Broadway’s Adam Pascal Comes to Sugar Land’s Inspiration Stage for a Special Performance with Aspiring Musical Theatre Students

SUGAR LAND, Texas (July 7, 2018) – Sugar Land’s national award-winning community theatre, Inspiration Stage, is excited to present an advanced Student Showcase, featuring Tony Award-nominee Adam Pascal, Aug. 6 at 7 p.m., at the historic Sugar Land Auditorium, 226 Lakeview Dr.

Pascal is best known for his role as Roger in RENT, which he originated both on Broadway and in the 2005 film. He has also starred on Broadway in Aida (Radames), Cabaret (Emcee), Chess (Freddie), Chicago (Billy), Memphis (Huey), Disaster (Chad), and most recently, Something Rotten (Shakespeare).

Pascal will spend the day working one-on-one with some of Inspiration Stage’s advanced students, providing educational insight and personal feedback in a workshop format. Many attending students are aspiring professionals attending or seeking musical theatre college programs.

The day will culminate with an open-to-the-public Student Showcase with special guest Pascal performing a few numbers from his past Broadway shows. The concert will conclude with a moving tribute performance you won’t want to miss!

In addition to his numerous Broadway successes, Pascal has released two solo rock albums, Model Prisoner (2000), Civilian (2004), as well as a collaborative rock album Blinding Light (2008) with pianist, Larry Edoff. In television and film, he appeared in RENT (2005), School of Rock, (2003), Temptation (2004), and Cold Case (2006). Adam also tours regularly, performing sold-out solo concerts all around the country.

Tickets for the Student Showcase, featuring Adam Pascal, cost $25-$35 and are available at VIP packages (including meet-and-greet reception with Adam Pascal, photo and autograph) run $75-$100 and include preferred seating.

“This will be the first time a major Broadway celebrity has performed at the historic Sugar Land Auditorium. It is an amazing and unique opportunity, not just for our youth who will be learning from him, but for patrons who get to see him perform,” says Mandy Seymore-Sensat, Inspiration Stage’s artistic director.

Inspiration Stage is a national award-winning performance arts studio located in the historic Sugar Land Auditorium at 226 Lakeview Dr. The 2018/2019 season includes youth and adult productions, as well as acting and production classes. Tuition assistance is available to qualifying participants. For tickets and information, visit