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12B---May 6, 2004 . The Cuba Free Press00 TF Fox Theatre to feature Rockettes, Producers, Dmney, Chicago and mo00L l',)fx Associates is thrilled to Nite Catechism, we learned Soldiers and the, awe-inspiring from Ohio and bursting with the most funniest, most fear- heartbreaking musica!J present a season of the most that our audiences were inter- Living Nativity. dreams of making it big, falling lessly irrever,,ent thing ever celebrates a commUni spectacular shows currently on ested in the occasional experi- One of our most-popular in love and living happily ever seen on stage! proclaims USA young artists as they sm, t),roadway and on national tour ence of an off-Broadway style shows Les Mis6rables after in New York City. This Today. with the soaring hoP, e, in the 2004-2005 U.S. Bank show. 'Triple Espresso' is per- returns for what may be the glorious new version of an The Fox has also announced tough realities oftodaYSJ[ 1 Broadway Series. Seven pro- feet for this - it's funny, smart final Fox engagement of this adored American classic is new four off-series specials for And, "Mamma Mia!(I ductions will be presented on and, as they say on every mar- long-running national tofi,.t$the Fox stag.--, which subscribers will have musical sensation based. in 'A Great   re the subscription package along with four off-series specials. The season will open with the highly-caffeinated comedy 'qciple Espresso," September 14-1)ecember 28 at the Grandel Theatre in Grand Center. All .thor shows will take place at the Fox, beginning with the Broadway hit "Chicago" which dances into town November 9-21. The world- renowned Roekettes kick-off the holidays December 10-31 with the much-anticipated St. Louis debut of the "Radio City Christmas Spectacular." "Les Mis6rables," a legend of the musical theatre, returns F(bruary 1-15. Disney's new musical "On the Record" will make magic on the Fox stage Marcl{ 8-20. Broadway's cur- rent smash hit revival of "Wonderful Town" comes to our town April 12-24. Closing out the season is the 12-time Tony' Award-winning "The Producers, the New Mel Brooks Musical," May 10-22. In a first for the subscription series, the Fox will open the season at the intimate, 400- seat Grandel Theatre with "Triple Espresso," a show the Los Angeles 7bnes proclaimed "a triple jolt of inspired crazi- ness!" Subscribers will enjoy priority seating in the first seven weeks of the run. "Triple Espresso" shines the spotlight on three hilarious performers as they reminisce about their ill-fated big break: Hugh ' 'to nut, a lounge-lizard pianist; Buzz Maxwell, a dis- gruntled illusionist; and Bobby Bean, an irrepressible comic. "This is an exciting new devel- opment for us," said Mike Isaacson, Vice President of Progranming for the Fox. "After the huge success of 'Late quee Evening Out!'" "Chicago" is the razzle daz- zle tale of sin and celebrity that fuses all the elements of dynamic, vibrant theater. The sexy tale of the merry murder- esses Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly features the well-known songs "All That Jazz" and "Cell Block Tango." Music is by the Tony'Award-winning team of John Kander and Fred Ebb with a sultry book by Ebb and original director/choreogra- pher Bob Fosse. Winner of six Tony' Awards, two Olivier Awards, a Grammy and thou- sands of standing ovations, "Chicago" is the sensation that just keeps getting bigger and bigger. Direct from New York's Radio City Music Hall and pre- sented by Dance St. Louis, the Radio City Christmas Spectacular," starring the world-famous Rockettes, makes its St. Louis debut at the Fox. Famous for their eye high kicks and precision dancing, the Rockettes began their cele- brated history here in St. Louis as the Missouri Rockets in 1925. Soon after, they moved to New York's Radio City Music Hall where they have strutted their way into the hearts of mil- lions and continue to be a beloved family holiday tradi- tion. This spectacular live pro- duction has dazzling lights, scenery and costumes as well as a cast and crew of nearly 100 members, including live ani- mals and Santa Claus himselfi In addition to "Christmas in New York," a trademark Rockette showstopper, and the tap-infused "Twelve Days of Christmas," this magical pro- duction features the legendary favorite "Parade of the Wooden London Victor Hugo's epic tale with its "The Prodd'cers," the the first opportunity to pur- songs of ABBA, will New Mel Brooks Musical chase tickets before they go on delight audiences FebrUarl_ 11 ( i criptionS l On-sale dat will I incredible score by Claude- Michel Sch6nberg and Main Boublil, continues to thrill audiences with its story of crime, justice, redemption, rev- olution and romance. "Les Misrables" sweeps through three turbulent decades of 19 th century France with the story of one man, the fugitive Jean Valjean, who is pitted against the cruel and self righteous Inspector Javort in a lifelong struggle to evade capture. Winner of the 1987 Tony' Award for Best Musical, it is a masterpiece of musical theater. "On the Record" is the show-stopping new musical from Disney, producers of '"rhe Lion King," "Beauty and the Beast" and "Aida." Their newest show sparkles with more than 50 of the most- beloved songs ever written, from some of the most popular films ever made - including The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Tarzan, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Sleeping Beauty, Dumbo, Peter Pan, Pinocchio, Lady and the Tramp, Cinderella and Snow White. The story will join the supremely talented singers and dancers behind-the-scenes at one very special recording session, where every song you see performed ends up "On the Record." It is first-class enter- tainment, as only Disney can deliver. One of this Broadway sea- son's hottest tickets is coming to the Fox in "Wonderful Town." With a dazzling score by Leonard Bernstein and witty lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, "Wonderful Town" tells the story of Eileen and Ruth, two sisters who are fresh offthe bus has been an unprecedented sale to the general public. 27 for a limited success, winning a record- After breaking the record for engagement. breaking 12 Tony'Awards the longest-running show in New subscriptions including Best Musical. Mel St. Louis history, "Late Nite sale June 13. Brooks' film made the stage Catechism" is making a tri- individual shows transition easily with its hilari- ous tale of two theatrical pro- ducers who hatch the ultimate seam to over-finance a "guaran- teed-to-close-in-one-night" flop and pocket the difference. But they are not prepared when their Broadway brainchild, "Springtime for Hitler," becomes a smash hit. Directed and choreographed by five-time Tony'Award winner Susan Stroman, "'The Producers' is CHICAGO umphant return to the Grandel upstairs theatre beginning September 7. Catechism classes are never as much fun as when they are led by Sister in this hilarious one- woman comedy. Back at the Fox, Dance St. Louis will pres- ent "STOMP," the interna- tional percussion sensation, September 24-261 ' Returning January 7-9 is "Rent," the joy- ous, breathtaking and often |ly rc r C, - -  Inte] announced later. F0J " please call. She information, on offiet exerc Fox Subscripti ;a 314/535-1700. Groups ta  me more should call 314/53.?_Y J for special rates and r tions. More informati 0l' available on-line metrotix.com fabulousfox.com. Broadway Series at tN Theatre is sponsored bY Bank. 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