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TICKET PRICE:

$5 General Admission

$4 Seniors 60+

 

Box Office Opens 1 Hour before Showtime

 

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X-Men: Days of Future Past
Friday - Sunday October 24 - 26
Starring Hugh Jackman, Patric Stewart & Ian McKellen


The X-Men send Wolverine to the past in a desperate effort to change history and prevent an event that results in doom for both humans and mutants.

 

The filmmakers selected the "Days of Future Past" storyline because it would allow the filmmakers to reconcile any continuity dissonances within the "X-Men" film series. The time-travel element also allowed actors from the original film series and the intended reboot that was X-Men: First Class (2011) to appear in the same film together.

 

Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen were performing in a touring production of Waiting for Godot when Bryan Singer approached the actors about reprising their respective roles as Professor X and Magneto. According to McKellen, both men were utterly shocked as they thought they'd passed their roles on to James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender, and would never play the characters again. Both Stewart and McKellen were delighted to return to two of their most popular roles, and to work with the younger actors playing the same characters as well.

 

This film ties a record previously held by The Dark Knight Rises (2012) for the most Academy Award-nominated actors in a single comic book movie. While The Dark Knight Rises (2012) starred seven nominees with an additional nominee appearing via archive footage (eight in total), this film features eight: Halle Berry, Michael Fassbender, Hugh Jackman, Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Lerner, Ian McKellen, Ellen Page and Anna Paquin.


Fri & Sat, Oct 24 & 25  7:30pm
Sun, Oct 26  4:00pm

2014 Rated PG-13 | 131 minutes
 
 

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FREE TO THE PUBLIC:

Open Seating

 

Box Office Opens 1 Hour before Showtime

 

House Opens 30 minutes before Showtime

 
Conversations That Matter
Thursday Only! October 30   7:00pm
Sponsored by the Harmony/Zelienople Ministerium

 

A ministerium is where various pastors come from all over the community — some Protestant, some Catholic — that come together to help and serve that community. 

 

In this case, The Harmony/Zelienople Ministerium would like to help you have Conversations That Matter, a series of open and respectful discussions on issues of life and faith that we all hold in common.  

 

A discussion panel made up of local, community and spiritual leaders will act as moderators.  The moderators hope to spur a meaningful dialogue among all of those in attendance to address these topics and seek out answers that can help us deal with these issues and challenges.

 

The topic of this first Open Forum will be "Heaven and Hell:  Are They Real?"  This conversation is about where we go when we die and how we get there.  Do good people go to Hell?  Do all people go to Heaven?  How do we know?  Does it even matter?

This forum is open to the public and free of charge.  People from all walks of life are invited to attend and participate.  Following the one hour panel discussion, we encourage everyone to carry on the conversation over dessert at one of our fine local restaurants.   For more information or questions on the forum, please call Pastor Mark Sentell at 724-991-5911.

Thu Only, Oct 30  7:00pm
Doors Open approximately  6:30pm
 
 

FOR MORE INFO
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TICKET PRICE:

$5 General Admission

$4 Seniors 60+

 

Box Office Opens 1 Hour before Showtime

 

House Opens 30 minutes before Showtime

 
Godzilla - 2010s You Pick It Winner
Saturday & Sunday Only!  Nov 1 & 2
You Chose Our Final Centennial Film that Closes our Year-Long Celebration!

 

                     The 2010s

 

The world's most famous monster is pitted against malevolent creatures who, bolstered by humanity's scientific arrogance, threaten its very existence.

 

Director Gareth Edwards described Godzilla as an anti-hero. "Godzilla is definitely a representation of the wrath of nature. The theme is man versus nature and Godzilla is certainly the nature side of it. You can't win that fight. Nature's always going to win and that's what the subtext of our movie is about. He's the punishment we deserve."

 

The film contains 960 visual effects shots. The 3D model of Godzilla, made up of 500,000 polygons, appears in 327 shots. Had the graphics been designed on a single computer, it would have taken 450 years to render.

 

Sat, Nov 1  7:30pm
Sun, Nov 2  4:00pm

The Strand will be CLOSED on Friday, October 31 so our dedicated Volunteers can enjoy Halloween with their kids and families.  We wish everyone a happy and safe holiday!

