The Davis Theatre for the Performing Arts

The Davis Theatre Subscriber Series

Troy University's Davis Theatre proudly announces our 2013 - 2014 Subscriber Series. Information about each show is listed below.

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Engelbert Humperdinck

His name comes from the 19th century Austrian composer who wrote “Hansel & Gretel.” His voice comes from heaven, and he has been a legend in the international music industry for the last 40 plus years, with more than 150 million records sold. Engelbert Humperdinck will be kicking off Troy University’s Davis Theatre season in style. The “King of Romance” has wooed generations of fans worldwide and has enjoyed 63 Gold albums and 24 Platinum records over the course of his career.

Romance serves as the core of Engelbert Humperdinck’s music and lasting success. He knows how to pick songs with eternal themes of love and longing. Don’t miss the chance to hear this iconic crooner perform for one night only in Montgomery. This international superstar is sure to make you weak in the knees and fall in love again as he performs his hits including “Release Me,” “The Last Waltz,”“A Man Without Love,” “After The Lovin’” and many more.

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Thursday, October 24, 2013

Ray Parker Jr.

Detroit native, singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer Ray Parker Jr. started out at 13 in the legendary Motown studios then continued his professional career at the age of 18 as a member of Stevie Wonder’s band. Ray moved on, creating his own band “Raydio” and then continued his chart topping career as a solo artist. He has had 24 Billboard Top 40 and R&B hits and has penned an impressive catalog of songs that have been recorded by Rufus and Chaka Khan, Barry White, Love Unlimited

Orchestra, Herbie Hancock, Nancy Wilson, Patty Labelle, The New Edition, Diana Ross, Cheryl Lynn, Brick, Teddy Pendergrass, Leo Sayer and Coolio.

Ray Parker Jr.’s live show is a fun filled, rockin’ R&B extravaganza of hit songs and good times. His infectious smile and captivating charm is evident on and off stage. His Billboard Top 40 Hits include songs such as “You Can’t Change That,” “Jack and Jill,” “Ghostbusters” and many more.

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Servis 1st Bank

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

he Heart Behind the Music

The Heart Behind the Music brings to the stage some of the world’s best singers and songwriters who share the meaning and music behind their hit songs. This show features both the well- known hits from these talented artists as well as Christmas music that is sure to get you in the holiday spirit.

Four musicians are featured in this performance. This stop on the tour includes Richie McDonald who is not only a solo country artist but is also the lead singer from the award winning country music group Lonestar which recently regrouped and released a new album. McDonald is known for providing vocals on such hits as, “I’m Already There,” “Walking in Memphis” and “Amazed.” Joining McDonald is the multi-talented singer, songwriter, and actor Billy Dean. Some of Dean’s hits include “Only Here for a Little While,”“Somewhere in My Broken Heart” and “If There Hadn’t Been You.” Known for his 1970s hit ballad, “Falling” and more recent hits, “Above All” and “There is None Like You,” the versatile pop, country and Christian songwriter Lenny LeBlanc adds his talent to the group. Completing this group of gifted performers is one of the biggest stars in the contemporary Christian music scene from the 1990s with nine number one hits – Susan Ashton. This Grammy nominated contemporary Christian and country music artist is back on the music scene with a new album. Don’t miss these talented artists for an evening of music and stories that is sure to be a night to remember.

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The Alabama Gazette
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Friday, January 31, 2014

Bring It On: The Musical

Bitingly relevant and sprinkled with sass, “Bring It On: The Musical,” inspired by the “Bring It On” film, takes you on a high-flying journey through friendship, forgiveness and determination in the competitive world of cheerleading. “Bring It On: The Musical” tells the story of the challenges and unexpected bonds formed through the thrill of extreme competition. With a colorful crew of characters, an exciting fresh sound and explosive dance with aerial stunts, this all new story is sure to be everything you hoped for and nothing like you expected. The New York Times calls it, “Impossible to resist!”

