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LET'S PLAY: A Musical Revue

Presented by Broadway Bound Vista Theatre Project at Columbia Music Festival Association, Columbia SC

Jul 29 2021
Aug 01 2021
LET'S PLAY: A Musical Revue

Featuring a bevy of performers both young and old(er), the Broadway Bound Vista Theatre Project (BBVTP) presents “LET’S PLAY: A Musical Revue” July 29 – August 1 in the Columbia Music Festival Association’s ArtSpace.

LET’S PLAY includes numbers from everyone’s favorite Broadway musicals that feature child and teen characters — from ANNIE to THE SOUND OF MUSIC…BYE BYE BIRDIE to FOOTLOOSE…THE SECRET GARDEN to LES MISERABLES — the list goes on and on!

The LET’S PLAY ensemble includes familiar faces from the BBVTP’s smash 2019 production of CATS, along with cast members from 2018’s LOST IN MY WONDERLAND and a collection of talented newcomers.  So join this bevy of performers both young and old(er) as they

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All tickets are $15.00.  Call 803-457-1126 or visit for reservations.

Contact: 803-457-1126


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A silent auction of Broadway poster reproductions will be held throughout the run of the show as a fundraiser for the Broadway Bound Vista Theatre Project, a non-profit community-based musical and dramatic performing arts organization created to present quality family entertainment and to provide opportunities for children and adults to develop talents in all aspects of theatre arts.

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.



Columbia Music Festival Association

914 Pulaski St., Columbia, SC 29201

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

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Due to the intimate nature of the performance space, face coverings will be required for audience members.

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