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Forever Plaid

Holly Rouse
8 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday., Friday May 24 | $20 adults. $19 seniors, students, groups.

 The Showboat Majestic presents Forever Plaid, a comedic revue that centers on four young male singers killed in a car accident in the 1950's on their way to their first big concert. The singers are miraculously revived for a posthumous chance to fulfill their dreams. Forever Plaid features outlandish choreography and the pop hits of the 1950's. Through June 2.



Where: Covedale Center for Performing Arts
Phone: 513-241-6550
Address: 4990 Glenway Ave.
Website: www.cincinnatilandmarkproductions.comĀ 

Covedale Center for Performing Arts

4990 Glenway Ave.
Covedale, Ohio
45238
 
Community theater facility in a renovated movie house. Features traditional works by American playwrights. Home to Cincinnati Young People's Theatre, talented high school students from all over town that present musicals, (www.cincinnatilandmarkproductins.com/cypt).
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