November 8, 2019
Mt Healthy High School Theater
8101 Hamilton Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45231
$10 in advance, online or $15 at the door. General Admission Seating
The soulful sounds of Motown will bring you to your feet, wanting more! P. Ann Everson-Price and her band will take you on a musical journey, sharing the history behind the music of the most iconic ladies of Motown. Take a step back in time to learn the struggles, triumph and tragedies - as well as the strength, courage and wisdom that brought legends like Diana Ross, The Supremes, The Marvelettes, Martha and the Vandellas, Mary Wells and Gladys Knight to the top of the charts. The Mt. Healthy High School choir, under the direction of Everett Moore, will interject youth and vigor into the show with an encore performance, proving the music of Motown transcends time. It will be a night to remember and one not to miss.
Iconic Ladies of Motown on Stage
Friday, November 8, 2019
A collaboration with ArtsConnect, Mt Healthy City Schools and the Cincinnati Arts Association will bring a new musical experience to the community. Tickets are now on sale for The Iconic Ladies of Motown. Share in the history and the music of Motown legends like The Supremes, The Marvelettes, Gladys Knight and many others. The Mt Healthy high school choir will be integrated into the show during certain performances. This show will be held at the theater at Mt Healthy High School.
TIME, LOCATION AND TICKETS
This special production is made possible with a partnership between ArtsConnect, the Mt Healthy School District and Cincinnati Arts Association. It is part of the Power of Her project, coordinated by ArtsWave and Procter & Gamble.
Presented by: ArtsConnect
Date: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2019
Show Location: Mt HEALTHY THEATER - 8101 Hamilton Avenue
Time: The show will begin at 7 p.m.
The theater is general admission seating, first come first serve. The doors will open at 6:15 p.m.
Tickets $10 in advance online, until sold out.
If tickets remain, at the door tickets will be $15
For ticketing assistance or questions, call ArtsConnect at 522-2108.