Free Collectible Pin! Each month, we'll offer a commemorative pin for a program that celebrates a decade in Strand history, patterned after the style of pin offered by the historic theater decades ago!  You can NOT buy them, they are available only with your paid admission!  Did you collect them all?
 
 

FOR MORE INFO
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TICKET PRICE:

$5 General Admission

$4 Seniors 60+

 

Box Office Opens 1 Hour before Showtime

 

House Opens 30 minutes before Showtime

 
Maleficent
Friday & Sunday Only! November 7 & 9
Starring Angelina Jolie, Elle Fanning & Sharite Copley


A vengeful fairy is driven to curse an infant princess, only to discover that the child may be the one person who can restore peace to their troubled land.

 

All the actors and actresses in Maleficent were partly chosen to be in the movie based on their uncanny resemblances and/or likeness to their respective character counterparts in Disney's Sleeping Beauty (1959). Angelina Jolie worked very closely with the costume and make-up designers to develop Maleficent's menacing look. Disney executives objected, hoping to take advantage of Jolie's beauty in marketing the film, but the actress insisted that the character maintain the scarier look of the animated incarnation.

 

On the second day of the 2013 Disney D23 Expo at the Anaheim Convention Center, Saturday, August 10, 2013, Angelina Jolie admitted that she scared little kids while in costume on the set, with one kid actually saying, "Mommy, please get the mean witch to stop talking to me." She adds that her daughter, Vivienne Jolie-Pitt, played young Aurora, and was the only kid who wasn't scared of her

 

As a co-producer, Angelina Jolie insisted that the dialogue in Aurora's christening sequence has to be written word-by-word and based exactly from the original animated film because she feels that it was the main core and setup of the entire film. But the new story does differ from the original scene because Maleficent originally cursed Aurora with death after pricking her finger. Then, the final fairy uses her gift to change the spell from death to slumber. There's also a blink-and-miss cameo(one second shot) of Jolie's two children, Pax and Zahara in that sequence as well.


Friday, November 7  7:30pm
Sunday, November 9,  4:00pm

2014 Rated PG | 97 minutes
 
 

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TICKET PRICE:

$20 -$25 Reserved Seating

 

Box Office Opens 2 Hours before Showtime

 

House Opens 1/2 Hour before Showtime

 
Barbra & Frank: The Concert That Never Was
Saturday Only!  November 8
Starring Sebastion Anzaldo & Sharon Owens

It is unlikely that the two powerhouse voices of the century would have ever shared the same stage…until now! Two great artists paying tribute to their characters, singing the most memorable music and songs ever written.  They never worked together, exactly, except when they taped a duet in separate recording sessions, but it’s tantalizing to think what it would have been like to have Barbra Streisand and Frank Sinatra teamed up for a concert tour. Just imagine the possibilities. Would one have outshone the other? Would their on stage banter have been friendly or a bit snippy?

Recently, Sharon Owens was crowned the winner of the hit TV show on Fox called Performing As… Her national success has created a whirlwind of Barbra fans waiting to see Sharon’s famous tribute. Since her TV success, she has been seen on Access Hollywood, Extra, Entertainment Tonight and even paid a visit to the Family Feud.  She has been performing her “Tribute to Barbra Streisand” to critical acclaim nationwide in major showrooms, for corporate events and as a Headliner in Las Vegas.

Sebastian Anzaldo is fast becoming one of the top “Sinatra” interpreters in the country. In just a few short years, he has honed his act to perfecting the essence of the musical icon. With the voice, looks and mannerisms of ‘Ol Blue Eyes, Sebastian has wowed audiences from coast to coast.  As word got out that there was a new ‘Chairman’ in town, he got a call to star in ‘The Tribute To The Rat Pack’ currently running at The Greek Isle in Vegas. This in turn led to his current show – headlining with Sharon Owens as Barbra Streisand in the wonderful “Barbra & Frank, The Concert That Never Was…” at the Westin Causarina Hotel and Casino”.

Now, these two incredible talents have hit the road and The Strand is pleased and proud to be the exclusive venue for their Pittsburgh Metro stop.  You won't find this show downtown or anywhere else within 90 miles of Zelienople!  Do not miss this one!

