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Dress Up For Urinetown!


Dress Up For Urinetown!



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$20 Special Performance

Splash out and dress a wee bit over the top!
6.30pm Monday 3rd December

To celebrate Downstage’s scintillating Christmas show Urinetown, we invite Wellingtonian’s to dress up a ‘wee bit over the top’ and attend an evening of mayhem, mirth and music!

Think Les Misérables struggling poor or Rocky Horror sexy Transylvanian, dress up and join us for the musical sensation Urinetown!

Hilarious, sassy and a wee bit over the top, Urinetown brilliantly satirises the kind of ecological crises, which are destined to dominate the 21st century. At the same time, it pokes cheerful fun at all the clichés of Broadway musicals and is a riotously funny night out!

For more information about the show and pictures of the performance go to www.downstage.co.nz

So save a penny and book your tickets now on 801 6946 or at the Downstage Box Office!

We look forward to seeing you at Downstage!

“Genius show” Priyanka Bhonsule, Hutt News

“A musical that proves how rich we are in performing arts talent”
John Smythe, Theatreview.org.nz

“Marvellous cast with terrific zest and show-biz pizzazz” Laurie Atkinson, Dominion Post

“Downstage has done an excellent job and pulled out all the available stops”
Lynn Freeman, Capital Times

*$20 Urinetown tickets issued at the discretion of the Box Office staff

ENDS


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