Think you don’t know Shakespeare? Think again! PLAY ON! A SUZY MILLER DANCE SPECTACULAR storms the stage this Friday, July 4th and once you experience this show, you’ll NEVER think the same way about William Shakespeare again. In the words of writer/director/choreographer Suzy Miller:
“Shakespeare said ‘The object of Art is to give Life Shape.’ Play On celebrates how Shakespeare has shaped ours…”
From Chicago’s “Cell Block Tango” (like you’ve never seen it played before!) to “Too Darn Hot” and “I Hate Men” from Kiss Me Kate; to selections from West Side Story and “Circle of Life” from The Lion King, this is a “Shakespeare in pop culture” journey that you’re going to LOVE.
Of course it doesn’t hurt that this is a Suzy Miller show after all, and the choreography is absolutely brilliant. The cast is multi-talented, taking on tap numbers, Bob Fosse-style jazz, modern dance, 1920’s Charleston numbers, aerial silks and more, not to mention an homage to both Hamlet and The Lion King that you just have to see. And I’ll bet you’ll learn a few things that you absolutely did NOT know about the great Bard of Avon too.
PLAY ON! opens this Friday, July 4th and runs through July 27th. You can get your tickets right HERE. And I recommend doing it early to make sure you’re not left out of the fun! The best seats are still available for our NEW Thursday night performances and if you’re a fan of a dry martini, you can’t beat our Saturday Night Martini Bar. You can even bring your drink in to watch the show!
And of course, if you haven’t purchased your 2014-2015 season subscription yet, there’s still time. Click HERE for all the details about 3 different subscription packages and buy your tickets today. Trust me, it’s the best way to make sure you’re never left out in the cold on a sold-out show.
Finally, you simply must see our new TV commercial created by Ryan Loyd of Rylo Media Design!
Whether you spend your 4th of July holiday weekend in the theatre seeing a show or out on the beach for fireworks, I hope you have a wonderful weekend. And remember…