2016-2017 Webster Broadway Series
The Palace Theater’s 2016-2017 Webster Broadway Series is alive with the “Sound of GREAT Musicals!” In addition to the five new national tours making their Waterbury debut, this year’s theatrical season features two, week-long performance runs and a brand-new Sunday matinee subscription package that promises subscribers the “time of their lives!”
The series kicks-off with DIRTY DANCING (Oct. 7-9), the sensational screen to stage musical adaptation of the hit 80’s film, followed by a week-long presentation of KINKY BOOTS (Dec. 6-11), Cindy Lauper’s Tony Award-winning “Best Musical” guaranteed to lift theatergoers’ spirits to new high-heeled heights. The series continues in February with four enchanting performances of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s fairy tale classic CINDERELLA (Feb. 24-26) before a week-long presentation of the musical that tops everyone’s list of “favorite things,” THE SOUND OF MUSIC (Mar. 7-12). The series concludes in the spring with the Tony Award-winning “Best Musical” ONCE (Apr. 7-8), the enchanting tale of a Dublin street musician, who is about to give up on his dream when a beautiful woman takes an interest in his love songs.
When you commit to becoming a Webster Broadway Series season ticket holder, you’ll also receive EXCLUSIVE subscriber benefits:
• Up to 20% ticket savings
• Reserved seating in preferred locations
• Convenient payment plans
• FREE parking passes (Platinum Subscribers Only)
• FREE ticket exchange services
• Exclusive presale opportunities to buy tickets to Palace events before the general public
Subscribers will also be first in line to secure priority seating to the Palace Theater’s exclusive Connecticut engagement of the PHANTOM OF THE OPERA when it makes its debut as part of the 2017-2018 Webster Broadway Series.
So what are you waiting for? SUBSCRIBE TODAY and enjoy the “Sound of Great Musicals” all season long! Our box office representatives are available to answer your questions Mon.-Fri. (10am–5pm) and Sat. (11am-2pm) at 203-346-2000.