Fever Tour Ends With DC Run June 11-30; New Tour Begins in November

News   Fever Tour Ends With DC Run June 11-30; New Tour Begins in November The national tour of Saturday Night Fever arrives at its final destination, Washington, DC's National Theatre, June 11.

The national tour of Saturday Night Fever arrives at its final destination, Washington, DC's National Theatre, June 11.

The tour of the Broadway musical, which was based on the hit 1977 movie starring John Travolta, officially opens at the DC theatre June 13 and runs through June 30. Its current cast comprises Richard H. Blake as Tony Manero, Jeanine Meyers as Stephanie Mangano, Aileen Quinn (of the "Annie" feature film) as Annette, Jim Ambler as Bobby C, Troy Magino as Joey, Joey Calveri as Double J, Danial Jerod Brown as Gus and Joe Ricci as Monty. For tickets and information, call the National at (202) 628-6161.

A separate, "Bus & Truck, one-night engagement" tour of Fever will begin in November, although casting has not been completed, a spokesperson said. Dates and venues for this tour follow.

With music by The Bee Gees, the original Broadway production of Saturday Night Fever played the Minskoff Theatre Sept. 28, 1999 through Dec. 30, 2000. Adapted for the stage by Nan Knighton, the musical featured direction and choreography by Arlene Phillips and scenic design by Robin Wagner. The original company included James Carpinello as Tony, Orfeh as Annette and Paige Price as Stephanie Mangano.

The fall tour dates are:  

  • Nov 1-3 in Saginaw, MI at the Saginaw Civic Center
  • Nov. 5-10 in Kansas City, KS at the Music Hall
  • Nov. 12-17 in Grand Rapids, MI at the Devos Hall
  • Nov. 18 in Lima, OH at the Lima Civic Center
  • Nov. 19-20 in Bloomington, IN at the IU Auditorium
  • Nov. 22-24 in Greensboro, NC at the War Memorial
  • Nov. 25 in Huntington, WV at Marshall University
  • Nov. 27 in North Bay, ONT at the Capitol Center
  • Nov. 29-30 in Springfield, IL at the Sangamon Auditorium
  • Dec. 3-4 in Evansville, IN at The Centre
  • Dec. 5 in Rockford, IL at the Coronado Theatre
  • Dec. 6 in Champaign, IL at the Assembly Hall
  • Dec. 7 in Cedar Rapids, IA at the Paramount Theater
  • Dec. 8 in Rochester, MN at the Midwest Wireless CC
  • Dec. 6- Jan. 6 Lay Off
  • Jan. 7-12 in Edmonton, AB at the Jubilee Auditorium
  • Jan. 14-19 in Calgary, AB at the Jubilee Auditorium
  • Jan. 21-26 in Vancouver, BC at the Queen Elizabeth
  • Jan. 28-30 in Boise, ID at the Morrison Center
  • Feb. 1-2 in Eugene, OR at the Silvia Hall
  • Feb. 4 in Santa Cruz, CA at the Civic Auditorium
  • Feb. 5-6 in Fresno, CA at the Saroyan Theater
  • Feb. 7-8 in Cerritos, CA at the Cerritos Center for the PA
  • Feb. 11-16 in San Bernadino, CA at the California Theater
  • Feb. 18-19 in Phoenix, AZ at the Dodge Theatre
  • Feb. 25-March 9 in Denver, CO at the Buell Auditorium
  • March 11-23 in Sacramento, CA at the Community Center
  • March 26-27 in CO Springs, CO at the Pikes Peak Center
  • March 28-30 in Albuquerque, NM at the Popejoy Auditorium
  • April 1 in Beaumont, TX at the Beaumont Civic Center
  • April 2 in Shreveport, LA at The Strand
  • April 4-6 in Fort Myers, FL at the Barbara Mann Center
  • April 8-9 in Melbourne, FL at the Maxwell King Center
  • April 10-11 in Sarasota, FL at the Van Wezel Auditorium
  • April 12-13 in Coral Springs, FL at the City Center
  • April 14-15 in Tallahassee, FL at the Leon County Civic Center
  • April 16 in Columbus, GA at the Rivercenter
  • April 18 in West Palm Beach, FL at the Kravitz Center
  • April 19 in Clearwater, FL at the Ruth Eckerd Hall
  • April 21 in Knoxville, TN at the Civic Auditorium
  • April 22-23 in Chattanooga, TN at the Memorial Auditorium
  • April 24-25 in Macon, GA at the Grand Opera House
  • April 27 in Mansfield, OH at the Renaissance Theatre
  • April 28-29 in Youngstown, OH at the Powers Auditorium
  • May 1 in Ashland, KY at the Paramount Center
  • May 2-4 in Rosemont, IL at the Rosemont Theater
  • May 6-7 in Utica, NY at the Stanley Performing Arts Center
  • May 8 in Lowell, MA at the Lowell Memorial Auditorium
  • May 9 in Easton, PA at the State Theatre
  • May 10 in West Point at the Eisenhower Hall
  • May 11 in Binghamton, NY at the Broome Memorial Auditorium
  • May 13 in Columbia, MO at the Jesse Auditorium
  • May 15 in Duluth, MN at the DEC Theatre
  • May 16-17 in Madison, WI at the Madison Civic Center
  • May 18 in Wausau, WI at the Grand Theatre
  • May 20-25 in Fort Worth, TX at the Bass Hall
  • May 27-29 in Schenectady, NY at the Proctor's Theatre
  • May 30-31 in New Brunswick, NJ at the State Theatre
  • June 1 in Wilkes Barre, PA at the FM Kirby Center
  • June 3-8 in Raleigh, NC at the BTI Center for the Performing Arts