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Oct. 10, 2011 

Contact Nancy Allen at 608-796-3763 or 


LA CROSSE, Wis. – Platinum Edition, Viterbo University’s renowned show choir, will present Halloween Spooktacular at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28 in the Fine Arts Center Main Theatre. 

Halloween Spooktacular is a very family friendly Halloween show that will feature new music as well as a few traditional favorites. 

“The show will feature some of the most difficult choreography Platinum Edition has ever performed in a fall show,” said Nancy Allen, Viterbo music department faculty member and the director of Platinum Edition. “The group is rising to the challenge with great attitude and effort. I’m really inspired by their talent and their hard work. They are a delight.” 

National award-winning dancer Lexi Tonniges, granddaughter of Viterbo President Rick Artman, will be a special performer. Lexi’s mother, Joy, will provide the choreography for her performance. Also joining Platinum Edition will be Viterbo’s 9th Street Singers, Apple Annie’s, and the Coulee Kids Choir. Providing the music will be the Platinum Edition band. 

“The show will have great music, costumes, and diversity,” Allen said. 

Tickets are $17 for main floor, $14 for lower balcony, and $11 for upper balcony seating. For more information, contact the Viterbo box office at 608-796-3100 or 



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