Hit Musical How to Succeed... at DMTC Performing Arts Center
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All offers for How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying have expired.
The last date listed for How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying was Saturday May 14, 2011 / 8:15pm.
Currently at Jean Henderson Performing Arts Center:
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At the start of this darkly seductive Kander and Ebb masterpiece, the enigmatic Emcee assures you that, whatever your troubles, you'll forget them at the Cabaret. Descend into the decadent world of the Kit Kat Klub, circa 1930, where chanteuse Sally Bowles enchants the crowd nightly. Follow her doomed romance with young American writer Cliff Bradshaw as Germany succumbs to Nazism and political insanity. The colorful characters of Davis Musical Theatre Company's Cabaret are eager to entertain you with beloved musical numbers, including "Don't Tell Mama," "Willkommen" and "Cabaret." Learn More
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- The original Broadway production of How to Succeed... ran for more than three years and 1,417 performances. The current Broadway revival features Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe as J. Pierrepont Finch.
This Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning Best Musical is the hilarious story of executive dreams and office romance. With the aid of a trusty self-help book How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, wily window washer J. Pierrepont Finch enjoys a riotous rise up the corporate ladder. Can he get the promotion, the corner office and the girl, or will he learn that balancing business and pleasure can be precarious--but hilarious--and oh, so much fun?
Currently enjoying a fresh revival on Broadway, this perennial favorite features a magnificent score that moves to the rhythm of the city by Academy Award- and Tony Award-winner Frank Loesser (Guys and Dolls.)
About the Ticket Supplier: Davis Musical Theatre Company
DMTC's Mission is to conserve the Classic American Musical art form. DMTC will endeavor to produce quality, affordable, family-oriented theatrical musicals open to all peoples. DMTC will provide a proving and training ground for amateur theatrical performers, directors, choreographers, musicians and technicians. DMTC will strive to involve a multitude of people and families seeking to make a contribution toward the preservation of the musical theatre art form.