Studio Tenn to present Adam Pascal’s ‘So Far…’ An Acoustic Retrospective Aug. 22

Studio Tenn will present Broadway legend Adam Pascal's "So Far..." An Acoustic Retrospective at the Academy Park Performing Arts Center on Aug. 22 at 7:00 p.m.

We are READY for some socially distant Broadway fun, and Studio Tenn is giving us just that.

On August 22 at 7:00 p.m., Broadway legend Adam Pascal — who most recently starred as Will Shakespeare in the touring production of Something Rotten! at TPAC — will perform “So Far…” An Acoustic Retrospective at the Academy Park Performing Arts Center.

In 1996, Pascal tried out for the off-Broadway production of Rent, landing the role of Roger Davis. Pascal was nominated for a Tony Award and won Drama League and Obie Awards for his performance. Rent became a worldwide success and one of the longest-running Broadway shows in history. He then reprised the role of Roger in both the movie version in 2005 and “Rent the Broadway Tour” in 2009.

Pascal’s credits include Radames in the Elton John musical Aida (Drama League Award), the Emcee in Cabaret at Studio 54, and Freddie Trumper in the Chess alongside Josh Groban and Idina Menzel at The Royal Albert Hall in London. Additional Broadway credits include Huey Calhoun in Memphis, Billy Flynn in Chicago, and Edward Lewis in Pretty Woman. He starred as Will Shakespeare in the first national tour of Something Rotten! and as Harold Hill in 5-star Theatrical’s production of The Music Man.

Studio Tenn and the Academy Park Performing Arts Center are taking several steps to provide patrons with the safest and most enjoyable experience possible, including the following:

  • All patrons are required to wear masks.
  • All patrons will have their temperature checked before entering the theater with a no-touch thermometer. If a patron has a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher, they will be asked to return home and will be given a full refund.
  • There will be ample hand sanitizer available at strategic places in the lobby, in the theater, and in the restrooms.
  • There will be no intermission to minimize lines to restrooms.
  • The concession stand will be closed.
  • At the end of the show, patrons will exit by row to minimize crowding and maximize space.
  • All ticket sales are online only. Tickets will not be sold at the box office on the day of event.

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