Jazz Age Tony-Winning Broadway Musical Thoroughly Modern Millie
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The last date listed for Thoroughly Modern Millie was Saturday October 27, 2007 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Welk Resort Theatre San Diego:
- Full Price:
- $55.00 - $58.00
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Tap dancer Arthur Duncan, country singer Ava Barber ("Bucket to the South") and singer-dancer Mary Lou Metzger -- all former Welk regulars -- are set to star during the run of this merry and bright variety show for the whole family. The pop-culture phenomenon known as The Lawrence Welk Show was a hit on TV for more than 30 years, as its genial baton-wielding host showcased singers, dancers, and musicians and brought "champagne music" -- and soap bubbles -- to the masses (and to Saturday Night Live parodies). This Yuletide extravaganza boasts sparkling costumes, sets and production numbers, that're sure to get you in the holiday spirit. Learn More
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my companions and i truly enjoyed this excellent production of thorougly modern millie. universally, the cast was bright, energetic, large venue quality performers and because they seemed to enjoy what the were doing, the audience enjoyed.
Thoroughly Modern Millie takes audiences on a fun-filled ride back in time and drops them off in the middle of the Roaring Twenties. This singing, dancing, romancing musical takes place in Manhattan, with all the Jazz-Age razzmatazz one could want in a big bright, brand-new Broadway blockbuster.
It's the story of a Midwestern girl who arrives in New York determined to take the town by storm. Winner of the 2002 Tony Award and Drama Desk Award for Best Musical, Thoroughly Modern Millie is filled with frisky flappers, dashing leading men and a dragon-lady of a villainess that audiences will love to hate.
The score includes great musical numbers like "Only in New York," "Gimme Gimme," "Not for the Life of Me" and "I'm Falling in Love with Someone." Showstopping songs, dance routines and plenty of comedy prove that they do make musicals like they used to!