Friday, May 27, 2011

Support the Arts


See that little girl up there in the not so clear picture (thank you blackberry) she dreamed of being a dancer. She wore tutu's and couldn't wait for December because that's when Alvin Ailey performed! Somewhere down the line she decided that maybe a career outside of the arts would be a better choice, but she still loves to dance, she still loves music and she still gets a tingle every December when Alvin Ailey performs. All grown up and still supporting the arts I was super excited when Ritzi Cortez asked me to spread the word about her new angsy rock musical... *squeal* you all know I love a musical!


Trouble - a brand new rock/pop musical is coming to New York for four days only, as part of the Midtown International Theatre Festival. A high octane tale of 6 teenagers experiencing the highs and lows of growing up. With a pulsing rock score by UK composer Ella Grace, fresh exciting choreography by Jennifer Weber and honest, moving story by book writer and director Michael Alvarez, Trouble is set to be a night to remember. Get your ticket now before they sell out!

Tickets $18/ $15 concessions. Get your ticket at the early bird price of $15 if you book before the 27th of May. (Please use the code ADVA when booking to take advantage of this offer)
www.troublethemusical.com or www.midtownfestival.org

I don't think I've ever seen a REAL rock musical but I'm intrigued and have already purchased my ticket! You all need to get on it so that you can save with the early bird discount. YEAH for discounts, it is a recession after all. The show runs July 28th -31st, so come on out and support the arts.

Thank You again to Ritzi for putting me on to this awesome show.
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2 comments:

Ritzi Cortez said...

Wooo! Thanks lady - you're a rock star. We will have to have some major drinkage after the show when you come to see. Let me know what day you're going!

Much love from London xxx

The True Urban Queen said...

I would love to see it, but it is not to be this time around. Oh well, do enjoy the show. I will be looking forward to reading your review.