Funny Girl at August Wilson Theatre

Funny Girl Tickets

August Wilson Theatre | New York, New York

Some second to none performances are in store for you at Funny Girl on Sunday 21st May 2023. The production quality is incredible. You can expect the ultimate in staging and a jaw dropping cast. Virginia/August Wilson Theatre is also pretty top class and they will have the best in services. All you need to know is that you will have the time have your life. The critics have been raving about it and you genuinely don't want to miss out on this one, but you will if you don't act now. Tickets are fast becoming unavailable, so be sure to grab yours today! Just click the button and be done with it.

Funny Girl at August Wilson Theatre

Fanny Brice is the protagonist of this story and isn’t supposed to be "pretty," but she glows in a way that is irresistible. Her voice, comedic ways, graceful charms, elegant hands, and eyes that penetrate with burning stares through the soul are the stuff legends are made of.

Her story begins in her irrepressible young days on New York's Lower East Side, where the stage-struck teenager feels her way through burlesque and vaudeville. Fanny is a smart one; she has a strong voice, big aspirations and knows she can make it despite being put down by friends and family.

At some point, Fanny's heart is instantly taken by Nick Arnstein, a good looking and charming risk taker with a softer side. Her only hinderence is that Nick is unaware of her feelings and regularly leaves town on "business" trips. Nick and Fanny eventually admit their feelings for one another after a passionate encounter in Baltimore, and Fanny bravely leaves to run after Nick across the ocean.

The couple happily marries after Nick wins a bankroll. But no thing good lasts forever, and Fanny must choose between her brilliant show business career and her husband, who is starting to hate her success. This is one hell of a story that certainly should not be missed. Buy your tickets, right here before it is too late.

Funny Girl at August Wilson Theatre

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