Season tickets on sale for Phoenix arts center’s first Broadway season

Jun 17, 2021, 4:15 AM

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(Evolve PR and Marketing photo)

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PHOENIX — Season tickets are now on sale for a Phoenix arts center’s first Broadway season.

Tickets will allow patrons see the five fall shows at the Madison Center for the Arts, which are set to begin in late August.

The season will kick off with “Animaniacs in Concert” on Aug. 28 before “Jimmy Buffett’s Escape to Margaritaville” from Sept. 16-19.

“Potted Potter” will run from Oct. 28-30 and “American Ballet Theatre Studio” on Nov. 14 before “Santa’s Circus” closes out the season from Dec. 2-5.

Those interested can choose from a variety of ticket packages at the Phoenix venue ranging from $350 to $650.

Madison Center for the Arts features a 908-seat auditorium, veranda and lobby with 40-foot ceilings.

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