Broadway Hit It Ain't Nothing But The Blues at Lucie Stern Theatre
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All offers for It Ain't Nothing But The Blues have expired.
The last date listed for It Ain't Nothing But The Blues was Saturday April 11, 2009 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Lucie Stern Theatre:
- Full Price:
- $42.00 - $48.00
- Our Price:
- $22.50 - $25.50
It's alive! Palo Alto Players presents Young Frankenstein, Mel Brooks' Broadway hit based on his classic 1974 movie. Brooks reunited with the creative team behind The Producers for a comedic re-imagining of the Frankenstein story. Follow young Dr. Frankenstein (pronounced "Fronkensteen") as he tries to complete his grandfather's work and bring a corpse back to life. He's aided by the hunchbacked, bulging-eyed Igor, his beautiful lab assistant, Inga and an eccentric housekeeper, Frau Blucher. Featuring larger-than-life characters and hilariously catchy tunes like "Transylvania Mania," "He Vas My Boyfriend" and "Puttin' on the Ritz," Young Frankenstein is guaranteed to produce monstrous laughs. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
This red-hot Broadway hit is a foot-stomping, high-voltage journey in song. From African chants and Delta spirituals to the urban electricity of a Chicago nightclub, from dusty backroad bluegrass to the twang of a country juke joint, it is a stirring retrospective of blues classics.
About the Ticket Supplier: TheatreWorks
Innovative, fun, and always entertaining, TheatreWorks’ high-energy brand of performance will captivate you! With a national reputation for artistic innovation and integrity, TheatreWorks is now in its 42nd year of presenting outstanding regional theatre on the San Francisco Peninsula and was named Best Repertory Theatre in the Bay Area by prestigious San Francisco magazine. The company offers a year-round season of musicals, comedies and dramas staged in the state-of-the-art Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts and in the graceful, California Mission-style Lucie Stern Theatre complex in Palo Alto.
“TheatreWorks’ successes have illuminated the Peninsula’s cultural scene like those of no other arts organization or institution.” —The Mercury News