Big River Tickets
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Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn saw light of the day in 1985 when its Broadway production hit the Eugene O'Neil Theatre. It opened to a positive response by the theater goers who were all praises for the music and the story of the musical. Directed and choreographed by Des McAnuff and Linda Twine, Big River ran for more than 1000 performances. Consequently, it emerged as one of the most successful American musicals in the mid 80s. This production featured Daniel H. Jenkins as Huckleberry Finn, Rene Auberjonois as The Duke, John Goodman as Pap Finn, Ron Richardson as Jim with other cast members onboard. Based on Mark Twain's novel of the same name, the musical has also won several Tony Awards and Drama Desk Awards in different categories including lighting design, music and set design. To treat yourselves to a musical perfection buy Big River tickets.
Another Broadway production came to the fore in 2003 with Jeff Calhoun as its director and choreographer. It was presented at the American Airlines Theatre and ran for over sixty performances. However this particular production brought into the picture physically challenged actors such as Michael Arden, Tyrone Giordano, Scott Barnhardt, Rod Keller and Daniel H. Jenkins, Walter Charles and others. As a result the show catered to a larger number of people.
Other productions also came out including a US production which was seen at the Ford's Theatre in Washington D.C in 2005. The year 2008 saw a large scale production at the Connecticut Theater with Rob Ruggiero as its director. Earlier in 1989 Her Majesty's Theatre in Sydney did the honors of staging the production starring Cameron Daddo, John English, John Bell, Michael Edward Stevens and Marcia Hines.
Since Civic Center Music Hall will be hosting the event this time round, it is making all preparations to ensure that the experience is worthwhile. The venue holds a reputation of bringing to the table one-of-a-kind shows including ballets, musicals, orchestral performances, concerts, plays, conventions and much more. The King & I, Swan Lake, Greater Tuna, Cirque de la Symphonie, West Side Story and Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody are some of the popular ones.
This performing arts theater has been around since 1937 and serves as a venue for eight art organizations namely Oklahoma City Ballet, Oklahoma City Philharmonic, Black Liberated Arts Center, Canterbury Choral Society, Celebrity Attractions, Oklahoma City Theatre Company, Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre and Lyric Theatre Academy.
The venue consists of several halls, each having a different capacity. Thelma Performing Arts Theatre has more than 2,400 seats. Freede Little Theatre can accommodate over 280 people while CitySpace Theatre has a capacity of 100 seats. The Meinders Hall of Mirrors and the Joel Levine Rehearsal Hall are other stages Civic Center Music Hall accounts for. Before you miss out on the opportunity of watching another spectacular event at the venue, purchase Big River tickets.