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The last date listed for Ruthless! The Musical was Sunday September 29, 2013 / 3:00pm.
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Shall we dance? Enjoy a delicious Asian-inspired meal with Rodgers & Hammerstein's Tony Award-winning musical The King and I, featuring the unforgettable songs "Getting to Know You," "I Whistle a Happy Tune" and "Hello, Young Lovers." At the center of this unique love story set in 19th-century Bangkok is Anna, a British widow hired to tutor the King's many children. Although their very different backgrounds initially result in conflict, the sparks set off by their culture clash ignite a romance and lead to greater understanding and respect between the two. Arizona Broadway Theatre's dinner-show production of The King and I will charm your whole family. See the full event description for a dinner menu.
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This being the first production done in PHX Theater's new black box theater I was impressed with the look of the theater, sets, costumes and the actors. I thought it was a good choice to choose a dark comedy to open up the first season. Such...continued
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“This first production at the New Black Box Theatre, I’m thrilled to say, is a triumph.” -appleford.leftcoastx.com
“Ruthless! kept me laughing during every scene, and I was constantly finding myself overly excited to see what would happen next … this musical is one of my favorite productions I have seen in Phoenix.” -curtaincritic.downtowndevil.com
Ruthless! The Musical
Book and lyrics by Joel Paley
Music by Marvin Laird
Urban Oasis, Phoenix Theatre’s pre-show experience with live music, begins two hours before curtain.
About the Ticket Supplier: Phoenix Theatre
Phoenix Theatre, originally founded as the Phoenix Players in 1920, is the oldest arts organizations in Arizona and remains one of the oldest operating arts organizations in the country. Although the Phoenix Players performed in a variety of spaces including schools and backyards, there was an inevitable need for a permanent dedicated theatre space. In 1924 the Heard Family offered the newly named, Phoenix Little Theatre their old coach house on Central and McDowell.