Enjoy a year of outstanding musical theatre for an affordable price. The Western Nevada Musical Theatre Company is selling 2008 season tickets, offering economical ticket packages for a year of great entertainment.
Slated for 2008:
Annie Get Your Gun, the Tony Award-winning revival of the acclaimed Irving Berlin gun-slinging classic, animated with sure-fire hits, including Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better, Sun In The Mornin' And The Moon At Night, Moonshine Lullaby, I Got Lost In His Arms, and, of course, There's No Business Like Show Business. The production comes to the Carson City Community Center weekends, February 8-17.
Damn Yankees, the high-spirited story of Joe Hardy as he tries to help the Washington Senators win the pennant, comes to the Carson City Community Center weekends, May 9-18. The show includes Whatever Lola Wants and You Gotta Have Heart.
In November, enjoy the Rodgers and Hammerstein masterwork, South Pacific. Considered to be one of the greatest musicals of all time, this World War II love story won nine Tony awards, as well as an Oscar for an unforgettable score, including There is Nothin' Like a Dame, Some Enchanted Evening, Bali Ha'i, I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair, Wonderful Guy and Younger Than Springtime. The production plays at the Carson City Community Center weekends, November 8 through 23.
Season ticket packages start as low as $36 to $45 for those who can commit to show dates when they buy their tickets (Pick-a-Color tickets). Prices for those who prefer to reserve their performance date two weeks before the show range from $39 to $48.
Season ticket-holders come from near and far in California and Nevada, including Wellington, Fallon, Penn Valley, Susanville, Reno and, of course, Minden, Gardnerville and Carson City. Some travel from as far away as San Jose, according to Producer and Artistic Director Stephanie Arrigotti.
"We also have people who initially came on tour buses from the Bay Area to see our shows, then chose to buy season tickets for themselves and their friends and drive up on their own," she said.
"We keep prices low to make the shows affordable for our audiences, but work
hard to keep the quality high. Our season ticket-holders also enjoy the benefit of getting first pick of seats when we open the house. They are important to us, and we do what we can to let them know that," Arrigotti said.
Tickets may be purchased by phone or in person at the Performing Arts Office of Western Nevada College, 775-445-4249.
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