on July 12, 2004
The production is one-of-a-kind. I've never seen such an amazing stage in which performances revolve around a pool which alternately changes into a walking surface. I bought preferred seats which offered an up-close view. If you want to take a chance, you can go to the box office and get preferred seats just released that are not offered via telephone ticket reservations. While picking up my tickets made via reservation, even though I was told tickets were sold out for the week, they had front row seats available. Children tickets cost the same as adults.
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