SHOWS AND TICKETS
- Concerts / Events
- Family / Kids
- Magic Show
- Performance Art
- Solo Performance
- Stand-up/Sketch Comedy
AND reset dates
In Luzia, a waking dream transports audiences to an imaginary Mexico. They experience a wondrous world that invites them, enveloped in light and nurtured by rain, to explore their senses. Inspired by the cultural richness of Mexico, Cirque du Soleil's Luzia features original music by Canadian composer Simon Carpentier. The show's album takes Carpentier's music (written for a live acoustic setting) and passes it through the filter of the electro-pop of Nortec Collective's Bostich + Fussible with an infusion of brassy Mexican and Latin American sounds.
This charming operetta, which is based on Anton Chekhov's The Boor and George Bernard Shaw's How He Lied to Her Husband, is set in Chicago in the 1900s. Aurora has been mourning the loss of her husband (whom she really didn't love) for one year and her cousin, Georgina, shows her that spring has arrived and it's time to start living again. Two unexpected men come knocking on Aurora's door to collect a debt her late husband left — but Aurora will not pay the debt. An argument develops between Ted (who is owed the debt) and Aurora — which leads to a gun duel. While Aurora and Ted plan each other's demise, Georgina falls head over heels for Ted's ward, Henry — but Henry seems to be infatuated with Aurora. It's a tangled web of high society tempers, love and farce, mapped out carefully in this delightful two-act operetta.
The current winner of the CW's Penn & Teller: Fool Us, illusionist extraordinaire Ivan Amodei is on a national tour with his show Intimate Illusions.
Currently on an eight-year run at his residency at the famous Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, Ivan's 90-minute show will include the incredible illusion that fooled Penn & Teller, as well as other stunning coincidences, psychological illusions, and spectacular brain games, all wrapped around spellbinding storytelling and masterful showmanship.
And don't forget the musical score by Céline Dion's star cellist Irina Chirkova that accompanies the show. Set in an elegant, candlelit space, and filled with audience participation, you'll witness Amodei manipulate time, alter someone's fate, and even discover a spectator's destiny — might it be you?
Ladies First is an evening-length collaboration consisting of three independent but connected pieces. Using sound, film, movement, and object manipulation, we explore societal views of femininity, competition, durability, and gaze. Through our own personal experiences, we write, discuss, and dissect what it means to be a woman. We're learning how to build each other up, combat the negative ways that women are portrayed, and find self-love, compassion, and sisterhood.
Amazing and amusing, Marc's theatrical creations have been hailed as "Not to be missed!" by ABC News and "A surefire 'you-gotta-see-this-show' show!" by Variety. Both fascinating and psychological, his performances have been enjoyed by millions around the world from Broadway and the West End to the Sydney Opera House and Singapore, earning him the name "The King of the Mind-Readers" by Time Out.
Marc's mystifying techniques and quick wit "break the lock" on the minds of randomly selected audience members. He has had the pleasure of outwitting such well-known celebrities as Sting, Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld, Donald Trump, Arthur Miller, Paul Newman, Prince Andrew, Judi Dench, Ronald Reagan!
Set in a typical college town, Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England follows the narrative of the Dean, her young girlfriend, and her ex, who all share anything but a "typical" relationship. When the Dean motions to shut down the town's rarely frequented but beloved museum, conflict arises and forces the women to work through their differing ideas about academia, life, and love.
Blending together the artistry of dancers, contortionists, high-wire artists, and French cirque nouveau superstar James Thierrée's extraordinary physical prowess, this spectacle premiered at the Edinburgh International Festival.
First produced on Broadway in 1962, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? concerns a middle-aged married couple in a college town. George (Lewis R. Jones), an associate professor of history, and Martha (Nicholia Q. Aguirre), the daughter of the college's president invite a younger couple to their home very late one evening. The guests -- Nick (Adam Zaininger), a biology teacher at the college, and his wife Honey (Kate Robison) -- walk into a quagmire of drinking, fights, sex, games, and delusions.