Hold on to your pocketbooks, ladies: these Dirty Rotten Scoundrels are coming for you. Based on the box-office sensation, this Tony Award-winning musical comedy pits two sly con men in the French Riviera against each other when their joint plan to fool wealthy women out of their money goes south. Tue-Sat 7:30 p.m.; Wed 1 p.m.; Sat-Sun 2 p.m.
Yes, that’s OutKast you hear, and yes, those are a bunch of groovy geezers you see singing it. The Young@Heart chorus returns with a fresh setlist of tunes featuring hits by Jimi Hendrix, The Flaming Lips, Radiohead, and more. You’ll stop complaining about your own back pain after you see the energy brought to the stage by these late-in-life life-lovers.
It's finally here: the wildly anticipated national tour of Book of Mormon. The critically acclaimed musical officially sold out months ago—but we know how you can still get tickets. A lottery prior to each show means it's possible to get tickets—for just $25.
Tumble through the tangle of this convoluted tale of romance and mischief. The protagonist, Callimaco, finds himself hopelessly in love with a married woman and will stop at nothing short of reasonable to have her. This performance, adapted from an Italian comedy, is plump with juicy romance and humor. Thu-Sat 7:30 p.m.
From the hazy minds of Arj Barker, Doug Benson (star of the 2008 film, Super High Me), and Tony Camin comes a comedy show about anything and everything to do with marijuana. Since its off-Broadway debut in 2004, other comedians, including Tommy Chong, have made guest appearances in order to join in on this high-larious routine.
If you come expecting to see stand-up from Danny Tanner, the hypochondriac patriarch of the hit '90s series Full House, you are in for a surprise. Although, for most, Saget will always be the "uncool" dad who cleaned his own cleaning products, outside of TV, audiences know him as one of the dirtiest comics around.
How can the elderly and seemingly senile couple, Michael and Susan Edwards, restore the deteriorating Cider Mill Inn? By duping all of their guests into doing the work for them, of course! From Michael and Susan Parker, the minds behind Sex Please We're Sixty!, comes another American farce that will keep audiences guessing until the very end. Fri-Sat 7:30 p.m.; Sun 2 p.m.
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