Overture's 2017/18 Season Single Tickets On Sale 7/15

Overture's 2017/18 Season Single Tickets On Sale 7/15Single tickets will go on sale to the public on Saturday, July 15 for all Overture Presents shows, including the newly added Ladysmith Black Mambazo, which will follow Overture's International Festival on Saturday, February 24, 2018, and Just Call Me God starring John Malkovich on Saturday, May 12, 2018, as well as Broadway titles A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder and Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical. Single tickets for the remaining shows in the Broadway at Overture presented by Lexus of Madison series will go on sale throughout the season (may be purchased now via subscription or group sales - more details below).

Overture announced its 2017/18 Broadway and Overture Presents season in March 2017, which features over 100 performances which have collectively garnered more than 25 Tony Awards and 15 Grammys and include Madison debuts, international stars and return favorites. A list is attached with shows/descriptions in chronological order.

"We've got another incredible season lined up for 2017/18 at Overture Center, with five Madison debuts, including two Wisconsin premieres, as well as a continuation and growth of our free and low-cost community programs," said Ted DeDee, Overture's President and CEO. "As audiences grow for Broadway at Overture and Overture Presents, the quality and caliber of the programming follows suit. It wouldn't be possible without everyone who engages with us by attending, providing feedback and supporting the arts at Overture Center. We are proud to continue our mission of providing extraordinary artistic experiences - free, low-cost and ticketed - for Madison and beyond."

How to get tickets:

On Saturday, July 15, single tickets will be available in person at 9 a.m. (Overture Center Ticket Office, 201 State Street) or online (overture.org) and by phone (608.258.4141) at 11 a.m. for all Overture Presents shows as well as Broadway titles A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder and Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical.

For access to all seven Broadway titles, patrons may purchase a subscription at overture.org/subscribe. A Broadway subscription (starting at $125 for five shows) includes A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder, Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical, An American in Paris, On Your Feet! and Waitress, with the option to make six and/or seven show packages with RENT and Les Misérables.

Flex subscriptions will also be available on Saturday, July 15 - patrons may select four (or more) Overture Presents and Broadway titles, selecting the dates, times and seating locations for each.

Many shows offer discounted group tickets for orders of 10 or more tickets in the same show/performance. Group tickets can be purchased now by emailing groups@overture.org.

Visit overture.org or call 608.258.4141 for more information.

OVERTURE CENTER FOR THE ARTS in Madison, Wisconsin features seven state-of-the-art performance spaces and five galleries where national and international touring artists, ten resident companies and hundreds of local artists engage people in nearly 700,000 educational and artistic experiences each year. Overture.org

BROADWAY ACROSS AMERICA is part of The John Gore Organization family of companies, which includes Broadway.com and The Broadway Channel. Led by 9 time Tony-winning producer John Gore (Owner & CEO), BAA is the foremost presenter of first-class touring productions in North America, operating in 41 markets with over 270,000 subscribers. Current and past productions include Beautiful, Cats, Chicago, Dear Evan Hansen, Fiddler on the Roof, Finding Neverland, Million Dollar Quartet, Hairspray, On Your Feet!, School of Rock and The Producers. Broadway.com is the premier theater website for news, exclusive content and ticket sales. For more information please visit BroadwayAcrossAmerica.com and Broadway.com.

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