Springer Opera House will announce season Thursday. What would you like to see?

sokamoto@ledger-enquirer.comFebruary 20, 2013 

The Springer Opera House will announce the 2013-14 season Thursday night.

The titles will remain a secret until 7 p.m.

This season was called "The Year of the Musical."

Next season, says artistic director Paul Pierce, is more of the same.

He said the October slot, which has been traditionally scheduled for a drama or comedy, was replaced with a musical last year. Following on the heels of "Nine to Five, The Musical," "The Little Shop of Horrors" was very, very successful. That success carried over to "Annie" and "A Tuna Christmas." Those two shows, normally very popular, were close to selling out the 650-seat Mainstage and 250-seat Foley Hall every night.

Next season promises several big musicals.

Since none of the titles have been released, we have a question.

What show would you like to see at the Springer Opera House next year? Tell us in the comments below.

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