, Broadway shows, individual performances and other works from the performing arts. A complete series schedule and subscription information are available upon request. You can also learn more by visiting http://www.centre.edu/nc/.
For more information, call the Norton Center box office at (859) 236-4692 or toll free 1-877-HIT-SHOW (448-7469). Box office hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
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