Broadway Hit Once: A Modern Love Story Told Through Song
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The last date listed for Once was Thursday October 31, 2013 / 7:30pm.
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Those brand-new 2014 calendar pages are waiting for dates to be filled in. This three-play subscription by Walnut Street Theatre gives you some great evenings at the theater to look forward to well into spring. First up is Other Desert Cities, a funny and gripping new Broadway drama from the creator of TV's Brothers & Sisters and a finalist for the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. It takes going home for the holidays to new heights of dysfunction. The family hilarity continues with the madcap dark comedy Arsenic and Old Lace, a classic of American theatre. The Mainstage season closes with How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, the musical satire of 1960s big business and all it held sacred. This blockbuster musical comedy features a beloved score packed with memorable tunes. This special subscription offer lets you buy now at a huge savings, and choose the specific show dates later. See the full event description for the dates of each show. Learn More
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I took my wife to see the musical ONCE for her birthday. The music was great (in the opening pub scene they actors/musicians play some great Irish tunes after which the wonderful original score tunes begin). The staging was minimalistic and very creative. Interesting and definitely cost effective having the musicians double as actors. The players seemed very adept at both. We both loved ONCE and would recommend it to anyone and especially to those who enjoy Celtic music.
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