Saturday Only!  Novebmer 8   2 Shows  2pm & 8pm
 
 

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TICKET PRICE:

$5 General Admission

$4 Seniors 60+

 

Box Office Opens 1 Hour before Showtime

 

House Opens 30 minutes before Showtime

 
How to Train Your Dragon 2
Friday - Sunday, November 14 - 16
Starring the Voices of Jay Baruchel, Cate Blanchett & Gerard Butler


When Hiccup and Toothless discover an ice cave that is home to hundreds of new wild dragons and the mysterious Dragon Rider, the two friends find themselves at the center of a battle to protect the peace.

 

When offered the sequel, Dean DeBlois accepted it on condition he can turn it into a trilogy. For the sequel, he intended to revisit the films of his youth, with Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) having the pivotal inspiration for the film. "What I loved especially about Empire is that it expanded Star Wars in every direction: emotionally, its scope, characters, fun. It felt like an embellishment and that's the goal." Dean further explained, "I find it dangerous to second-guess the audience. I want to make the movie which I want to see. As a kid, I loved films that had a darker side and were emotionally challenging.... The Empire Strikes Back was a big influence. It offered a heightened sense of emotion. It really served as a tonal model." 

 

Dean DeBlois asked Cate Blanchett to play the role of Valka during the 2011 awards season where How to Train Your Dragon (2010) was being campaigned for Academy Award recognition. "I told her that I had written the part for her in How To Train Your Dragon 2. And she smiled, saying that the (original) movie was "a big hit in her household with her three boys," said DeBlois. "I told her about the character, and I could see it blossoming in her mind." DeBlois wanted Blanchett to play Valka, because he knew she could strike the right balance of "rich and commanding," mixed with a sense of "regret and vulnerability" that the part called for.

Fri & Sat, Nov 14 & 15  7:30pm
Sun, Nov 16,  4:00pm

2014 Rated PG | 102 minutes
 
 

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TICKET PRICE:

$5 General Admission

$4 Seniors 60+

 

Box Office Opens 1 Hour before Showtime

 

House Opens 30 minutes before Showtime

 
Elf
Friday - Sunday, November 21 - 23
Starring Will Ferrell & James Caan


We kick off our season of Christmas favorites with this tale of a man (Ferrell) raised as an elf at the North Pole.  After inadvertently wreaking havoc on the elf community due to his ungainly size, he is sent in search of his true identity.

 

While certainly produced and billed as a family Christmas film for 'contemporary' audiences, Elf is chock full of tips-of-the-hat to classic holiday films.   The outside of Gimbel's is a digitally altered view of the 34th Street  Macy's, a reference to Miracle on 34th Street (1947).  Gimbel's was Macy's main competition, but has long since closed.  The elf Ming Ming, who appears briefly in the beginning of the film, is played by Peter Billingsley, who starred as Ralphie Parker in the classic holiday film A Christmas Story (1983).

 

An interesting footnote about this modern-day favorite is toward the end of the film.  Santa is showing Michael his 'nice' list, and everyone listed worked on the movie: Victoria Down (key makeup artist) wants an English riding saddle with leathers and a crop; Drew Davidson (chief lighting technician) wants Rock-em Sock-em Robots; Andreas Nieman (assistant property master) wants a complete set of titanium drivers and a new golf glove; Nathan Tichenor (co-production coordinator) wants an Apple iBook with 1GB hard drive and a built-in CD burner; Jimmy Miller (exec. producer) wants a Hot Wheels turbo ultra race track with six cars, power launcher and track cleaner, and Penny Gibbs (unit production mgr.) wants an Old MacDonald Farm Kit with Battery Operated Tractor and a Remote Controlled Cow-Tipper.


Fri & Sat, Nov 21 & 22  7:30pm
Sun, Nov 23,  4:00pm

2003 Rated PG | 97 minutes
 
 

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TICKET PRICE:

$5 General Admission

$4 Seniors 60+

 

Box Office Opens 1 Hour before Showtime

 

House Opens 30 minutes before Showtime

 
White Christmas
Friday - Sunday, November 28 - 30
Starring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye & Rosemary Clooney


One of the world's best known and most beloved Christmas Carols made its debut in 1942's Holiday Inn starring Crosby and Fred Astaire. More than 10 years later, this film was produced around the already fabled song title, & was the first film produced in Paramount's wide screen process "VistaVision".

