Tickets to Bombay Dreams Now On Sale

News   Tickets to Bombay Dreams Now On Sale Tickets to the new Broadway musical Bombay Dreams go on sale Feb. 23.
A scene from the London production of Bombay Dreams
A scene from the London production of Bombay Dreams

Interested theatregoers can now purchase tickets to the A. R. Rahman musical, which begins previews March 29. Tickets, priced $60-$100, are available by logging on to Telecharge at Click here. The Broadway Theatre box office (1681 Broadway) is also now open for business.

Heading the cast of the musical at the Broadway Theatre will be Manu Narayan (as Akaash), Anisha Nagarajan (as Priya), Ayesha Dharker (as Rani), Sriram Ganesan (as Sweetie), Marvin L. Ishmael (as Madan), Deep Katdare (as Vikram) and Madhur Jaffrey (as Shanti). The ensemble comprises Jolly Abraham, Mueen Jahan Ahmad, Aaron J. Albano, Celine Alwyn, Anjali Bhimani, Shane Bland, Wendy Calio, Tiffany Cooper, Sheetal Ghandi, Krystal Kiran Garib, Tania Marie Hakim, Dell Howlett, Suresh John, Ian Jutsun, Miriam Laube, Aalok Mehta, Ron Nahass, Michelle Nigalan, Zahf Paroo, Danny Pathan, Bobby Petska, Kafi Pierre, Sarah Ripard, Darryl Semira, Lisa Stevens, Kirk Torigoe, James R. Whittington and Nicole Winhoffer.

Bombay Dreams, featuring music by A. R. Rahman, lyrics by Don Black and a book by Meera Syal and Thomas Meehan, is based on an idea by Shekar Kapur and Andrew Lloyd Webber. The musical will officially open April 29 under the direction of Steven Pimlott.

The Bombay creative team also includes Anthony van Laast and Farah Khan (choreography), Mark Thompson (scenic and costume design), Hugh Vanstone (lighting design) and Mick Potter (sound design).

Waxman Williams Entertainment and TGA Entertainment will present the Andrew Lloyd Webber productio. For more information visit www.bombaydreamstheshow.com.

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Bombay Dreams had its world premiere at London's Apollo Victoria Theatre in June 2002. The musical concerns a "handsome young slum-dweller and his dreams of becoming a Bollywood movie star."

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