CIT Musical Society Presents 'How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying'

CIT Musical Society Presents 'How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying'

Published on: Tuesday, 08 April 2014

Date: 14th April  - 16th April 2014
Time: every evening at 19:30hrs ... matinee on Wednesday 16th April at 14.00hrs
Venue: Curtis Auditorium, at CIT Cork School of Music
Cost: €10 (concession) and €15 (full price) available from
Email: for ticket enquiries.


From the 14th to 16th April, 2014, the CIT Musical Society will be transporting the CIT Cork School of Music Curtis Auditorium back in time to 1950’s corporate America, with Frank Loesser’s hilariously satirical Tony Award-winning hit musical How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.

This production is unique as society members are working closely in conjunction with the professional creative team in the crucial roles of Assistant Director (Katrina Foley), Production Manager (Alan Dalton) and Stage Manager (Aoife O’Boyle) gaining invaluable industry experience. The society has gone from strength to strength in its short tenure and is now made up of students from the CIT Main Campus, CIT Cork School of Music, and CIT Crawford College of Art and Design. The Musical Society has also collaborated this year with the CIT Dance Society. This is the first time that the societies have joined together and is very exciting for all involved.

The show will run from Monday 14th April to Wednesday 16th April - with three evening performances and a matinee on Wednesday 16th April. Tickets are priced at €10 (concession) and €15 (full price) and are available to buy online: Tickets are also available at the main office in the CIT Cork School of Music.

Email: for ticket enquiries.

This production is proudly sponsored by the CIT Arts Office where further information can be found!

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