Backwards in High Heels, a Musical About Film Star Ginger Rogers
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The last date listed for Backwards in High Heels was Friday March 19, 2010 / 8:00pm.
Currently at International City Theatre at the Long Beach Performing Arts Center:
- Full Price:
- $42.00 - $47.00
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The boss is an aging legend, cantankerous but charismatic. His new assistant is young and vulnerable, but full of grit. When the two interact at work, the fun begins. Based on the playwright's own real-life experience as a young secretary from the Canadian prairie who finds herself working for the aging Francis Biddle, the primary judge on the postwar Nuremberg Trials, Trying is a hopeful and humorous tale of friendship amid life's most inevitable adventure: growing old. Upon its off-Broadway debut, The New York Times praised the show as "comic and touching." Now International City Theatre stages a fresh production of this bracing, brilliant play by Joanna McClelland Glass (Canadian Gothic, Yesteryear). Learn More
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Great performances by the talented and versatile cast...wonderful classic hits by Berlin, Porter, Gershwin and Kern along with original, new music. Storyline choronology somewhat out of sequence and production values low-bugeted and not polished....continued
Los Angeles Premiere (New Musical)
Conceived & Developed By Lynnette Barkley & Christopher McGovern
Book/Original Songs/Arrangements By Christopher McGovern
The remarkable life and times of the legendary Ginger Rogers comes to life onstage. Also appearing onstage will be Fred Astaire, Jimmy Stewart, Ethel Merman, Katherine Hepburn and others from the golden age of Hollywood.
About the Ticket Supplier: International City Theatre
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