Forbidden Broadway, the Side-Splitting Musical Revue
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The last date listed for Forbidden Broadway was Saturday November 1, 2003 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Plummer Auditorium:
- Full Price:
- $55.00 - $60.00
- Our Price:
- $20.00 - $30.00
With famous characters, brilliant costumes and haunting music, Ragtime creates a dazzling diorama of turn-of-the-century New York, teeming with the raw energy of a still-young nation. Based on E.L. Doctorow's acclaimed novel, this melting pot drama is told from the perspective of three ethnically diverse families whose fates unexpectedly intertwine. Real-life figures like Harry Houdini, Booker T. Washington, Henry Ford and Emma Goldman make surprising and often illuminating cameo appearances throughout this "triumph for the stage" (Time magazine). With music and lyrics by the Tony Award-winning team of Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens, the production boasts a Tony Award-winning book by Terrence McNally and such memorable songs as "Getting Ready Rag," "Wheels of a Dream," "Till We Reach That Day" and "Make Them Hear You." Now 3-D Theatricals brings a new production to Plummer Auditorium. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
“One of the year’s 10 best.” —Time Magazine
“Absolutely hilarious.” —New York Times
“Even if you’ve never been within 1,000 miles of New York City, you’ll still love Forbidden Broadway.” —Boca Raton News
Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the theatre, Forbidden Broadway comes to town with its 20th Anniversary edition.
For two decades this phenomenal hit revue has been skewering the shows and stars of The Great White Way with delicious/malicious wit.
Sizzling satire combined with musical numbers, lightning-fast costume changes and dead-on impersonations make this wickedly comic revue dazzle.
Enjoy parodies of old favorites like Annie, Cats and Les Misérables plus newer “victims” like The Lion King, The Producers and Chicago, as well as sidesplitting send-ups of Ethel Merman, Liza Minnelli and more.
This scathingly funny love letter to Broadway just gets better and better!