FILE - This file theater image originally released by The O+M Company shows Jefferson Mays during a performance of "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder," at the Walter Kerr Theatre in New York. The musical comedy reached a bloody milestone at Wednesday’s matinee when star Jefferson Mays w…
The musical titled “The Book of Mormon” is presented in New York City. It also has played in Atlanta and St. Louis.
Carol Burnett and Paul Bosco star in the Broadway play "Moon Over Buffalo" in New York. It is among the Broadway plays to open the new fall theater season. Other productions include the musical "Victor, Victoria," starring Julie Andrews and a revival of the muscial "Hello Dolly" starring Car…
This theater image released by Boneau/Bryan-Brown shows Mary Bridget Davis performing in "A Night with Janis Joplin," at the Lyceum Theatre in New York. Davies and her "A Night With Janis Joplin," which opens Thursday, are part of a new wave of musicals featuring female singer-songwriters, a…
Broadway road-show musical “Sister Act” was rewritten for U.S. audiences. “Some things in the European production ... would have caused a riot in New York,” says Douglas Carter Beane.
The Broadway road show “Sister Act” is based on the 1992 movie of the same name. The musical has the same bones as the movie with a different script and toe-tapping songs.
“Sister Act,” in which a woman poses as a nun to escape the mob, comes to Centennial Hall Oct. 8-13 courtesy of Broadway in Tucson.
Patti Murin, left, is Glinda (the role is played in Tucson by Jenn Gambatese), and Dee Roscioli is Elphaba in the Broadway road show of "Wicked."
Dee Roscioli is Elphaba in the Broadway road show of "Wicked," in Tucson through April 7.
The classic teen-angst-filled music and dance fest "West Side
Story" rumbles into Tucson Music Hall. The cast includes a
University of Arizona graduate in the lead role of Tony.
Kyle Harris and Ali Ewoldt are the lovestruck teens in the road
show of “West Side Story.” The story takes its cue from
Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.”
Andrew Rannells, center, in the Broadway musical "The Book of Mormon."
"Burn the Floor," which has played in more than 190 cities in 30 countries, offers championship dances ranging from salsa to waltzes.
Vicki Noon as Elphaba, left, and Natalie Daradich as Galinda in "Wicked."
Merritt David Janes as Lumiere in "Beauty and the Beast."
Vicki Noon as Elphaba in "Wicked," which Broadway in Tucson and UApresents are bringing to Tucson this January.
Jessica Scholl, left, and Katie Babb hoist Rena Strober in Broadway in Tucson's production of "Fiddler." The choreography matches Jerome Robbins' in the original 1964 production.
Theodore Bikel as Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof.
Marcie Dodd and Helene Yorke in the second national tour of the musical, Wicked.
The original Broadway cast of the musical, Wicked.
The original Broadway cast and set of the musical, Wicked.
In this theater publicity image released by The Hartman Group, Erin Mackey portrays Glinda, left, and Dee Roscioli portrays Elphaba in a scene from the production of the musical, "Wicked."
Helene Yorke and Marcie Dodd in "Wicked." It's the story of what happened in Oz before Dorothy dropped in.
Kristin Chenoweth stands on her bubbling pendulum chair in the opening scene of the Broadway musical "Wicked."
When you walk with this bad boy, you'd best walk carefully. It's a T-rex from "Walking With Dinosaurs: The Live Experience." The show, with life-size animatronic dinos, is coming to the TCC next month.
Utahraptors emerge from the fog in a scene from "Walking With Dinosaurs: The Live Experience." Internationally renowned designers have worked with scientists to create 15 life-size dinosaurs.
Megan Lewis, left, as Vivienne, Becky Gulsvig as Elle Woods and Gretchen Burghart as Enid in "Legally Blonde the Musical."
Becky Gulsvig as Elle and Frankie as Bruiser in "Legally Blonde the Musical."
Becky Gulsvig as Elle Woods and Frankie as Bruiser in the National Tour of Legally Blonde the Musical. Photo: Joan Marcus
Becky Gulsvig as Elle Woods and Frankie as Bruiser in the National Tour of Legally Blonde the Musical.