Long Center launches its own Broadway series

Editor’s note: This article was originally published May 15, 2013

The Long Center for the Performing Arts is launching its own series of touring Broadway shows.

Long Center officials say that audience surveys indicate a demand for Broadway fare. A four show series starts with “A Chorus Line,” July 24-28.

“Chorus Line” is a produced by Houston’s Theatre Under the Stars.

Other shows by national producers include “Godspell,” “Man of La Mancha ” and “Hair.”

For the past couple of seasons, the Long Center had partnered with Broadway Across America and UT’s Texas Performing Arts to present BAA’s roster of shows that typically come to Austin for a week, or more of shows.

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The Long Center booked its Broadway series to run two shows per production, except “Chorus Line.”

For more info see: thelongcenter.org/event/broadway-at-the-long-center/

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