MINOR KEYS A Delightfully Dark Original Theatrical Concert Comes to Chautauqua Hall

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MINOR KEYS A Delightfully Dark Original Theatrical Concert Comes to Chautauqua HallWhen seeking exciting things to do in South-Central Pennsylvania this October, search no further. Prima, a contemporary music and theatre organization, is presenting a swanky and delightfully dark original concert production.

Minor Keys is a hauntingly gorgeous evening, celebrating the bewitching side of pop music and musical theatre. It's your favorite songs in minor keys. Go on a thrilling journey with the cast as they plunge deep into a world of mystery. Beautiful ballads and dance-worthy bops chronicle a tale of four characters, who risk everything to find the redemption they've been longing. From "Roxanne" to "Girls Just Want to Have Fun," you will experience smash hits in a fresh way. Before the show, guests can grab a drink at the bar and mix and mingle with friends on the beautiful outdoor patio. Halloween has never been this engaging for people over the age of twelve.

This will be Prima's final performance as a nomadic organization. Recently announced, Prima has taken residency of what was formerly known as the Hamilton Ballroom. Currently under a massive renovation, this new performance and special events venue will open this December with a celebratory concert of Piano Men. More information can be found at primaFWD.org. Minor Keys marks the end of an era as the final performance from Prima in its venue-hopping days.

The Minor Keys ensemble is brimming with the region's finest talent. Over twenty performers and a live band take the stage, featuring Kalyn Byers, Emily Rodriguez, and Breanne Sensenig. Reji Woods is a highlight performer, recently seen on Netflix's Orange Is the New Black as well as appearing as the Lion in the NYC Central Park production of The Wiz. Minor Keys is directed by Elizabeth Lucas, co-founder of the New York Music Theatre Festival.

Tickets start at $26.00 and are available by phone or website: 717-327-5124, primalancaster.org.

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