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UCA announces 2014-2015 Public Appearances lineup, featuring Randy Newman and Common

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Last night, UCA released the details of its 15th anniversary season at the Reynolds Performance Hall, with a public appearances lineup that includes Broadway musicals, lecturers, musicians, family programs and comedians. The list includes Randy Newman performing live with the Conway Symphony Orchestra, a lecture by Common (presented by Power 92 FM), Ricky Skaggs, the Blue Man Group, Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood (from "Whose Line Is It Anyway?"), the Harlem Gospel Choir and a theatrical program that includes plays and musicals like "Sister Act," "A Christmas Carol," "7 Brides for 7 Brothers" and "The Great Gatsby." The season will kick off in September with a performance by country musicians Steve Azar and Deana Carter. More information at the Reynolds Performance Hall's website

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