 

The original idea was to reunite Crosby with Holiday Inn co-star Fred Astaire.  But Astaire refused, as he had 'retired' at the time, so the part was reworked for Donald O'Connor.  O'Connor pulled out due to illness,and the part was again reworked at the last minute for Danny Kaye.  While not as well-received as its predecessor at the time, White Christmas has become a seasonal staple, charming generations of audiences over the years.

 

Crosby and Kaye play a successful song-and-dance team who become romantically involved with a sister act and team up to save the failing Vermont inn of their former WWII commanding general.

 

Parents, when your kids groan at the suggestion of seeing this film, drag them out anyway. It may be years before they admit to how much they loved it, but they will! This funny and lively musical will really get the whole family into the Christmas Spirit. 


Fri & Sat, Nov 28 & 29  7:30pm
Sun, Nov 30,  4:00pm

1954 Unrated | 120 minutes
 
 

FOR MORE INFO
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TICKET PRICE:

$15 -$20 Adult Reserved Seating

$10 - $15 Kids Under 12

 

Box Office Opens 2 Hours before Showtime

 

House Opens 1/2 Hour before Showtime

 
Rudolph, Frosty, The Grinch & Friends
Saturday Matinees Only!  Nov 29, Dec 13 & 20
Celebrating the Music of Your Favorite Christmas TV Specials!

Did you grow up on classic Christmas TV shows like Rudolph, Frosty and The Grinch?  What about Year without a Santa Clause, The Little Drummer Boy or even Nestor, The Long-Eared Christmas Donkey?  Did you fall asleep humming the catchy jazz of Vince Guaraldi from A Charlie Brown Christmas?

Then do we have a show for you, Live On Stage!

 Rudolph, Frosty, The Grinch & Friends celebrates the music from these classic shows from the 1960s & 70s.  Five cast members are on stage getting ready for their annual Christmas party.  As they decorate the tree and serve hot cocoa, they fondly reminisce about these shows and perform the songs alongside The Strand Theater Ensemble while video highlights and animations are projected onto an oversized backdrop.



Now you can relive the music of your childhood and share it with your kids in this funny, fast-paced show guaranteed to capture their attention and imagination!  From Sliver and Gold through Hark, The Herald Angels Sing Charlie Brown-style, you and your family will be serenaded with some of the most memorable and beloved music of the Christmas season while enjoying clips from these shows and other festive animations
!

Priced for the whole family, Rudolph & Friends is a genuine bargain for professional, live theater, and has become a cherished annual tradition for patrons from all over the region.  Just like the Radio City Rockettes, or A Musical Christmas Carol, it's just not Christmas until you've seen Rudoplh, Frosty, The Grinch & Friends at The Strand!

Saturday Matinees  Nov 29, Dec 13 & 20  2pm
 
 

FOR MORE INFO
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TICKET PRICE:

$39 Reserved Seating

 

Box Office Opens 2 Hours before Showtime

 

House Opens 1/2 Hour before Showtime

 
The Celtic Tenors
Monday & Tuesday Only!  December 1 & 2

The trio brings their Christmas concert back to Zelienople

 

Expect to be swept away by Celtic renditions of your favorite Christmas music as well as classical and popular versions that will have you awash in the Yuletide spirit.

 

In addition, you'll enjoy selections from the Tenors' many albums recorded over the years from traditional, to pop and opera standards all performed in their distinctive Celtic style!
 

It is a genuine privilege to be able to present this renowned, international trio that has performed in concert halls, arenas and even stadiums the world over in the intimate setting of The Strand Theater for the fourth straight year.

 

 

The Celtic Tenors.....

Have sung leading roles with top opera companies and performed in oratorio and concerts across the globe

 

Have appeared on TV across the USA, Canada and Europe.

 

Headlined Irish and Celtic Festivals in Europe and the USA and performed with orchestras including the BBC Concert Orchestra, The National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland, the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra

 

The Celtic Tenors' live show is an experience overflowing with vitality and variety from start to finish. The unique voices, charm and wit of Daryl, James and Matthew combine in an emotive journey with a thoroughly uplifting experience. Their voices and personalities shine through alongside their undeniable Celtic charm.

