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It’s the one everyone wants! GREASE, the fifth longest running musical in Broadway history, is revved up and ready to rock’n roll. For the first time ever, your favorite songs from the hit motion picture are live on stage in an all-new production. Audiences are dancing in the aisles to chartbusters like You’re The One That I Want, Hopelessly Devoted To You, Summer Lovin’, Born to Hand Jive and Greased Lightnin’. This energypacked theatrical extravaganza from Phoenix Productions proves that baby boomers, their kids and even their grandkids just can’t get enough of Danny Zuko, Sandy Dumbrowsi and those tough-talkin’ Pink Ladies. You’ll have a blast with GREASE – it’s still the word!

DECEMBER 9-14, 2003
Hallelujah! The Little Sisters of Hoboken are taking their act on the road in an all-star production of NUNSENSE, the award winning hit musical comedy. Celebrating twenty years of making the world laugh, NUNSENSE 20TH ANNIVERSARY ALL-STAR TOUR features five of America’s best-loved comediennes: comedic legends Kaye Ballard (TV’s "The Mothers-In-Law"; The Full Monty) as Sister Mary Regina, Georgia Engel (direct from Broadway’s "The Boys from Syracuse"; TV’s "The Mary Tyler Moore Show") as Sister Mary Leo, Mimi Hines (Broadway leading lady in Funny Girl; TV’s "Frasier") as Sister Mary Amnesia, Darlene Love (number one recording artist; Broadway’s Leader of the Pack) as Sister Mary Hubert and Lee Meriwether (former Miss America; TV’s "Barnaby Jones") as Sister Robert Anne.

DECEMBER 16, 2003-JANUARY 4, 2004
The winner of six 2002 Tony Awards including Best Musical, THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE is this season’s most awarded new show on Broadway. Based on the 1967 Oscar-winning film, THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE takes audiences back to the height of the Jazz Age in New York City, when “moderns” - including a flapper named Millie Dillmount - were bobbing their hair, raising their hemlines, entering the workforce and rewriting the rules of love. A delightful valentine to the longstanding spirit of New York City and the people who seek to discover themselves there, this new stage version features 15 songs, including two from the 1967 film, four standards from the 1920s and nine new songs by Jeanine Tesori (music) and Dick Scanlan (lyrics).

This brand new smash-hit sports the clash between traditionalist Chinese-Americans and their Gen-X offspring is filled with Las Vegas-style choreography, dazzlingly colorful costumes, hearty laughs and an emotionally wrenching story. You won’t want to miss the fabulous array of songs by Rodgers and Hammerstein including such favorites as Grant Avenue, A Hundred Million Miracles, You Are Beautiful, Love, Look Away and I Enjoy Being A Girl.

MARCH 11-28, 2004
BRIGADOON was the first big hit for the magical team of Lerner and Loewe. Inspired by a German story, BRIGADOON revolves around two American tourists, Tommy and Jeff, who stumble upon a misty little Scottish town. Tommy soon falls in love with a local lass, Fiona, but as the two men quickly discover, this mysterious little town only reawakens for one day every hundred years. BRIGADOON boasts one of the richest scores in musical comedy and includes such glorious songs as Come to Me, Bend to Me, Almost Like Being in Love, I’ll Go Home with Bonnie Jean, and My Mother’s Weddin’ Day. This is a tribute to simplicity, true love and goodness, which is hidden from the ordinary traveler.

APRIL 22-MAY 9, 2004
The legend returns! JEKYLL & HYDE, the phenomenal musical that has fascinated audiences around the world, returns in an all-new production to Houston, the city where it first saw the light of day. Frank Wildhorn and Leslie Bricusse have taken Robert Louis Stevenson’s dark tale of good and evil and turned it into a powerful musical experience for modern audiences. With stunning special effects and such soaring songs as This Is The Moment, Someone Like You, A New Life and the ribald Bring On the Men, JEKYLL & HYDE has developed the world’s most devoted group of fans. Originally produced in Houston by the Alley Theatre and Theatre Under The Stars, JEKYLL & HYDE will receive an all-new TUTS staging.

JUNE 2 - 20, 2004
Charles Dickens’ intriguing tale of a winsome orphan and his turbulent travails has remained one of the most popular novels and musicals of all time – OLIVER! Dickens’ most memorable characters, the roguish Fagin, the rascally Artful Dodger, the villainous Bill Sykes, and the long-suffering Nancy, all spring to life in this newly conceived version that charmed London audiences and now comes triumphantly to America. With book, music and lyrics by the incredible Lionel Bart, the show boasts such melodious songs as Food, Glorious Food, Consider Yourself, I’d Do Anything for You, Where Is Love?, You’ve Got to Pick A Pocket or Two, and As Long as He Needs Me.

JULY 13-18, 2004
The most critically lauded event of the last Broadway season is now primed to spread its magic all across America!! BIG RIVER, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, with music and lyrics by Grammy-award winner Roger Miller, includes deaf, hard-of-hearing and hearing actors performing each role in a synchronized ballet of speaking and signing. Spoken English and American Sign Language (ASL) are interwoven with music, dance, and storytelling techniques from both hearing and deaf cultures into a “third language” creating a unique theatrical event -- the adventure of a lifetime! The thrilling score is a mix of Cajun, gospel, folk, country and blues songs. The winner of six L.A. Ovation Awards and five L.A. Drama Critics’ Circle Awards, including Best Musical from both, is a slice of pure Americana that has left critics struggling for superlatives and audiences scrambling for tickets!

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