BROADWAY STAR RETURNS TO HELP RAISE FUNDS FOR THEATER THAT HELPED JUMPSTART HIS CAREER
Fort Worth, TX – Jubilee Theatre is thrilled to present a one night only command performance featuring Jubilee royalty, Broadway star and Fort Worth native Major Attaway. A Night With Major Attaway & Friends is a fundraising initiative in celebration of Jubilee Theatre’s 39th birthday. Join us on Monday, June 17, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. at the Four Day Weekend Theater located at 312 Houston Street.
Attaway will also be joined on stage by fellow Fort Worth natives and Jubilee veterans Sheran Keyton and the Joe Rogers Trio along with newcomer, Kyle B. Spears. Under the musical direction of Joe Rogers, this cabaret-style program will take you on a journey as Major and friends rewind the hands of time reliving some of Jubilee’s best stage moments while sharing a few personal favorites. Attaway and Keyton have shared the stage in Jubilee classics like God’s Trombones, Ain’t Misbehaven, Little Shop of Horrors to name a few.
“What a tremendous treat to pair this trio of local talent together in honor of Jubilee Theatre’s mission and birthday,” states D. Wambui Richardson, Jubilee’s Artist Director. “Patrons will be privy to a revival of Jubilee’s founding spirit while ushering in a new generation of talent,” concludes Richardson.
Don’t hesitate to get your tickets today as seating is limited. Tickets are available within three tiers:
· Tier I $100 - Reserved premium seats within the first six rows plus access to a private pre-performance reception access.
· Tier II $75 – General Admission seating in rows 7-10
· Tier III $50 – General Admission seating in rows 11 and 12.
Tickets for may be purchased online at jubileetheatre.org, in person at Jubilee Theatre’s Box Office located at 506 Main Street, or by calling 817-338-4411. The Box Office hours of operation are Tuesday – Friday 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
About the Jubilee Theatre: Jubilee Theatre is the area’s original home of African American theater. Jubilee Theatre produces a full season of productions which gives voice to the African-American experience. Albeit, founded as an African American theater, Jubilee services over 17K patrons annually who are as diverse in ethnicity and socio-economic background as Fort Worth and its surrounding areas. Located in the heart of Sundance Square, Jubilee Theatre is a point of interest for both natives and tourists alike.