 

DON'T WAIT! THESE SHOWS DO SELL OUT! Order your tickets today and reserve the best available seats for this unique and EXCLUSIVE regaional presentation! 


Monday & Tuesday Only!  Dec. 1 & 2  7:30pm
 
 

FOR MORE INFO
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FREE TO THE PUBLIC:

Open Seating

 

Box Office Opens 1 Hour before Showtime

 

House Opens 30 minutes before Showtime

 
Conversations That Matter
Thursday Only! December 4   7:00pm
Sponsored by the Harmony/Zelienople Ministerium

 

A ministerium is where various pastors come from all over the community — some Protestant, some Catholic — that come together to help and serve that community. 

 

In this case, The Harmony/Zelienople Ministerium would like to help you have Conversations That Matter, a series of open and respectful discussions on issues of life and faith that we all hold in common.  

 

A discussion panel made up of local, community and spiritual leaders will act as moderators.  The moderators hope to spur a meaningful dialogue among all of those in attendance to address these topics and seek out answers that can help us deal with these issues and challenges.

 

The topic of this Open Forum will be "Are All Religions The Same?"  In a world of mixed religious messages, how do we figure out what to believe?  Do Islam and Christianity and Buddhism share the same God?  What about all of the different Christian churches?  Are Baptists and Presbyterians and Catholoics all the same?  Does it
matter?

This forum is open to the public and free of charge.  People from all walks of life are invited to attend and participate.  Following the one hour panel discussion, we encourage everyone to carry on the conversation over dessert at one of our fine local restaurants.   For more information or questions on the forum, please call Pastor Mark Sentell at 724-991-5911.

Thu Only, December 4  7:00pm
Doors Open approximately  6:30pm
 
 

FOR MORE INFO
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TICKET PRICE:

$5 General Admission

$4 Seniors 60+

 

Box Office Opens 1 Hour before Showtime

 

House Opens 30 minutes before Showtime

 
The Polar Express
Friday - Sunday, December 5 - 7
Starring the Voice of Tom Hanks

Hanks voices many roles in this heartwarming tale that has become a contemporary classic and holiday favorite.

 

Santa Claus does not exist. Or does he? For one doubting boy, an astonishing event occurs. Late on Christmas Eve, he lies in bed hoping to hear the sound of reindeer bells from Santa's sleigh. When, to his surprise, a steam engine's roar and whistle can be heard outside his window.

 

The conductor invites him on board to take an extraordinary journey to the North Pole with many other pajama-clad children. There, he receives an extraordinary gift only those who still believe in Santa can experience.

The film used 3D motion capture techniques to digitally record the physical performances of the actors before "skinning" them with their animated forms. All the children's roles were acted by adults using oversized props to get the movement right.

The locomotive in the movie is based on the Pere Marquette 1225, a restored steam locomotive located in Owosso, MI. In fact, many of the sound effects of the film's train are recordings of the actual train. The train is often run between Owosso and nearby Chesaning for rides during festivals. 


Fri & Sat, Dec 5 & 6  7:30pm
Sun, Dec 7,  4:00pm

2004 Rated PG | 100 minutes
 
 

FOR MORE INFO
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TICKET PRICE:

$25 -$35 Reserved Seating

 

Box Office Opens 2 Hours before Showtime

 

House Opens 1/2 Hour before Showtime

 
It's A USO Christmas
December 12 - 14
Swing into that Good Old-Fashioned Christmas Spirit

It’s a USO Christmas takes you back in time to enjoy your favorite Christmas songs at their classic best! Nostalgia takes the stage as The Strand presents a professional concert that pays tribute to those famous USO programs produced for our boys in uniform overseas back in the 1940s and 50s.  Expect non-stop music, comedy and ‘backstage’ hijinks.

 

It's a USO Christmas harkens back to the beloved variety shows made famous by the likes of Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Marilyn Monroe and The Andrews Sisters.  Artistic Director Ron Slanina pays tribute to these heroes of yesteryear with a fictional cast of characters and a story that weaves between on-stage performances and peaks 'behind the curtain' for added fun and frivolity. 

