The Color Purple the Musical on a National US Tour

The Way I See It From My Big Eyes-

It was a little over a month ago that I had an opportunity to attend the Musical Production of the Color Purple in Atlanta at the Fabulous Fox Theatre. I was so excited to finally see this production. I can remember when it was first debuted in New York City years ago and I had a strong desire to see it even then.  The 2016 Tony Award Winning Musical is based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel and Academy Award-nominated featured film, The Color PurpleAtlanta was the third stop for the show and Oh! it did not disappoint us.  It’s now on a 30-city national tour, so be sure to stay tuned for announcements in your cities.

If you are looking for electric soul-searching singing, outstanding performances, and good ole’ jazzy sounds, then make sure you check out this musical.  It will have you sitting on the edge of your seats waiting to hear those classic lines from Alice Walker’s 1982 novel. The musical did not slack in bringing the storyline to life.  It is based on the hardships and struggles that African American women in the South experienced during the 20th century.  Issues like poverty, sexism, racism, rape, incest, and domestic violence were all endured by the women, but through it all, they survived.  The greater the struggle, the greater the strength gained from each other.

The all-star powerful cast & entire crew were just magnificent! It will cause your inner being to start thinking on a different level. A greater appreciation for fellow humanity can be gained after seeing this production. The heart throbbing and soul-searching effect can be felt as clearly marked by the faces of audience members.  You will literally find yourself engrained in all aspects of the show. It’s heartfelt, moving, captivating, and it’s a must SEE!

BRAVO! It’s one NOT to miss-  From My Big Eyes!

It’s coming to a City Near You!

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City                                 Venue                           Dates

Boston, MA                  Boch Center Shubert Theatre | 11.21.17—12.03.17

Hartford, CT                 The Bushnell | 12.05.17—12.10.17

Philadelphia, PA           The Forrest Theatre | 12.12.17—12.17.17

Oklahoma City, OK       OKC Music Hall | 01.02.18—01.07.18

Houston, TX                  Hobby Center | 01.09.18—01.14.18

Kansas City, MO           The Kauffman | 01.16.18—01.21.18

Dallas, TX                      DSM Music Hall at Fair Park | 01.23.18—02.04.18

San Antonio, TX           The Majestic Theatre | 02.06.18—02.11.18

Memphis, TN                The Orpheum Theatre | 02.13.18—02.18.18

New Orleans, LA          The Saenger | 02.20.18—02.25.18

Miami, FL                      The Adrienne Arsht Center | 02.27.18—03.04.18

Tampa, FL                     The Straz Center | 03.06.18—03.11.18

Greenville, SC                The Peace Center | 03.13.18—03.18.18

St. Louis, MO                The Fabulous Fox | 03.20.18—04.01.18

Durham, NC                   Durham Performing Arts Center | 04.03.18—04.08.18

Lincoln, NE                    The Lied Center | 04.10.18—04.15.18

Tempe, AZ                      ASU Gammage | 04.17.18—04.22.18

Las Vegas, NV                The Smith Center | 04.24.18—04.29.18

San Francisco, CA         The Orpheum | 05.01.18—05.27.18

Los Angeles, CA             Hollywood Pantages | 05.29.18—06.17.18

Costa Mesa, CA              The Segerstrom Center for the Arts | 06.19.18—06.24.18

Charlotte, NC                  Belk Theatre | 07.10.18—07.15.18

Chicago, IL                      The Auditorium Theatre | 07.17.18—07.29.18

Washington, D.C.           The Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theatre | 07.31.18—08.26.18



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