11/03/2012 - 12/02/2012
World Premiere Production
Written by Todd Salovey
with Vaughn Armstrong, Dave Crossland and Jim Mooney
Directed by Todd Salovey
Musical Direction and Arrangements by Bruno Louchouarn
Back by popular demand!
From the American Revolution to the Occupy movement, music has served as a powerful agent of change in American history. The immortal folk song hails: "A change is gonna come." The gospel classic calls out: "Let it shine, let it shine, let it shine!" The civil rights anthem demands: "Keep your eyes on the prize. Hold on." Inspired by the work of Pete Seeger, "A Hammer, A Bell, and A Song to Sing" celebrates this history in song, story, and spoken word with more than 25 selections from multiple artists.
The original cast returns for this world premiere production: folk recording artist Dave Crossland, "Star Trek's" Vaughn Armstrong, and San Diego favorite Jim Mooney will return and will be joined by an additional stellar singer/musician to once again lead an entire theatre in song.
Nov. 3 - Dec. 2, 2012
*Opening Night: Saturday, Nov. 10
The Lyceum Stage
San Diego REPertory Theatre
79 Horton Plaza
San Diego, Calif. 92101-6144
$31 to $52 / Students $18
Discounts for groups, seniors and military also available.
San Diego REP Box Office: (619) 544-1000
Purchase online at www.sdrep.org.
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