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Wharton Center 2013-2014 Individual Tickets on Sale Monday

Wharton Center 2013-2014 Individual Tickets on Sale Monday

By Stefanie Pohl. CREATED Aug 16, 2013

Individual tickets to most of Wharton Center’s 2013-2014 season go on sale to the general public Monday, August 19, 2013 at 10:00 a.m.

The on-sale includes MSU Federal Credit Union Broadway at Wharton Center attractions such as FLASHDANCE THE MUSICAL, GHOST THE MUSICAL, PETER AND THE STAR CATCHER, GERSHWINS’ PORGY AND BESS and MAMMA MIA!

Individual tickets to BEAUTY AND THE BEAST and THE BOOK OF MORMON will have separate on-sale dates closer to the productions. However, Bob Hoffman, Public Relations Manager for Wharton Center, says there are two ways of purchasing tickets to these shows ahead of time.

One way is to become a Wharton Center subscriber, where you buy five or more of the Broadway series shows or five or more of the performing arts shows. Tickets are discounted with this option.

The other way is to become a Trio Club member. Starting Monday, you can purchase tickets to three shows, including BEAUTY AND THE BEAST and THE BOOK OF MORMON, in addition to one other show, and get tickets now. This option does not offer a discount.

Hoffman says he is thrilled with this year's lineup of shows.

"I'm really excited about the new season. It's another great season. It starts off with a very talented artist that everyone seems to be talking about, who nearly sold out on subscription: Diana Krall. She has a new album out, and she'll be stopping right at Wharton Center for her tour."

Hoffman is also looking forward to Johnny Mathis on October 17th.

"I think no matter what generation you are, Johnny Mathis is just good. He's pure, he's awesome."

Yo-Yo Ma and Kathryn Stott's appearance on November 18th is another highlight on this year's schedule, according to Hoffman.

 

Get your individual tickets to the Wharton Center starting Monday, August 19th at 10:00AM by visiting www.whartoncenter.com, at the Wharton Center Box Office, or at 1-800-WHARTON.