Buddy Holly Hall Announces First Performances for 2020-21 Season
The Broadway at Buddy Holly Hall Series has announced some of the first performances to be held at Lubbock's newest theatrical venue.
Among these are top-notch Broadway (or even Vegas!) quality productions that are sure to delight audiences.
The Buddy Holly Story, November 17-18, 2020
I mean, it's probably the most appropriate choice. Not to mention this production has been running nearly non-stop for 30 years and has been seen by 22 million people across the world.
Cirque Dreams Holidaze, December 16-17, 2020
If you've never seen a Cirque show before, you are missing out. I've seen two myself and I'm looking forward to the breathtaking acrobatics, gorgeous costuming and top tier storytelling that Cirque always delivers.
An Officer and a Gentleman, February 9-10, 2021
From their press release, "based on the Oscar-winning film starring Richard Gere, is a breathtaking production that celebrates triumph over adversity and includes one of the most iconic and romantic endings ever portrayed on screen. Featuring the Grammy Award® winning, #1 hit single ‘Up Where We Belong’"
Beautiful: The Carol King Musical, March 15-16, 2021
"BEAUTIFUL–The Carole King Musical tells the inspiring true story of King’s remarkable rise to stardom, from being part of a hit songwriting team with her husband Gerry Goffin, to her relationship with fellow writers and best friends Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann, to becoming one of the most successful solo acts in popular music history."
Les Miserables, April 20-25, 2021
Not gonna lie, I love Les Mis. Anytime I have to sweep the floor I sing "There Is a Castle in the Clouds" like I'm dying of typhoid or something.
Jersey Boys, May 18-19, 2021
From the Buddy Holly Hall's news release: "Go behind the music and inside the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons in the Tony and Grammy Award-winning true-life musical phenomenon, Jersey Boys."
Rent, July 7, 2021
Rent is extremely important in musical theater history. Originally released in 1996, it tackles with beauty and grace the horror of the AIDS epidemic. Epidemic? Sound familiar?