Pantages Season to Include Sister Act, Priscilla, Book of Mormon and Jekyll & Hyde

News   Pantages Season to Include Sister Act, Priscilla, Book of Mormon and Jekyll & Hyde
 
National tours of Catch Me If You Can, Sister Act and the Broadway-bound Jekyll & Hyde, with Tony nominee Constantine Maroulis, are the latest additions to the 2012-2013 season at Los Angeles' Pantages Theatre.

As previously reported, The Book of Mormon will launch the season Sept. 5-Nov. 25. The nine-time Tony-winning hit has a book and score by "South Park" creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker and Avenue Q's Robert Lopez.

The Osmonds will offer Donny & Marie – Christmas In Los Angeles Dec. 4-23. The ongoing national tour of Peter Pan, starring Tony nominee Cathy Rigby, will land in Los Angeles Jan. 15-27, 2013.

The Broadway-aimed revival of Frank Wildhorn and Leslie Bricusse's Jekyll & Hyde, with Maroulis in the dual titular role, will play a three-week engagement Feb. 12-March 3, 2013. Tony nomineee Jeff Calhoun will direct.

Catch Me If You Can, the musical based on the real-life story of con-man Frank Abagnale, Jr., will run March 12-24, 2013. It has a score by Tony-winning Hairspray authors Scott Wittman and Marc Shaiman, and a book by Tony-winning playwright Terrence McNally.

The juke-box musical Priscilla Queen of the Desert, based on the 1994 film, will strut its stuff May 28-June 16, 2013. The Tony-nominated musical Sister Act, featuring a Tony-nominated score by Academy Award winner Alan Menken and Glenn Slater, will run July 9-28, 2013. Tony nominee Douglas Carter Beane and Emmy-winning writers Cheri and Bill Steinkellner re-imagined the film plot for the new production.

Additional offerings include Kander and Ebb's Chicago, starring Christie Brinkley (May 15-27); Rain – A Tribute to the Beatles (Jan. 28-Feb. 3, 2013); Beauty and the Beast (March 26-April 7, 2013); and West Side Story (April 9-14, 2013).

For season tickets visit BroadwayLA.org.

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