Eisenhower Auditorium To Host Broadway Musical ‘Come From Away’ November 7
The Center for Performing Arts at Penn State will host the Tony Award-winning musical “Come From Away” at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 7, in the Eisenhower Auditorium.
“Come From Away” follows the true story of over 7,000 stranded passengers who were rerouted to Newfoundland mid-flight after the September 11 attacks.
Since it debuted on Broadway in 2017, the musical received the Tony Award for Best Direction of a Musical, five Outer Critics Circle awards, and four Olivier Awards including “Best New Musical.”
The musical is one of many of the Center for the Performing Arts’ showcases this season.
Tickets can be purchased through the Center for Performing Arts website. Adults can purchase tickets for between $66 and $81, those 18 and younger can buy tickets for $49 to $64, while University Park students can get their tickets for between $40 and $45.
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