Sources: MLive – By Eric Lacy| All Things Michael
DETROIT, MI — The Mosaic Youth Theatre’s first-ever tribute to Michael Jackson will take next month at The Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts.
The spring concert series called “Make that Change: The Music of Michael Jackson” will have shows on the following dates: 10 a.m. March 6, 8 p.m. March 7 and 4 p.m. March 8.
Mosaic Youth Theatre founder and artistic director Rick Sperling said in a press release the concert is “an amazing opportunity to see the range of talents Mosaic’s young artists possess.”
“Our young artists master challenging traditional choral selections and immediately transition to iconic Michael Jackson songs with full choreography,” Sperling said. “It’s a true showcase of their immense talent, and we are thrilled to present this to the region.”
“Make that Change” will open with a choral rendition of Jackson’s hit song “Human Nature”, and will fuse classical choral selections.
The second act, according to the press release, will be “full-out, Jackson-themed performances” with singing and choreography to hits like “Off the Wall,” “Thriller” and “Beat It.” Each show is expected to have performances of 27 songs.
Tickets for the performances are $24 for general admission and $16 for students and seniors with valid ID. Priority reserved seating is available for $32 per ticket. Children under five are not admitted.
The Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts is located at 350 Madison St. in Detroit. For more information visit musichall.org or mosaicdetroit.org.
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