Broadway Series: South Pacific • Cirque du Soleil • Hair • Wicked • Mary Poppins • West Side Story
Curtain Call Series: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast • Rock of Ages • 9 to 5: The Musical
Bonus Event: Mamma Mia!
Wall-to-wall hits mark the Center’s 2010-2011 Broadway and Curtain Call Series as well as a special Bonus Event. The Broadway Series includes Lincoln Center Theater’s seven-time Tony®-Award winning South Pacific, The Public Theater’s Tony Award-winning production of Hair, an exhilarating new show from Cirque du Soleil, the return of Broadway’s biggest blockbuster Wicked, the Orange County debut of Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s enchanting Mary Poppins and the compelling new Broadway revival of Leonard Bernstein’s powerful West Side Story. The Curtain Call Series brings Disney’s Beauty and the Beast; the Center premieres of Rock of Ages, an arena-rock love story told through the mind-blowing, face-melting hits of Journey, Night Ranger, Styx, REO Speedwagon, Pat Benatar, Twisted Sister, Poison, Asia, Whitesnake and many more; plus Dolly Parton’s hilarious 9 to 5: The Musical. And as a Bonus Event, the Center welcomes back Mamma Mia!, the global sensation featuring the music of ABBA.
Center President Terry Dwyer said, “The Center has a great Broadway Season lined up for 2010 – 2011, with 10 shows that encompass much-loved classics, eagerly-awaited revivals and several of the newest shows and productions that have lately taken Broadway and the musical theater world by storm. It’s the kind of season that our audience has come to expect from the Center, one that showcases the richness and variety of the musical theater tradition.”
All performances will be in Segerstrom Hall. Priority renewal information is being sent to current subscribers, who will have the opportunity to renew their subscriptions before new subscribers and the chance to renew in their current seats or upgrade to better seating locations. The Center is offering all season ticket subscribers convenient and flexible payment options.
Season tickets to the Broadway and Curtain Call Series as well as the Bonus Event can be purchased online at OCPAC.org. Tickets for the Bonus Event are available at this time only with the purchase of a season ticket package. Single tickets will go on sale approximately six weeks prior to the engagements. Tickets and additional information may also be obtained by contacting the Center’s Box Office at 714.556.2787 or visiting 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa, 92626.
Please visit OCPAC.org for virtual brochures and video previews highlighting the 2010-2011 Broadway Series.
The Center applauds Wells Fargo as the official sponsor of the Broadway Series. Cox Cable is the media partner for the Broadway Series.