SOPHISTICATED LADIES starring Maurice Hines tixs one day only sale for 5/25 (DC) — Arena Stage — AAPEX

Monday, May 24, 2010

SOPHISTICATED LADIES starring Maurice Hines tixs one day only sale for 5/25 (DC)


As a THANK YOU to Washington, DC for making Duke Ellington's
Sophisticated Ladies the BEST SELLING SHOW in Arena Stage's 60 year history, for
ONE DAY ONLY on TUESDAY, MAY 25 from 8:00am until 8:00pm
all remaining tickets for Sophisticated Ladies will be sold for
$35 EACH (regular ticket prices are up to $85).
This offer is good for the best
seats available for June 3-6 performances.
Tickets can be purchased by
phone (202) 488-3300 or online by clicking the post's title.


Choreographed by and starring Broadway legend MAURICE HINES
Directed by Charles Randolph-Wright
on stage at the historic Lincoln Theatre thru June 6

"Long live tap! The party hits the highest gear at every
opportunity. ..a superheated razzamatazz! "-The Washington Post

"Top pick! Hands down the hottest show in town...Hines is still the
best tap dancer in the business. Hyperkinetic and full of life. A
magical, musical time machine."- DC Theatre Scene

"Glorious…high- energy, elegant…dynamic. You will indeed love
them madly." -TheaterMania

"Get thee to see this excuses allowed!" -Washington Blade
"the dancers are outrageous.. .beautifully executed production"
-Washington Informer

"a jolt of sheer electricity" -Talkin Broadway

"a lavish, reverent revue...[Manzari brothers] bask in a tsunami of
cheers and applause each evening" -Washington Examiner

"a historical event probably never to be matched again in DC...a fine
celebration ticket for family and friends visiting the city." - All Arts
Reviews for You

"Don't Miss It! With all the glamour and glitz, it's a throwback
to real musicals." - Rich Masabny

"a dynamite cast that is tearing up the stage...the orchestra, costumes
and singing are fabulous!" - NBC's Daily Connection Host Wendy Rieger

"fantastic choreography. ..the talent assembled on the Lincoln Theatre is
phenominal!" - Metro Weekly

"the Manzari brothers stop the show cold...with some of the most
explosively percussive rat-a-tat-tatting [tap dance] this side of a
machine gun." -Washington City Paper

"calling all song-and-dance fans of whatever description. ..this show is
for you!" - The Free Lance-Star

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