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Theatre Pops presents Andrew Lippa's Wild Party

Date/Time

Feb 17, 2017 to Feb 26, 2017
07:30 PM

This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).

Description

Andrew Lippa’s Wild Party evokes the glamour, sensuality, and decadence of Manhattan in the roaring twenties. The story chronicles an evening in the life of Queenie and Burrs, lovers and fellow vaudeville performers. To test the limits of their fierce and hot-blooded relationship, Queenie throws the wildest, most hedonistic party New York has ever seen. However, as the reckless and alluring guests arrive – all with stories of their own – seduction gives way to unbridled passion, and what began as an evening of games and titillation ends in violence. Wild Party, with a driving score by Andrew Lippa, blends contemporary music with the sounds of the Jazz Age.

Wild Party will be staged in and around the audience, putting them right in the middle of the story. Start the party early with a special four-course dinner before the show, crafted especially for the occasion by Ludger's Catering & Events. Deco inspired cocktails will be served by IDL Ballroom with a decadent backdrop befitting the era.

General admission tickets are $25.00. Dinner and show packages are available for $60 per person by calling Meghan Hurley at 918-902-6339. For more details and to purchase tickets, please visit www.theatrepops.org.

Feb 17-19, 24-26 at 7:30 pm 

Cost

$25-60

Location

View map IDL Ballroom
230 East 1st Street
Tulsa, OK

Additional Information

Sponsor

Theatre Pops

Phone

918-902-6339

Contact name

Meghan Hurley

Contact email

info@theatrepops.org

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