2hr. 40min. (1 intermission)


Buena Vista Theatrical Group presents Elton John and Tim Rice's musical love story, Aida. The story is based on the legendary tragedy of Aida, a Nubian Princess who is taken as a slave by Radames, a conquering Egyptian soldier, and given as a handmaiden to the Pharaoh's daughter. Aida soon finds herself in love with Radames and is torn between love and duty when the Nubian slaves look to her to lead them to freedom. Directed by Robert Falls and choreographed by Wayne Cilento, Aida won several 2000 Tony Awards: Best Actress in a Musical, Heather Headley; Best Scenic Design, Bob Crowley; Best Lighting Design, Natasha Katz; and Best Score, Elton John and Tim Rice. Now starring R&B recording star Deborah Cox as Aida and Adam Pascal as Radames. Also featuring Micky Dolenz, lead singer of the group The Monkees as Zoser. May be inappropriate for ages 12 and under. Student rush tickets are available for $25 on the day of the performance beginning at 10:00am (12:00pm on Sundays.) A valid student ID is required, and there is a limit of 2 tickets per person. Standing room tickets are available on the day of the performance when the show is sold out, $10 for balcony and $15 for rear mezzanine.

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