Dance Musical Trip of Love Offers $19.60 Tickets to All Preview Performances

News   Dance Musical Trip of Love Offers $19.60 Tickets to All Preview Performances
 
The new Off-Broadway dance musical Trip of Love, which is inspired by and set to the hit songs of the 1960s, is offering $19.60 tickets to all preview performances. The specially priced tickets are available for purchase for one week only, with the offer ending Sept. 29. 

Created, directed and choreographed by James Walski, the production begins previews Sept. 26 prior to an official opening Oct. 18 at Stage 42, formerly The Little Shubert Theater (422 West 42nd Street).

Theatregoers can use the code TLF1960 to purchase discounted tickets to the show by visiting TelechargeOffers.com, calling (212) 947-8844 or visiting the box office at Stage 42.

The cast of Trip of Love is headed by Joey Calveri, David Elder, Kelly Felthous, Dionne Figgins, Austin Miller, Tara Palsha and Laurie Wells with Yesenia Ayala, Colin Bradbury, Bo Broadwell, Kyle Brown, Whitney Cooper, Alexa De Barr, Daniel Lynn Evans, Lisa Finegold, Steve Geary, Daryl Getman, Jennifer Gruener, Brandon Leffler, Peter Nelson, Tara Palsha, Kristin Piro, Ashley Blair Fitzgerald and Nicky Venditti.

"American pop culture is still pulsing with the psychedelic energy of the Sixties, an era of expression and revolution around the world," according to press notes. "The music told the story then and it will again this fall as Trip of Love brings the decade to life with over 25 of the biggest hits of the ‘60s." Signs will include “Blowin’ In The Wind,” “Born To Be Wild,” “California Dreamin’,” “I Saw Her Standing There,” “These Boots Are Made For Walkin’,” “White Rabbit,” “You Don’t Own Me” and more.

The production will also have scenic design by Tony Award winner Robin Wagner and costume design by Tony Award winner Gregg Barnes. The musical is produced by Makoto Deguchi and had its world premiere in April 2008 at the Theatre Brava! in Osaka, Japan.

For more information visit tripoflove.com.

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