THE BLACK BOX Continues Fall Outdoor Concert Series
THE BLACK BOX, the region’s premiere concert, theater, and event venue, will continue their outdoor weekend concerts throughout the fall season in the theater’s parking lot. The shows are presented in a 60-70 minute format. Tables are socially distanced and masks are required when patrons enter THE BLACK BOX building to access the box office, restrooms, and bar. Table groupings are limited to six.
The Fall Concert Series will feature an eclectic lineup of performers including the viral a capella sensation T.3, local favorite The Franklin Underground, and more. The public is encouraged to follow THE BLACK BOX on Facebook (THE BLACK BOX Online), Instagram (@the_black_box_online), and Twitter (@BLACK_BOXonline) for performer announcements.
T.3 is a New York based vocal group composed of Liam Fennecken (School of Rock), Jim Hogan (Waitress) and Brendan Jacob Smith (The Simon & Garfunkel Story). They gained popularity on social media platforms with covers of Disney, Broadway and Pop hits. Jim Hogan is a New York City based actor, singer, musician and member of viral-sensation vocal group, T.3. His Broadway National Touring credits include Waitress, The Phantom of the Opera and Spring Awakening. Jim has performed as a soloist with Symphony Orchestras across the US and Canada. Liam Fennecken is an actor, musician, and songwriter living in NYC. He recently toured the US and South Korea in School of Rock, and has toured North America with Once, American Idiot, and Peter Pan 360. Brendan Jacob Smith is an Actor, Singer and Songwriter based in Brooklyn, NY. A recent graduate of Ithaca College, Brendan will be playing Art Garfunkel in the US/ Canada Company of The Simon and Garfunkel starting this spring. He recently finished up his time as a member of Hyannis Sound, Cape Cod’s professional A capella group, and was seen as Frankie Epps in Parade at The Rev Theatre Company.
Patrons are asked to purchase tickets for their table group in one transaction. Audience members are only seated with family or those with whom they are comfortable socializing. Tables of up to six are set with the correct number of chairs and will be reserved according to the number of people to be seated. Ushers assist the seating process. There is bar service to the tables; the lobby bar is closed for walk-up service. Masks and social distancing are required in the lobby; typical gathering in the lobby is currently not allowed. Bar tabs will be closed out before the end of each show
Tickets will be available at www.THEBLACKBOXonline.com or by calling (508) 528-3370. THE BLACK BOX is located at 15 W. Central St. in downtown Franklin.