- One ticket to see Vox Audio
- When: Saturday, March 22, at 8 p.m.
- Where: State Theatre Center for the Arts
- Door time: 7:30 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- $15 for the balcony (up to $31.50 value)
- $20 for the rear mezzanine or front balcony (up to $36 value)
- $25 for the main floor or front mezzanine (up to $40 value)
- Click here to view the seating chart.
Vox Audio performing "The Sound Guy Song" * Vox Audio's goal: "reminding you to never underestimate the power of the human voice" * How they remind you: with fluid harmonies that render instrumentation unnecessary * How strong are their harmonies?: they won the National Harmony Sweepstakes, caused Ed McMahon’s Next Big Star to name the group "Best Pop Group in America,” and can bench-press 10 treble clefs * How they got their start: bowling over audiences at the 1998 Orlando Fringe Festival * Which led to: a daily gig at Walt Disney World’s MGM Studios * What Time Out New York said of their Off-Broadway show: "Don't miss it!" ####State Theatre Center for the Arts When the Penn Amusement Company decided that Uniontown was due for its own picture palace, they took the project to one of the biggest stars of architecture at the time—Thomas W. Lamb, the designer of New York's Madison Square Garden. An expert in acoustics and a lover of architecture steeped in the style of Robert Adams, Lamb sculpted the State Theatre with a “refinement of line and chasteness of ornamentation." Vaudeville acts kept the seats packed, along with silent movies accompanied by a $40,000 Pleubet master organ (a bargain in 1922). Then "talkie" pictures blew through and the 1970s stole the State's audiences with its mulitplexes and Dukes of Hazzard fan clubs. Thankfully, the Greater Uniontown Heritage Consortium took the keys in 1988 and helped restore the State back to its original luster. Although it still shows classic film series, the State has transformed into the center for all arts in Uniontown, with a roster of Broadway musicals, dance performances, and symphonies.