Tootsie - The Musical Tickets
Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House | Dallas, TX
On Thursday 27th April 2023, at Winspear Opera House, a live performance of the musical Tootsie will be held. If you start losing it laughing at this show, it's okay; everyone does and even when you've recovered from your jolt of laughter, expect to roll over again as there's a lot more to come! It's really that phenomenal. The show's visuals and costumes will be unlike anything you've seen before and of course, Tootsie has a fabulous score that really brings the show to life. This performance is truly remarkable, and it would be difficult to overstate how impressive it is. A seat for this one is highly sought after as there are only so many to go around. Thankfully, it's super simple to get one right here, so don't delay, purchase yours today.
The New York Times has chosen Tootsie as a Critic's Pick because it is "Broadway's funniest new musical!"
As the story unfolds, we meet Michael Dorsey, a talented performer who is in a habit of changing jobs constantly. Michael, unemployed and at the end of his rope, decides to make one last attempt at achieving his dreams by passing himself off as actress Dorothy Michaels. Dorothy's meteoric rise to Broadway stardom has audiences loving her, while Michael (in character as Dorothy) can't help but develop feelings for his co-star, Julie. Michael quickly figures out that it will be much more difficult than he had expected to keep up the momentum of his biggest acting success.
Find out what happens next in this captivating comedy that is sure to delight all audiences. Everyone adores this masterpiece, and it should be no shock to learn that tickets are selling out fast. As a matter of fact, it is “the most uproarious new musical in years!” according to the Hollywood Reporter. Make sure to reserve your seat for a viewing at the Winspear Opera House on Thursday 27th April 2023 and as Rolling Stone put it, “In these turbulent times, when the world seems out of balance, we need a place to let the good times roll.”