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Michael Flatley Will Lead American Tour of Lord of the Dance

Flatley is currently performing the show at Broadway's Lyric Theatre.

Michael Flatley (center) will bring Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games to venues across the United States.
(© David Gordon)

When his run at Broadway's Lyric Theatre ends on January 3, Irish step-dance icon Michael Flatley will hit the road with his show Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games.

The American tour will kick off on February 19 at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida, before making stops in cities such as Boston (February 24 at the Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre), Chicago (March 2 at the Chicago Theatre), Dallas (March 5 at the Verizon Wireless Theater), Loveland, Colorado (March 9 at the Budweiser Events Center), Los Angeles (March 15 at the Microsoft Theater), and Las Vegas (March 17 at the Coliseum at Caesar's), among others.

Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games opened on Broadway on November 10 following a run at London's Dominion Theatre. The production will feature Flatley protégés Morgan Comer, James Keegan, and Cathal Keaney in the title role of the "Lord of the Dance," alongside a cast of accomplished Irish dancers. The show also features groundbreaking new technology, holographs, and dancing robots. Gerard Fahy provides the score.

Flatley is the creator and choreographer of the original Lord of the Dance franchise. During the Broadway run Flatley makes an appearance at the end of each evening performance, except for shows on December 4 and 5.

For tickets and more information about the Broadway run, click here.