Forbidden Broadway: Special Victims Unit
By Gerard Allesandrini
Forbidden Broadway began in 1982 as a showcase cabaret act in a supper club on New York's upper west side. Since then, it has changed venues three times, and has become NYC's longest running musical revue. This edition, which spoofs everything from " Annie" to "Wicked", has captured a Drama Desk Award for Best Musical Revue and was recognized recently with a Tony Honors Award for being part of the theater community for more than 25 years. Entertaining for all ages, this wildly energized cast of 5 plus a piano and dozens of costume and set changes proves that no show is safe from the Special Victims Unit!
Produced by Friends of the Performing Arts Center at Middleton Performing Arts Center
Performances: April 11, 2008
Performance Times: One show only! April 11, 2008 at 7:30 P.M. All seats reserved. Tickets available at www.brownpapertickets.com, or call 608-829-9853. Handicapped seating and hearing assistance devices are available. Free parking. Performing Arts Center is located on the North side of Middleton High School.
Ticket Prices: Adults $30.00, Seniors $27.00 and Students $12.00
Call 608-829-9853 for reservations or more information.