Andrew Lloyd Webber 3-Show Subscription Series
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The last date listed for Andrew Lloyd Webber Signature Series Package from Broadway San Diego was Thursday January 3, 2008 / 7:30pm (Thursday Package).
Currently at San Diego Civic Theatre
- Full Price:
- $25 - $105
- Our Price:
- $10 - $79
Peter Pan leaps to life on stage in a whole new way courtesy of the California Ballet Company, which… More
Andrew Lloyd Webber Signature Series Package
Wednesday and Thursday subscriptions
Jesus Christ Superstar January 2nd at 7:30PM
_Cats _June 4th at 7PM
Phantom of the Opera July 23th at 7PM
Jesus Christ Superstar January 3rd at 7:30PM
_Cats _June 5th at 7:30PM
_Phantom of the Opera _July 24th at 7:30PM
Give Broadway’s Biggest Hits For The Holidays! ‘Tis The Season to give the theatre-lover in your life tickets to Broadway’s Biggest Hits coming to San Diego!
A special Andrew Lloyd Webber Signature Series subscription package offered by Broadway/San Diego is now available and features some of Broadway’s biggest hits ever, including Jesus Christ Superstar, Cats and_ The Phantom of the Opera._
Jesus Christ Superstar
This is the first masterpiece from the legendary writing team of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber, exploded onto the scene in 1971 changing the world of musical theatre forever. This original groundbreaking production starring Ted Neeley in the title role and Living Colour’s Corey Glover as Judas is as relevant and timeless as ever
There’s no better way to introduce your family to the wonders of live theater than with the magic, the mystery, the memory of CATS. Winner of seven Tony Awards® including Best Musical, CATS features 20 of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s timeless melodies, including the hit song, “Memory.”
The Phantom of the Opera
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s international award-winning phenomenon and the longest- running show in Broadway history returns to San Diego to take your breath away. It’s a timeless story of seduction and despair and the one show The London Sunday Times called “God’s gift to the musical theatre.”