Just learned that Celtic Woman is coming to Dayton this Spring for one performance only. I may just bite the bullet and pledge $250 to the local PBS station because it includes two tickets and a meet & greet before the show — if they have any left. And if not, I'll take whatever is open. I. Love. These. Women!
I'm just blown away by the staging and the arrangements. Their sound is lilting and full and sensual, yet at the same time there's something raw and primal about it. The producer is the same guy who introduced Riverdance, and I'm pretty sure it's the same percussion group. And Mareád Nesbitt, the fiddler, is a 5' nuclear pulse drive!
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Just checked the Schuster Center online box office, and there's nary an orchestra seat left. No Loge and only last row 1st balcony. Gonna call the station to see if there are any comps left. A $200 pledge gets you two tix, but the $250 includes the meet & greet. Both options aren't much more than the retail price for orchestra seats. And what the hell — it's tax deductible to boot.
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