 

The Emcee is the wise-cracking host and crooner.  But holding the show together with these temperamental stars can be a challenge!

 

The Starlet is a voluptuous bombshell and flirty kitten, with a range that handles anything from the sultry 'Santa Baby' to the warm-hearted 'Christmas Song'.  But can she handle the G.I. who only has eyes for her?

 

The Broad is ‘Rosemary Clooney meets Bette Midler’. She's a true performer with soul, wit & heart wrapped up in a bawdy, funny gal. She makes you laugh, but can break your heart. 

 

The GI; young, handsome, idealistic, and sings like an angel. Well...an angel who can't keep his eyes off of The Starlet!


It's A USO Christmas has become one of those programs that has become synonymous with the Christmas season.  Fans make it a part of their yuletide traditions just like A Musical Christmas Carol or The Nutcracker.  But this is an EXCLUSIVE production of The Strand.  If you don't see it here, you won't see it anywhere else!

Friday & Saturday, December 12 & 13  8pm
Sunday Matinee,  December 14  2pm
 
 

FOR MORE INFO
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TICKET PRICE:

$5 General Admission

$4 Seniors 60+

 

Box Office Opens 1 Hour before Showtime

 

House Opens 30 minutes before Showtime

 
Miracle on 34th Street
Friday - Sunday, December 19 - 21
Starring Natalie Wood, Maureen O'Hara & John Payne

Few films over the generations have touched the American heartstrings like Miracle on 34th Street.  Often copied, but never duplicated, this 1947 gem takes the audience on a roller coaster ride of emotions, from humor to drama to heartache and back again.  At one time or another, we are all faced with the 'reality' of Santa Claus. Miracle on 34th Street addresses the topic in a way that we can all once again believe.

 

O'Hara plays no-nonsense Macy's Special Events Director Doris Walker.  When faced with having to replace her storefront 'Santa' who is too drunk to take part in the big Thanksgiving Day Parade, a kindly old gentlemen agrees to take his place.  Everyone is smitten with this new Santa until he claims to be 'THE' Kris Kringle.  Even Doris' daughter, Susan is taken with this jolly old fellow, even though she hasn't believed in Santa Claus for quite some time.

 

Threatened with being committed to an insane asylum, a young attorney (John Payne) decides to defend Mr. Kringle by proving that he is, indeed, the one and only Santa Claus.

 

Bring the kids to this one even if they don't seem thrilled with the idea of seeing an old black-and-white movie.  This is a true piece of Christmas Americana that will stay with them for years to come. 


Fri & Sat, Dec 19 & 20  7:30pm
Sun, Dec 21,  4:00pm

1947 Unrated | 96 minutes
 


FOR MORE INFO

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SINGLE TICKETS:

$25 - $35

Resevered Seating

 


This show is part
of The Strand's Signature
Subscription Series

 

Save Up to $15 Off the regular single ticket price with a 2 to 3 Show Subscription to the remaining Broadway On Main concerts and

Bible On Broadway

 

Box Office Opens
2 Hours before Showtime
.

 

House Opens 1/2 Hour before Showtime

 
Andrew Lloyd Webber - Revisited
JAN 30 - 31, 2015
The Strand Brings Back One of Broadway's Most Beloved Composers!
LIVE ON STAGE!!
Headlined by a Broadway or National Tour star and a stellar local supporting cast!

 

When The Strand presented its first Andrew Lloyd Webber concert in 2011, it was the first time we had to add a peformance!  There's no debate that the man behind such smash hits as Phantom of the Opera, Cats, Evita and Jesus Christ Superstar (to name a few) has become the most successful and most beloved modern day composer in Broadway history.  So it stands to reason that, if we were to 'return to the well', that Sir Webber would be the one.  That, and the constant shout-out of fans and patrons of the Broadway Series.

 

As this is the inaugural season for our all-new Broadway On Main subscription series, Andrew Lloyd Webber - Revisited will be a fresh take on this incredible composer.  Of course, you'll enjoy some of the great hits from the first concert, but with a songbook as think as Sir Webber's we'll be able to take you on an entirely new journey!

