College Of The Albemarle To Present Godspell | Eastern North Carolina Now

College of The Albemarle and Emmerich Theatre Production Company to present Godspell by Stephen Schwartz

    College of The Albemarle in Elizabeth City will present Godspell, as part of its 2014/15 Performing Arts Center season, June 26 - 28 and July 3, 2015. The cast is made up of 10 talented actors. This Broadway show was made famous because of the music and the clever retelling of the parables. Based on the Gospel of Matthew, the pace is fast, and the script is spiced with just the right amount of comedy. The show was written in the early 70s and has frequently been revived on Broadway. It continues to be updated and appeals to generation after generation of playgoers.

    The dancing, acting, and singing is energetic, creative, and fun. Godspell is being directed by Jeffrey Emmerich, drama director, and Associate Drama Professor at College of The Albemarle in Elizabeth City, NC. The musical is being produced at COA by the Emmerich Theatre Production Company.

    Musical director, pianist, and orchestra leader for the show is Gloria Emmerich. The set was designed by Nathan Schierer and the choreography is by Mariah Schierer.

Advanced Ticket prices:

  • Adults $21.50, Senior/Military $19.50, Groups $18.50, Students $16.50.
  • All tickets are $2 more at the door.


  • June 26, 7:00 pm
  • June 27, 10:00 am, 2:00 pm & 7:00 pm
  • June 28, 2:00 pm
  • July 3, 7:00 pm

  • Contact for story: Jeffrey Emmerich (252) 339-0518
  • Box Office Phone: (252) 335-9050 or (800) 335-9050

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