Kohlenberg Lyceum Series Begins Sept. 22 With Political Satire Group

The Kohlenberg Lyceum Series kicks off Sept. 22 with a performance by the political musical revue the Capitol Steps.

Comprised of several former Congressional staff members, the Capitol Steps perform a musical satire designed to keep the audience laughing about events and personalities in Washington, D.C.

The Capitol Steps will be the first of five Lyceum events during the academic year. Other performances include Canadian Brass in November, followed by the dance company Hubbard Street 2 in January and “The Mikado” in February.  The Duke Ellington Orchestra will close out the Lyceum Series with a performance in March.  

Since its inception in 1899 as a lecture course, the Kohlenberg Lyceum Series has strived to broaden the cultural experience of students, faculty, staff and the community through speakers, music and drama. Each year the Series brings a wide selection of attractions to the Truman campus. Tickets are free for Truman students, faculty and staff and are available one week prior to each performance. Students may pick up their tickets at the Student Activities Board office in the Student Union Building. Faculty and staff may pick up their tickets at the information desk in the Student Union Building.

For more information go online to http://lyceum.truman.edu.

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