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by Mary Dickinson
January 12, 2004
The lights fade and the next setting transports them to Spain. They are as able with the Flamenco steps as the ladies' red ruffled skirts swirl and their feet beat out the romantic music. The lights fade again and then they are sporting derby hats and black costumes and are tapping out jazz. Again the lights fade and they are wearing plaid. Bagpipes are playing a different tune and they are wearing ballet slippers. The dance costuming are genuinely Scottish. The show runs for two hours with a twenty-minute intermission.
Spirit of the Dance is performed on stage at the Palace Theater. It is at the western end of Broadway At The Beach. Being off season, the auditorium was only one quarter full, however, tickets were regular price. We ordered our tickets and seats on the internet and got a $5 discount but for Row L center seats we still paid $41.93 apiece.
Broadway and The Carolina Jamboree are also playing at the Palace Theater. A big discount in price was being offered if we bought tickets for those shows while we were there but I had other plans for the week. There is a gift shop in the lobby where DVDs of the performance are for sale.
From journal Myrtle Beach in December
April 19, 2003
Many of the tourist books include a $5.00 off coupon. To redeem this you must buy your tickets at the box office. This was no hardship for us as we were staying almost next door at Sheraton’s Broadway Plantation.
From journal Awesome Discount Golf Holiday Myrtle Beach
Middletown, New Jersey
November 14, 2002
The music, dancing and even the snacks were enjoyable. The show was a little long for my four-year old - in fact, he fell asleep; but for the rest of us...it was an enjoyable evening.
From journal Our Second Home
June 25, 2003
From journal The Myrtle Beach Experience