University of Findlay's Donnell Broadway Concert Series with Andrea McArdle featuring Grammy nominated Broadway conductor Phil Reno
Sunday, Sept. 12, 2021
Winebrenner Building, TLB Auditorium
About Andrea McArdle
McArdle first gained recognition in 1977 when she took on the title role in the Broadway musical “Annie”. From this role, she became the youngest person ever to be nominated for a Tony Award. In addition to “Annie”, her other credits include Broadway productions of “Starlight Express”, “State Fair”, “Les Miserables”, “Beauty and the Beast”, the highly acclaimed national tour of “Jerry’s Girls”, the international tour of “Cabaret”, and the off-Broadway hit “NEWSical the Musical”.
Tickets are $30 for adults, $27 for senior citizens, $10 for non-UF students, and free for UF students, faculty, and staff with a valid University ID. Tickets can be purchased at the Marathon Center for the Performing Arts box office at 200 W. Main Cross St., or online at MCPA's website.
About the Donnell Broadway Concert Series
Thomas ’70 and Kathleen Donnell established the Thomas and Kathleen Donnell Broadway Concert Series Endowment Fund in conjunction with the University of Findlay’s Give Voice to your Values campaign. Each year, Tony Award-winners and other masters of stagecraft put on memorable shows at UF as Donnell Broadway Concert Series guest artists.