Pascal will perform at several colleges and universities throughout the month of April. The limited tour will take him to campuses in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, Virginia and Ohio, among others. The current concert itinerary, according to the Sh-K-Boom website, follows:
March 31 at Boston University's B.U. Central in Boston, MA
April 1 at Stonehill College's Martin Auditorium in North Easton, MA
April 3 at St. Joseph College's Carol Autorino Center for the Arts in West Hartford, CT
April 4 at Georgian Court University's Student Lounge in Lakewood, NJ
April 5 at Simmons College's Alumni Hall in Boston, MA
April 6 at SUNY-Cortland's Brown Auditorium in Cortland, NY
April 7 at George Mason University's Johnson Center Atrium in Fairfax, VA
April 9 at Case Western University's Stroesacker Auditorium in Cleveland, OH
April 10 at Indiana University's Buskirk-Chumley Theatre in Bloomington, IN
April 11 at Illinois Wesleyan's Hansen Student Center in Bloomington, IL
Adam Pascal was part of the final cast of Aida, playing the role he created several years ago, the ill-fated Radames. He also portrayed the Emcee in the now-closed revival of Cabaret. Pascal made his theatrical debut as Roger in the original cast of Jonathan Larson's Rent; for that performance, he received Theatre World and Obie awards as well as Tony and Drama Desk nominations. Pascal was a co-producer of the hit Off-Broadway play Fully Committed and appeared in the Actors' Fund benefit concerts of Chess and Hair.
Pascal's two solo recordings, "Civilian" and "Model Prisoner," are available on the Sh-K-Boom label. Visit www.sh-k-boom.com for more information.