 

 

If you missed the first Andrew Lloyd Webber concert, this is your chance to make up for that horrendous error.  If you were here for the first go 'round, we promise that you won't regret returning for round 2!This concert will showcase a bona fide Broadway or National Tour star, alongside a stellar, local supporting cast as has become the signature of The Strand's EXCLUSIVE series that has grown up and is now called “Broadway On Main.”

Friday & Saturday

January 30 & 31, 2015  8 PM

$35 Single Tickets
$30 With Subscription CLICK HERE
$25 Promotional (restricted view)

 


FOR MORE INFO

724.742.0400

 

SINGLE TICKETS:

$25 - $35

Resevered Seating

 


This show is part
of The Strand's Signature
Subscription Series

 

Save Up to $15 Off the regular single ticket price with a 2 to 3 Show Subscription to the remaining Broadway On Main concerts and

Bible On Broadway

 

Box Office Opens
2 Hours before Showtime
.

 

House Opens 1/2 Hour before Showtime

 
Bible On Broadway
APR 17 - 19, 2015
Back by Popular Demand!
LIVE ON STAGE!!
Experience Creation to Celebration in this inspiring concert featuring music from Broadway's most popular shows based on The Good Book!

 

In 2014, The Strand broke new ground with this original program that showcases some of Broadway's most beloved music based on Biblical stories.  The combined adult cast and children's chorus brought tears of joy to so many patrons, we knew we had to bring it back.

 

If you missed this joyous concert, don't make the same mistake in 2015.  Bible On Broadway takes you on a musical journey from Creation to Resurrection, drawing inspiration from shows like Jesus Christ, Superstar, Godspell, Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Two By Two and more.  It's a truly inspired blend of music that will have you tapping your toes at some points, singing along at others and raising your eyes in praise at the next

 

 

Bible On Broadway is not a part of the Broadway On Main subscription series, but you can get it at the same discounted rate when you call the Box Office to place an order for a two or three show subscription!  Join us for all of the joy, tears and, yes, even plenty of  laughter for this inspired concert. 


Friday & Saturday, April 17 & 18, 8pm

Sunday, April 19  2pm

$35 Single Tickets
$30 With Subscription CLICK HERE
$25 Promotional (restricted view)

 


FOR MORE INFO

724.742.0400

 

SINGLE TICKETS:

$25 - $35

Resevered Seating

 


This show is part
of The Strand's Signature
Subscription Series

 

Save Up to $15 Off the regular single ticket price with a 2 to 3 Show Subscription to the remaining Broadway On Main concerts and

Bible On Broadway

Box Office Opens
2 Hours before Showtime
.

 

House Opens 1/2 Hour before Showtime

 
Broadway ROCKS!
MAY 15 & 16, 2015
The Strand Presents an All-New Broadway Concert Experience
LIVE ON STAGE!!

 

We've been pushing the envelope all year for our all-new Broadway On Main Subscription series, and now it's time to raise the roof! 

 

Many of Broadway's biggest smash hits aren't considered to be traditional musicals at all, but 'Rock Operas'.  Rock and Pop music has been exercising its influence on Broadway for decades, dating back to such memorable smash hits as Bye, Bye Birdie, Jesus Christ, Superstar (sound familiar?), Hair and Pippin.  In some cases, entire shows have been based on the music of specific artists like ABBA (Mama Mia!), The Who's TOMMY and Billy Joel (Movin' Out).  Most recently, 80s 'Hair Band' music was showcased in Rock Of Ages.

 

The Strand brings all that fantastic rock and pop music center stage in the all-new concert experience Broadway Rocks!  You'll want to dig out your lighters (or smartphone lighter apps) and wave them through the air when you hear some of your favorite smash hits from these incredible shows!

 

 

Broadway Rocks is something you've NEVER experienced at The Strand before, or anywhere else for that matter.  As much a rock concert as a Broadway tribute, the evening will include a very eclectic mix of music from a wide vareity of musicals and rock operas where the music was as much of the story as the plot and characters!

 

This will be one for the record books and something you will definitely not want to miss.  And you can get it at a discount when you subscribe to our all new signature series: “Broadway On Main.”

Friday & Saturday

May 15 & 16, 2015  8 PM

$35 Single Tickets
$30 With Subscription CLICK HERE
$25 Promotional (restricted view)

 
 
 
 
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