Fred Kavli Theatre | Thousand Oaks, California
On Wednesday 31st May 2023, at Fred Kavli Theatre At Bank Of America Performing Arts Center, a live performance of the show Tootsie will be held. If you end up losing it laughing at this show, it's okay; everyone does and even when you've recovered from your burst of laughter, expect to roll over again as there's a lot more to come! It's really that spectacular. The show's set and costuming will be unlike anything you've seen before and of course, Tootsie has a beautiful score that really brings the show to life. This performance is truly remarkable, and it would be impossible to overestimate how impressive it is. A seat for this one is very hard to get as there are only so many to go around. Thankfully, it's super simple to get one right here, so don't delay, buy yours today.
Tootsie, termed "Broadway's funniest new musical" by The New York Times, was selected as its critic's pick – what an honor!
As the musical progresses, we learn more about Michael Dorsey, a remarkably gifted actor who frequently changes work. Michael, who is currently, jobless and at his wit's end, resolves to try one last time to get what he wants by purporting to be an actress whom he calls Dorothy Michaels. Even as the Broadway audience looks in awe at Dorothy's meteoric rise to stardom, Michael (who plays Dorothy) can't help falling in love with Julie (who plays as his co-star). Michael rapidly realizes that it will be more difficult than he had anticipated to keep up the appearance of what has become his best acting success.
It is a very compelling narrative, and everyone in the audience will be captivated by what happens next in this hilarious comedy, so you really don't want to miss out! This masterpiece is certainly very popular, as shown by the speed at which tickets are selling out. Be sure to grab your tickets for the show at Fred Kavli Theatre At Bank Of America Performing Arts Center on Wednesday 31st May 2023. You can rest assured that this is the best decision you could make this year. As a matter of fact, The Hollywood Reporter has called it "the most riotous new musical in years," and Rolling Stone has said, "In these turbulent times, when the world seems out of balance, we need a place to let the good times roll."