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Demotech® Sponsors The Who's Tommy

Contact Rick Gore, Executive Producer, [email protected], (703) 608-3700

COLUMBUS, Ohio, Feb. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Short North Stage, the professional theater company dedicated to bringing first-class live performances to the Short North Arts District, will present The Who's Tommy on April 10 – 29 at the landmark Garden Theater, 1187 N. High Street, Columbus, Ohio.

 

Demotech, Inc.

 

Short North Stage's performance of The Who's 1969 classic rock opera provides a rare opportunity for central Ohio to enjoy this exhilarating story of hope, healing and the human spirit.  This tale of a young boy's journey from pain to triumph is filled with unforgettable songs, including Tommy Can You Hear Me, I'm Free, Pinball Wizard and See Me, Feel Me. 

The Who's Tommy is sponsored by Demotech, Inc., a nationally recognized financial analysis firm based in Columbus.  Joseph Petrelli, President of Demotech, says, "Short North Stage provides a unique opportunity for our community to see first–rate performances in an historic venue, as evidenced by the recent Central Ohio Drama Critics Circle citation for raising the standard in locally produced musicals. Demotech welcomes this opportunity to partner with one of the most distinctive performing arts complexes in the country to present a rock classic."

According to Rick Gore, Executive Producer, Short North Stage: "Large and exciting productions such as The Who's Tommy would not be possible without the support of generous sponsors, such as Demotech, which affirms that live performance greatly enhances both the cultural richness and economic vitality of Central Ohio."

Tickets are $25 – 40 and are available online at www.shortnorthstage.org or at the door, if available.  For information about corporate sponsorship opportunities for upcoming productions at the Garden Theater, contact Peter Yockel at 954-401-6274.

About Short North Stage

Short North Stage is a professional theater company residing at the historic Garden Theater located at 1187 N High Street, Columbus OH 43201.  Dedicated to bringing first class theatrical productions, with an emphasis on musicals, to the Short North Arts District, SNS offers a variety of productions ranging from cabaret acts to full theatrical productions continuously throughout the year, presenting the best artistic talent in the central Ohio region and beyond. Visit www.shortnorthstage.org or http://www.facebook.com/ShortNorthStage.

About Demotech, Inc.

Demotech, Inc. is a financial analysis firm specializing in evaluating the financial stability of regional and specialty insurers.  Since 1985, Demotech has served the insurance industry by assigning accurate, reliable and proven Financial Stability Ratings® (FSRs) for Property & Casualty insurers and Title underwriters.  FSRs are a leading indicator of financial stability, providing an objective baseline of the future solvency of an insurer.  Demotech's philosophy is to review and evaluate insurers based on the insurer's area of focus and execution of their business model rather than financial size. Visit www.demotech.com for information.

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