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Ben Vereen works with Broadway Theatre Project at USF

Tony Award winning actor Ben Vereen works with dancer Leslie Williams on a dance at the Broadway Theatre Project at USF on Wednesday, July 30, 2014 in Tampa. The 2014 Project is running July 13 through August 3, 2014. Vereen has appeared on Broadway in many shows including Wicked, Hair, Jesus Christ Superstar and Pippin. The Project will be putting on two performances on Saturday, August 2 at 2 pm and 8 pm at USF in Tampa. After the second performance there will be a live auction featuring original Broadway items and acting lessons and experiences. Please contact the USF Theatre box office for ticket details at 813.974.2323

EVE EDELHEIT | Times

Tony Award winning actor Ben Vereen works with dancer Leslie Williams on a dance at the Broadway Theatre Project at USF on Wednesday, July 30, 2014 in Tampa. The 2014 Project is running July 13 through August 3, 2014. Vereen has appeared on Broadway in many shows including Wicked, Hair, Jesus Christ Superstar and Pippin. The Project will be putting on two performances on Saturday, August 2 at 2 pm and 8 pm at USF in Tampa. After the second performance there will be a live auction featuring original Broadway items and acting lessons and experiences. Please contact the USF Theatre box office for ticket details at 813.974.2323

EVE EDELHEIT | Times

Tony Award winning actor Ben Vereen works with dancer Leslie Williams on a dance at the Broadway Theatre Project at USF on Wednesday, July 30, 2014 in Tampa. The 2014 Project is running July 13 through August 3, 2014. Vereen has appeared on Broadway in many shows including Wicked, Hair, Jesus Christ Superstar and Pippin. The Project will be putting on two performances on Saturday, August 2 at 2 pm and 8 pm at USF in Tampa. After the second performance there will be a live auction featuring original Broadway items and acting lessons and experiences. Please contact the USF Theatre box office for ticket details at 813.974.2323

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