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The Artist's Struggle is the theme of the Oakland Symphony's recital happening May 10th 8pm-10pm at the Paramount Theater (2505 Broadway Ave.)
Leonard Bernstein’s beloved revision of the Romeo and Juliet story is a tale hauntingly relevant today. Love blooms among a war of class, immigration, and urban evolution, and begs the question: can true love overcome bias? Stunning songs from “Maria” to “Somewhere” fill the Paramount alongside the snaps and jibes of the Sharks and Jets in this concert performance.
WEST SIDE STORY
Julie Adams – Maria
Bobby Conte Thornton – Tony
Eileen Meredith – Anita
Ryan Bradford – Riff
Oakland Symphony Chorus
Lynne Morrow, Chorus Director
Members of Mt. Eden High School Concert Choir
Ash Walker, Director
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