News and Rumors
The Parade tour kicked off in Atlanta on June 13, 2000. The schedule was as follows:
Atlanta, GA Theatre
of the Stars, The
Fox Theater June 13-19
Memphis, TN The Orpheum Theatre June 20-25
Dallas, TX Dallas Summer Musicals, The Music Hall June 27-July 9
Pittsburgh, PA Pittsburgh Civil Light Opera Aug. 15-20
Green Bay, WI The Weidner Center for the Performing Arts Aug. 22-27
Denver, CO Denver Center Attractions, Buell Theatre Sept. 12-24
Seattle, WA Fifth Avenue Playhouse Sept. 26-Oct. 15
Cleveland, OH Palace Theater Oct. 17-29
The Tour officially ended in Cleveland on October 29, 2000.
For more tour information, including cast and production info,
visit The Tour page.
for another tour of Parade or a return to Broadway are not currently
in the works. However, the rights will soon be available, so be on
the lookout for regional theatre productions.
Show Music Magazine will be publishing the entire libretto (along with some new interviews and pictures) in an upcoming issue. For more information, visit their website.
you can also get *excerpts* of the libretto right now if you get the latest
edition of the Burns Mantle Theatre Yearbook: The Best Plays of
The Sheet Music
The vocal selections, published by Hal Leonard, were released on February 10th.
Hal Leonard also published a book of selections from Audra McDonald's Way Back to Paradise album -- "You Don't Know This Man" is be among them.
Singer's Musical Theatre Anthology Volume 3
was just published and includes some songs from Parade:
Is Not Over Yet," "Old Red Hills of Home" (Tenor)
"You Don't Know This Man," "My Child Will Forgive Me (Mezzo-soprano/Alto)
"It's Hard to Speak My Heart" (Baritone/Bass)
rights will be licensed through Music
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