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This retro revue is packed with timeless tunes like "My Boyfriend's Back," "One Fine Day" and "Respect," as well as authentic costumes and, of course, plenty of wigs, as it recreates that revolutionary era in popular music when songs like "Where the Boys Are," "Downtown" and "Proud Mary" blasted from jukeboxes and car radios.

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Dirty Dancing The Classic Story On Stage is an unprecedented live experience, exploding with heart-pounding music, passionate romance and sensational dancing.

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A winner of best new play honors in 2014 from the Dallas Observer and DFW Theater Critics Forum, this fast-paced dark comedy centers around quirky, unstylish couple Mike and Deb, who have invited their hip, foodie neighbors for a barbecue to help overcome their status as the street's social outcasts (with the dumpiest house in the 'hood to match).

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Unsure where to turn, he makes his way to the apartment of his feisty 91-year-old grandmother. Click Here for Half-Price Tickets In 1821, forty years before Lincoln ended slavery, and fifty years before African Americans earned the right to vote, the first black theatrical group in the country, the African Company of New York, is staging plays in a downtown Manhattan theater for both black and white audiences.

Over the course of a single month, these unlikely roommates cross a terrain that bewilders and infuriates as they try to reach each other. Their competition is an uptown Broadway impresario who happens to be producing Richard III at the same time as the African Company.

Click Here for Half-Price Tickets This summer, the Dark Dane rises... Bat-Hamlet returns to Chicago's Cornservatory stage after three years for a rip-roaring remount of epic proportions.