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The Music of the Marx Brothers: An Evening of Song and Comedy

The Music of the Marx Brothers:  An Evening of Song and Comedy
Jun 02 2019 | 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The Music of the Marx Brothers: An Evening of Song and Comedy

Event Details

We are SOLD OUT of The Music of the Marx Brothers Tickets.

This performance is part of The 2019 Molly Blank Concert Series Celebrating Jewish Contributions to Music.

As Groucho once said: “time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana.” In the first half of the 20th century, The Marx Brothers revolutionized American comedy, creating indelible comic personas in their Broadway shows and films. This comic concert, produced by Theatrical Outfit, blends songs and anecdotes to paint a picture of the Marx Brothers’ comic and musical accomplishments. The cast and band feature seven accomplished local musicians and musical theater veterans. Laugh out loud to dozens of songs and learn about the ways that the Marx Brothers’ Jewish heritage impacted their artistry and point of view.

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Schedule
4:00 Reception
5:00 Concert

Student ticket discounts made possible through the generous support of the Piedmont National Family Foundation. 

Ticket Pricing

 

 

Adult

(Age 35+)

 

Young Professional

(Age 21 - 35)

Student

(Age under 21)

Member Tickets (Per Concert)

$50 $30 $20

Non-Member Tickets (Per Concert)

$60 $30 $20

 

 

 

 

This event series is made possible by

 

 

Funding for this program is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners.


Student ticket discounts made possible through the generous support of the Piedmont National Family Foundation. 

 

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