Uniting some of the freshest and funniest creative minds on Broadway, “Bring It On: The Musical” features an original story by Tony® Award winner Jeff Whitty (“Avenue Q”), music and lyrics by Tony Award-winning composer Lin- Manuel Miranda (“In the Heights”), music by Pulitzer and Tony Award- winning composer Tom Kitt (“Next to Normal”), lyrics by Broadway lyricist Amanda Green (“High Fidelity”) and music supervision by Tony and Grammy® Award winner Alex Lacamoire (“In The Heights”). The production is directed and choreographed by Tony Award winner Andy Blankenbuehler (“In the Heights”).

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Montgomery Advertiser
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Thursday, March 13, 2014

Sweet Charity

Charity Hope Valentine is a naïve and trusting eternal optimist who falls in love too easily. Working as a dance hall hostess at the seedy Fan-Dango ballroom in Times Square, she loves too much and is the unluckiest romantic in New York City. This classic Broadway musical premiered in 1966 and won five Tony Awards. It also ran in the West End as well as having revivals and international productions.

“Sweet Charity” is a tender, poignant and consistently funny look at the adventures, or rather misadventures, in the ways of love encountered by the gullible and guileless Charity Valentine - an unlucky soul who always gives her heart and her earnings to the wrong man. The tuneful score by Cy Coleman and Dorothy Fields includes hits such as “Hey, Big Spender,” “Rhythm of Life,” “I’m A Brass Band” and “If My Friends Could See Me Now.” The show features a hilarious book by none other than Neil Simon.

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Hampton Inn & Suites

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

The Water Coolers

Ever start your day with 300 meetings scheduled, 700 emails in your inbox, a kid to pick up from ju-jitsu and three soccer games to attend? Well, you are not alone! Come see “The Water Coolers,” the award winning music and comedy act that E! Entertainment TV calls “the hottest ticket in town.” Written by real people with regular jobs, “The Water Coolers”’ hilarious brand of song and sketch comedy celebrates anyone who’s ever been held captive by a help line, pretended to understand an IT guy, or forced to buy a can of old popcorn by a Thin-Mint-crazed Sales Parent. Like a cross between “The Office,” “The Capitol Steps” and “Modern Family,” “The Water Coolers” uses top New York City talent to answer the question “does this stuff happen to anyone else?” So take a break, put down that PDA and come see “The Water Coolers,” the act The Chicago Sun Times says is “Guaranteed to make you laugh.”

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All shows listed on this page, begin promptly at 7:00 p.m. NOTE: Recording Devices of ANY kind are not allowed
Season tickets are on sale starting on July 17. To avoid online ticket fees and for personal service, please call the Davis Theatre office at (334) 241-9567 to purchase season tickets.

On August 19, single tickets for the entire season go on sale both through the theatre office and online for an additional fee. Single tickets to individual shows range in price from $25-$50/ticket.

Troy University’s Davis Theatre Seating and Ticket Information

Troy University’s Davis Theatre office is located at 251 Montgomery Street in downtown Montgomery at the intersection of Molton and Montgomery Streets. Regular office hours are: Monday through Thursday 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.; Friday 9 a.m.-noon. Saturday and Sunday closed.

Tickets are processed in the order requests are received. All sales are final. No refunds. The theatre will not reserve tickets without payment. Ticket upgrades will be acceptable at the box office on the night of the performance. Ticket holder must pay any difference in price at that time.

To be seated with friends, call in complete orders together. The ticket holder is responsible for notifying the theatre of any change of name or address.

Check the printed tickets for exact performance dates and times. All times are Central Time. Allow ten days for ticket mailing. Orders received within one week of the performance will be held at the box office for pick-up.

Late arrivers will be seated at the house manager’s discretion. Infants in arms will not be admitted. All persons entering the theatre must have a ticket. Though not likely, dates and titles are subject to change according to availability.

Accessibility for Patrons with Physical Disabilities
A limited number of seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis for patrons with physical disabilities. Please notify the theatre of your special needs at the time you place your ticket order. For assistance in entering the theatre, please ask any usher. A wheelchair accessible restroom is located in the front of the theatre on the left in the alcove. Designated handicap parking is available on Montgomery Street or in the parking lot beside the theatre.

Last Updated 08/16/2013

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