Tickets to Goodspeed's 2014 Season, Including World Premiere of Irving Berlin's HOLIDAY INN, On Sale 2/16

Don't miss your chance to get the best seats at the greatest values for each of the three terrific musicals during the upcoming 2014 season at the Goodspeed Opera House. Unprecedented demand is expected when tickets go on sale for the new season so audience members are encouraged to call right away. The Box Office will open at 10 a.m. this Sunday offering great deals on three fantastic musicals that are sure to delight theatre-goers: the home-run hit Damn Yankees - The Red Sox Version; the vibrant Fiddler on the Roof; and the World Premiere production of Irving Berlin's Holiday Inn. Be among the first to purchase tickets for all three shows at Goodspeed Musicals - the first regional theatre in the nation to receive two Tony Awards.

From the director that brought you Hello, Dolly!, this year's season opener Damn Yankees

is sure to be a hit with baseball fans near and far. Whether you're a Red Sox, Yankees (or Mets) fan this is a rivalry everyone will be cheering about.

Batter up! Just in time for baseball season comes the muscular musical comedy about a Red Sox super-fan who is transformed into a star slugger after he makes a deal with the devil - and his sexy associate, Lola. Goodspeed re-imagines a Broadway classic that swings for the fences, no matter which team you root for. In the game of love and baseball, you gotta have "Heart" - but watch out for "Whatever Lola Wants."

Damn Yankees features Words and Music by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross and Book by George Abbott and Douglass Wallop. Based on Douglass Wallop's novel "The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant" with Book Adaptation for the Red Sox Version by Joe DiPietro .

Damn Yankees will be directed by Daniel Goldstein who helmed the recent Broadway revival of Godspell , Goodspeed's 2013 summer smash Hello, Dolly!, and The Unauthorized Autobiography of Samantha Brown at The Norma Terris Theatre. Choreography will be by Kelli Barclay. Ms. Barclay served as Associate Choreographer for Broadway's Irving Berlin's White Christmas and Assistant Choreographer for Broadway's 42nd Street. She also choreographed Goodspeed's Hello, Dolly!, My One And Only, and How To Succeed... as well as Hello!, My Baby at The Norma Terris Theatre,

Scenic Design will be by Adrian W. Jones, Costume Design will be by David C. Woolard, Lighting Design will be by Brian Tovar; and Sound Design will be by Jay Hilton with Music Direction by Michael O'Flaherty. Damn Yankees will be sponsored by Bank of America and Dr. and Mrs. David F. Frankel.

Fiddler on the Roof has captivated audiences around the world and this summer production celebrating its 50th Anniversary promises to be something extraordinary.

"L'Chaim - To Life!" The international smash about Russian villagers and their universal longings - love, wealth, freedom, God and home - makes its Goodspeed Musicals debut, boasting the beloved songs "If I Were a Rich Man," "Sunrise, Sunset," "Matchmaker" and more. Dance into the town of Anatevka, where "Tradition" is both embraced and challenged as local milkman Tevye sees his daughters fall in love in a time of extraordinary change.

Fidder on the Roof features Music by Jerry Bock, Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick, Book by Joseph Stein, and is based on Sholem Aleichem stories by special permission of Arnold Perl.




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