The Center for Fine and Performing Arts at Seminole State College of Florida will present “Godspell,” a long-running off-Broadway production, Feb. 20-22.
The musical features a small group of people that help Jesus Christ tell different parables through games, stories and comedy. The song styles range from pop to vaudeville as the performers work their way through Christ’s life, bringing his messages of kindness, tolerance and love to the forefront.
The concertized musical will feature SeminoleSound, the College’s jazz vocal ensemble, with guest artists Michael Kuhn, as Joseph and John the Baptist, and Gian Colon, as Jesus, leading the cast. Seminole State professors Dianna Campbell (music) and Niki Salamon (theatre) will direct.
“Godspell” was the first major musical theatre offering from three-time Grammy and Academy Award winner Stephen Schwartz in 1970, who would later compose “Wicked,” “Pippin” and “Children of Eden.” Schwartz adapted “Godspell” from John-Michael Tebelak’s book of the same name, and the musical would later be made into a feature film.
This event is free and open to the public.
Sanford/Lake Mary Campus, building C
Feb. 20 – 22
About Seminole State College of Florida: Seminole State College of Florida, established in 1965, serves nearly 30,000 students across six sites in Central Florida. A comprehensive college, Seminole State has awarded more than 100,000 credentials, from bachelor's degrees to high school diplomas, and offers more than 200 degrees, certificates and programs designed for success. For more about the College, visit seminolestate.edu, like us on Facebook at facebook.com/seminolestate
About the Center for Fine and Performing Arts: Seminole State’s Center for Fine and Performing Arts offers programs in art, music and theater as well as a wide variety of concerts, theatre productions, gallery exhibits and other cultural events. For more information about the Center, including calendars of all upcoming cultural events at Seminole State, visit seminolestate.edu/arts.