Theatre Department Presents “Murder Ballad”

Truman’s Theatre Department will present “Murder Ballad” at 8 p.m. April 13-16 in the James G. Severns Theatre.

“Murder Ballad,” a new musical by Julia Jordan and Juliana Nash, centers around Sara, a young New Yorker who is torn between her dangerous ex-boyfriend and her reliable husband. Led by a sexy bartender who serves as the show’s narrator, “Murder Ballad” documents the details of the torrid affair with vibrant pop-rock tunes.

“Murder Ballad” is directed by David Charles Goyette, assistant professor of theatre, with assistance by Ryan Webb, a senior theatre major. Student musicians for the show include Ankit Shrestha on guitar, Anurag Barul on bass, Marcus Rattler on drums, Seymour Apregilio as the accompanist, and Enrique Eskeda on guitar/keyboard.

This show contains strong subject matter. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased in advance at the Ophelia Parrish Box Office or by calling 660.785.4515. There are no refunds or exchanges. Guests from out-of-town may reserve tickets by calling the box office.

To view the cast of "Murder Ballad," click here. For more information, contact Goyette or Dylan Wilkinson.

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