The dance is worth the price of admission.
The Broadway show of the musical stops in the Old Pueblo next week.
Musical transports audiences to a Dublin pub and a non-typical romance
Based on the sleeper hit, the musical also had hit songs, won a Grammy
Broadway in Tucson’s 2015-16 season will bring back a slew of musicals seen on Tucson stages — and one that hasn’t and is most welcome.
Broadway in Tucson will pay $50,000 to the city to get out of the one year remaining on its contract at the Tucson Music Hall.
Ben Goddard plays a mean piano as Jerry Lee Lewis in the national tour of "Million Dollar Quartet."
Talk about your dream team.
"Million Dollar Quartet" is a jukebox musical about the day that Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins crowded into a Nashville studio and jammed.
Billy Woodward is Elvis Presley in "The Million Dollar Quartet," co-presented by Broadway in Tucson and UApresents.
When Billy Woodward was a young boy, he and his pop would sit on the porch of their Maryland home and sing Elvis songs together.
Blue Man Group keeps the music loud, the lights colorful, and the humor abundant in its show at the Tucson Music Hall.
"Well," said 83-year-old Wanda Mehsikomer as she plopped back down in her seat at Tucson Music Hall.
It should not have worked.
Green is nothing new for actress Dee Roscioli, who plays Elphaba in the Broadway road show of "Wicked."
Dee Roscioli is Elphaba in the Broadway road show of "Wicked," in Tucson through April 7.
You might call Kathleen Marshall an old-fashioned kind of gal.
Cole Porter music and the 1930s style it evokes remain intrinsic to the updated "Anything Goes," which Broadway in Tucson brings here next week.
With reinstated Cole Porter lyrics, new choreography and an updated script, "Anything Goes" honors the original musical and feels fresh.