Broadway is back in Iowa. “The Band’s Visit” is the first show to return to the Civic Center stage in Des Moines.The show is about a band of lost Egyptian musicians showing up in an Israeli desert town. Under the spell of the night sky, lives intertwine in unexpected ways.The 10-time, Tony Award-winning musical is making its mark in Des Moines. They’re the first Broadway production to grace the Civic Center stage in a long time.Yoni Battat plays violin in the show.”We’ve spent so much time during COVID not having the opportunity to share what’s so important to us with audiences. It’s been so special and so meaningful too, even though this is our second week, it still feels like we’re at the beginning of this journey of bringing art, bringing theater, bringing music back to audiences,” Battat said.New COVID-19 safety measures are in place at the Civic Center. That includes required masks and proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.“The Band’s Visit” runs through Sunday.You can still get tickets at desmoinesperformingarts.org.

Broadway is back in Iowa. “The Band’s Visit” is the first show to return to the Civic Center stage in Des Moines.

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The show is about a band of lost Egyptian musicians showing up in an Israeli desert town. Under the spell of the night sky, lives intertwine in unexpected ways.

The 10-time, Tony Award-winning musical is making its mark in Des Moines. They’re the first Broadway production to grace the Civic Center stage in a long time.

Yoni Battat plays violin in the show.

“We’ve spent so much time during COVID not having the opportunity to share what’s so important to us with audiences. It’s been so special and so meaningful too, even though this is our second week, it still feels like we’re at the beginning of this journey of bringing art, bringing theater, bringing music back to audiences,” Battat said.

New COVID-19 safety measures are in place at the Civic Center. That includes required masks and proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.

“The Band’s Visit” runs through Sunday.

You can still get tickets at desmoinesperformingarts.org.

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