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By Deseret Book Press Release

The Garden Sprouts Anew at Kingsbury Hall April 6

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH -- Tickets are now on sale for Deseret Book's annual production of The Garden, the popular oratorio by composers Michael McLean, Merrill Jensen, and Bryce Neubert, for a one-night-only performance will be on Friday, April 6 at Kingsbury Hall. Performance time is 8 P.M.

This year, the program includes an opening by new Shadow Mountain recording artist Christina England. A highlight of her performance will be a duet of "Consider the Lillies" with composer Roger Hoffman.

Returning to this year's performance are original cast members Roger Hoffman as "The Man," Bryce Neubert as "Ram," Debra Bonner as "The Barren Tree," and David Tinney as "The Gardener." Rounding out the cast are Jason Celaya as "The Landlord," and Art Allen as "Millstone." A new cast member will join the production as "The Seedling" once open auditions conclude on March 17.

The Choral Art Society of Utah, under the direction of Sterling Poulsen, will once again provide the chorus, accompanied by a full orchestra.

Tickets for The Garden can be purchased at Kingsbury Hall, 581-7100, or through ArtTix, 355-ARTS. Tickets are $14 and $18. For more information, contact Kingsbury Hall at 581-7100.


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