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Phoenix Theatre's 2014-2015 Season Announced

Performances for the Phoenix Theatre 2014 - 2015 Season
Performances for the Phoenix Theatre 2014 - 2015 Season
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The Phoenix Theatre has just announced the line-up for its 2014-2015 Season. Complete with plays, musicals, classics, and new hits, it is sure to be a spectacular season.

Memphis

  • September 17 – October 12
  • Winner of the 2010 Tony Award for Best Musical, this show-stopping performance celebrates the birth of Rock n’ Roll in the underground nightclubs of 1950s Memphis, Tennessee.

Shear Madness

  • October 29 – November 23
  • Get ready to test your super sleuthing skills during this endearingly hilarious crime mystery. Shear Madness invites you to spot the clues, question the suspects, and solve the mystery. There is a reason why this show holds the Guinness record for longest-running play in the history of American Theatre.

Mary Poppins

  • November 19 – December 28
  • The classic tale brought to life through unforgettable song, toe-tapping dances, and mesmerizing special effects

2P4H (2Pianos 4hands)

  • January 14 – February 1
  • This comedic play tells the tale of two childhood friends in pursuit of concert pianist stardom.

Anything Goes

  • February 25 – March 22
  • The musical that won Sutton Foster her second Tony Award, this show is sure to delight the entire family. A story about finding yourself, finding love, and getting out of trouble, the show is packed full of amazing vocals and spellbinding dance performances.

Buyer & Cellar

  • April 15 – May 3
  • Straight from its chart-topping Off-Broadway run, this new one-man show is sure to keep you laughing. Telling the tale of an underemployed actor going to work in Barbra Streisand’s basement, it was deemed “Deliciously wicked” by the New York Times.

End of the Rainbow

  • April 29 – May 17
  • This show focuses on one of acting’s greatest talents, following Judy Garland through her struggles and triumphs during the last few months leading up to her death in 1969.

One Man, Two Guvnors

  • May 20 – June 14
  • The internationally acclaimed smash-hit and nominee for seven 2012 Tony Awards offers a unique mixture of satire, songs, and slapstick in a celebration of “British comedy.”

For ticket information, please visit the Phoenix Theatre website.