The Choir of Man at Moore Theatre

The Choir of Man Tickets

Moore Theatre | Seattle, Washington

This season is the best chance you have to experience award-winning Broadway-style performances when The Choir of Man comes back to Moore Theatre in Seattle Washington on Friday 31st January 2020 for a live theatrical premiere. This marks the first chance you have to catch The Choir of Man and their impressive blend of theatrical training with cultural and classical influence that produces awe-inspiring shows just about every time they get on stage. This second to none theater company earns new fans at every premiere and opening with even the harshest critics agreeing that this may be the can’t-miss performance company of 2020. So if you want to experience the thrill of top Broadway-style theater, then make sure you don’t miss out. Click the Buy Tickets button below so you can see The Choir of Man perform live on Friday 31st January 2020 at Moore Theatre in Seattle. But don’t delay because the award-winning style and elegance like The Choir of Man won’t remain available long and supplies are running out fast.

The Choir of Man at Moore Theatre

Theatre productions from across the country are in stiff competition to bring their next stunning shows to Moore Theatre in Seattle, Washington. This January come to the magnificent Seattle to experience one of the hottest Broadway acts in the USA when Moore Theatre will be home to The Choir of Man. Moore Theatre is one of the premier theater in the country with the beautiful theater seating in Seattle which has been designed for a intimate experience to see your favorite stage plays, talents and performances. If you wish to to make dinner and a show from your Broadway experience – Moore Theatre is just down the road from a number of high rated restaurants that all cater for theater-goers offering time sensitive pre-theater dinners guaranteed to be finished in time for your show. It is no surprise why this is a notorious spot for the countries favorite musicals and theatrical productions.

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