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A hilarious and heartwarming portrait of love in a nontraditional family, La Cage aux Folles has been one of Broadway's biggest hits for more than 30 years, earning nine Tony Awards, including Best Musical and Best Revival. This boisterous and vibrant musical comedy invites you into the lives of Georges and his lover Albin, who moonlights as Zaza at the couple's popular St. Tropez drag nightclub. Problems arise when Georges' 25-year-old son comes home with his fiancee ... and her conservative parents. Watch as the flamboyant couple's family dynamic gets hilariously turned upside down. Written by Harvey Fierstein, the musical features beloved Jerry Herman tunes like "The Best of Times Is Now" and "I Am What I Am." Get in on the wig-flying fun as La Cage aux Folles celebrates love, romance and being true to who you really are at San Francisco Playhouse.
This clever comic stage adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock's thriller The 39 Steps turns a cast of just four actors into more than 130 zany characters with a mix of film noir panache, spy novel thrills and more than a touch of Monty Python-esque absurdity. The two-time winner of both Tony and Drama Desk Awards, The 39 Steps is a fast-paced and funny whodunit about a man accused of a murder he didn't commit, who flees from the authorities and encounters a string of hair-raising adventures, as well as an unlikely love connection. Brace yourself for an onstage plane crash, missing fingers and some good old-fashioned romance in this Ross Valley Players production of The 39 Steps.
Season 24 winner and NFL running back Rashad Jennings joins the cast of Dancing With the Stars Live!: Hot Summer Nights for a spectacular stage show at Paramount Theatre in Oakland. The all-new performance event features every type of ballroom and modern dance seen on the ABC hit TV series, including sizzling group performances, romantic duets, contemporary numbers and original pieces created specifically for the nationwide tour. Jennings' partner Emma Slater is in the mix, as well as Lindsay Arnold, Sasha Farber, Sharna Burgess and many more of your favorite dancers.
Debbie Benton is the all-American girl next door who wants to take her cheerleading career to the next level by joining the famous Texas Cowgirls cheer squad. When she's accepted for the tryouts, Debbie has only a week to raise the money to get down to Texas for her audition. Debbie's girlfriends agree to help her out, and together they begin performing "odd jobs" for the all-too-eager neighborhood men. Based on the smash-hit 1978 adult film, Debbie Does Dallas: The Musical contains no nudity or sex -- but this performance at Oasis in San Francisco is still a salacious and hilarious theater experience.
Disney's Beauty and the Beast brings its enchanting tale and Academy Award-winning score to the Woodminster Amphitheater in Oakland. Based on the beloved 1991 animated film, this visually-stunning spectacle has won the hearts of over 35 million people worldwide. The acclaimed musical tells the story of Belle, an intelligent young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who's really a young prince under the spell of a witch's curse. Time is running out, and if the Beast doesn't learn his lesson soon, he and his entire household will be doomed for all eternity. This musical love story is filled with colorful characters, lavish sets and costumes, and dazzling show-stopping numbers including "Be Our Guest" and the unforgettable title song. Enjoy this tale as old as time with your entire family.
Visited by his father's ghost and tasked with avenging his murder, Prince Hamlet descends into madness and homicidal rage in Shakespeare's masterpiece. In the Bard's immortal words, Hamlet meditates on the nature of life versus death, fate versus choice and art versus reality in an eloquence that has yet to be matched: "To be or not to be" will forever provoke soul-searching in audiences. Something may be rotten in Denmark, but Hamlet remains fresh -- especially in San Francisco performing group Ninjaz Of Drama's take. Edited down to a chamber drama and performed by a earnest cast in modern dress with minimal staging, this faithful yet innovative interpretation of the play is sure to entertain both the discerning lover of Shakespeare and those experiencing it for the first time. The psychological thrill ride of revenge, sex, greed and the supernatural comes to the Phoenix Theatre San Francisco.
This is not your grandmother's gospel. The Last Days of Judas Iscariot is set in a time-bending, darkly comic world between heaven and hell, where Jesus' betrayer Judas stands trial in purgatory as his lawyers bargain for his admission to heaven. The trial flashes through Judas' life, all the way back to his childhood, while incredible figures from history and beyond are called to testify -- figures like Mother Teresa, Sigmund Freud and even Satan himself. As the trial unfolds, audience members must confront old truths and examine what it means to really forgive during a production that ranges between hilarious dark comedy and intimate, touching drama. Written by Stephen Adly Guirgis, winner of the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, this production of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot can be seen at Shelton Theater in San Francisco.
In Seussical the Musical, cats wear hats and audiences wear smiles -- both two sizes too large. It's almost impossible not to grin when this all-ages musical adaptation of Dr. Seuss' stories plunges you into the whimsical world of Cat in the Hat, Horton Hears a Who! and many more classics. The Cat in the Hat links the stories of a young girl who is a "thinker of strange and wonderful thinks," and Horton the Elephant, who's out to prove that "a person's a person, no matter how small." Seussical's cast of favorite characters, including the Whos of Whoville, Horton and the Cat himself, brings a sense of wonder and fun to this colorful family fave at San Francisco's Alcazar Theatre.