Want to get the feel of a Broadway show without standing in the TKTS line for an hour?

Off Broadway On Campus will be presenting their spring revue, “No Day But Today,” on Friday at 8 p.m. in Lower Strong Auditorium.

The show will feature seventeen musical numbers from seventeen different shows, including Kiss Me Kate, Chicago, The Full Monty, Into the Woods, Beauty and the Beast, Jekyll and Hyde, The Lion King, Footloose, Miss Saigon and RENT.

“I think everyone in OBOC is really proud of the revue we’ve put together this semester,” said sophomore Kary Haddad, OBOC Publicity Director. “The group is now bigger than it’s ever been before and that gives us the opportunity to do some really powerful ensemble numbers.”

OBOC has been performing a review every semester since the fall of 1998. They also perform at a variety of other venues throughout the course of the year.

Haddad said, “No Day But Today” will contain a number of songs from shows that are off the beaten path, such as Suburb, A … My Name is Alice and Whoop-Dee Doo.

The review will also feature songs from more well-known musicals, such as Into the Woods, RENT and Chicago.

“One goal of OBOC is to expose the River Campus to a wide variety of musical theater and I really think we’re doing that this year,” said Haddad.

Tickets to “No Day But Today” are $3 for students, faculty and staff and $4 for the general public. Tickets will be sold at the Common Market and at the door. However, it is recommended that you buy tickets in advance.

Smith can be reached at ksmith@campustimes.org.



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