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This groundbreaking, vibrant musical won the Tony Award for Best Musical for Lin-Manuel Miranda and his dynamic creative team behind Broadway's most talked about breakout hit Hamilton. Set in NYC's Washington Heights, this "Upper West Side Story" dazzles with sizzling song and dance, as the hopes, romances, and dreams of a community ignite over the July 4th weekend. Joyous, infectious, and moving!
Pull up a chair, order a delicious cocktail, and turn back the hands of time in our swanky nightclub for an intimate evening with legendary jazz songstress Billie Holiday. "God Bless The Child", "Strange Fruit", "Don't Explain" and "My Man" are among the unforgettable hits you will savor from the lady who sings the blues. She's got a life to sing.
They came together to make music. And together they made history. Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, and Carl Perkins join forces for one night only on December 4, 1956 at Sun Records Studio in Memphis for the greatest jam-session ever. Relive this legendary night as you rock along to such classics as "Blue Suede Shoes," "Folsom Prison Blues," and "Great Balls of Fire." There will surely be a "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" in the Topfer Theatre for this epic night of music from rock n' roll's greatest icons.
Every Saturday night in January and February, the cast of Start Trekkin' takes audiences on a never-before-seen, never-to-be-seen-again trek through the many worlds of the beloved, campy 1960s sci-fi TV show Star Trek by cleverly blending audience suggestions with the Star Trek canon.
This Pulitzer Prize-winning play is a beautiful and enduring examination of loss and our ability to go on in spite of it. Haunting and humorous, it follows the hopes and hardships of three contemporary women — how they laugh, how they live, and how they love. Representing individual characters and yet the same "everywoman," these women lay bare the truths of our lives. Albee's frank dialogue portrays aging without sentimentality, and his scenes are charged with wit, pain, and laughter as they explore forgiveness, reconciliation, and our own fates.