The Register Citizen (Torrington, CT)

Broadway series of shows slated


WATERBURY — The Palace Theater has finalized its 2018-19 Webster Broadway series, and with a Broadway blockbuste­r, some new titles and a returning favorite, it’s certain to be a magical season for theater lovers.

The season begins fittingly in October with “The Ilusionist­s” direct from Broadway; everybody’s favorite reindeer, “Rudolph The Red-nosed Reindeer The Musical,” prances into town in December just in time for the holiday season; get ready to lose your heart to everybody’s darling, Elle Woods, when “Legally Blonde” arrives in February; March roars in like a lion when the high energy of “Tap Dogs” commandeer­s the Palace stage.

In April, “The Book Of Mormon,” winner of 9 Tony Awards, will play a one-week engagement. The New York Times calls it “the best musical of this century” and Entertainm­ent Weekly says it’s “the funniest musical of all time.

Rounding things out in May is all that jazz and the razzle dazzle of Broadway’s longest-running American musical, “Chicago.”

For informatio­n and pricing on subscripti­on packages please call the Palace Theater box office at 203-3462000 or visit the box office at 100 East Main Street, Waterbury.

Opening the season will be “The Illusionis­ts” on Oct. 13-14. This show has shattered box office records across the globe and dazzles audiences of all ages with a powerful mix of the most outrageous and astonishin­g acts ever to be seen on stage. This non-stop show is packed with thrilling and sophistica­ted magic of unpreceden­ted proportion­s.

Season subscripti­ons to the Palace’s 2017-18 Broadway Series are available by calling the box office at 203-3462000. Season subscriber­s receive exclusive benefits and services not available to single ticket buyers, including reserved seating in preferred locations, up to twenty-percent ticket savings, free ticket exchange privileges, convenient payment plans, and exclusive presale opportunit­ies to all Palace events.

For more informatio­n, call the box office at 203-346-2000 or visit www.palacethea­

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