It's hilarity on wheels in this hit, award-winning musical comedy for
anyone who has ever wanted to feel inspired. In this smash Broadway hit,
Kira, a beautiful, magical Greek muse, is sent on a quest from the
heavens to inspire a young artist to achieve his greatest dream – to
build the first roller disco. (Hey...It's 1980!) A delightful musical
spoof of the classic Olivia Newton-John / Gene Kelly film, this
hilarious roller-skating, disco-dancing adventure weaves a tale of
endless fun perfect for the whole family. Featuring popular '80s songs
like "Magic," "All Over The World," "Suddenly," "I'm Alive," "Evil
Woman," and "Xanadu."
Show begins at 7:00 pm. bit in order to be assured a seat (they have never run out of PWYC tickets, although this show is expected to draw a crowd), meet at 6:00 p.m. (or
earlier) outside the lobby near where the box office is. That would be on the east side of the large rotunda/main lobby. The procedure for "Pay What You Can" tickets: The doors to the lobby open at 6:00 pm and there is a table where those tickets are sold right inside the doors. (Minimum suggested donation is $10.) If you want to sit together, you must buy
tickets together. They will not switch seats once the tickets are purchased.
There is usually plenty of free parking on the streets near the theater.
However, if you'd like to park in a garage, park at the Arizona Center
Parking Garage, located at 400 N. 5th Street (north of Van Buren). After
you buy your ticket for the show, go to the box office to get a $3.00
parking voucher which you present when you exit the garage.
BEFORE THE SHOW
Internationally renowned sculptor, painter and educator, John Waddell,
is the featured artist in a retrospective "Mind and Eye" exhibit of his
paintings open in the Art Gallery. Also, the bar is open 90 minutes
before show time (accessible from the patio) and during intermission,
serving tasty beverages, delicious treats and nightly specials.