- $39 for one ticket for rear orchestra or balcony seating (up to $51 value)
- $49 for one ticket for mid-orchestra, tier level, or front balcony seating (up to $61 value)
- $59 for one ticket for front orchestra, box level, or dress circle seating (up to $81 value)
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So You Think You Can Dance – Live Tour
- The show: an Emmy-winning reality series where dancers (both pro and amateur) make it through tough competition and tougher choreography in hopes of taking home first place and the legal right to exclaim “I know I can dance!”
- Why people love it: The dancers are entrancing, the steps are exceedingly difficult, and the judges are tons of fun—especially blunt Brit Nigel Lythgoe.
- The tour: a showcase of the finalists from Season 12 of the TV show
- What made Season 12 different: a major shift in format that ditched the gender separation and divided contestants by their speciality, thus creating Team Stage and Team Street
- Why contestants loved that: Ballet and ballroom specialists were no longer stymied by having to breakdance or krump, krumpers didn’t have to inhibit their krumpitude with tap or tango, and female street dancers had a better shot at advancing.
- Who’s on the road: all the Top 10 finalists of Season 12, including Team Stage’s Hailee Payne (Stage Runner-Up), Jim Nowakowski, Derek Piquette, and Edson Juarez, and Team Street’s Džajna “Jaja” Vaňková (Overall Runner-Up), Virgil “Lil’ O” Gadson (Street Runner-Up), Megan “Megz” Alfonso, Eddie “Neptune” Eskridge, and Jessica “JJ” Rabone
- The headliner: Season 12 overall winner Gaby Diaz, who flawlessly performed routines ranging from a contemporary dance set to Sarah McLaughlan to a comfort-zone breakout hip-hop dance to Missy Elliot in her finale performance
- What they’ll all be doing: fan-favorite routines from Season 12 packed with leaps, spins, pops, locks, pirouettes, and assorted contortions, along with original pieces especially choreographed for this tour
- What Nigel says about the new tour: “These dancers have inspired the choreographers to create remarkable dance numbers each week, truly showcasing individual talent. I am excited for your favorite dancers to bring their inspiration and routines to even more cities on this year’s nationwide tour.”
The Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric
The Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric has a deep history that stretches back to the 1890s, when frequent polkas filled the air on summer evenings and the walls were decked out in beer-garden fashion. Throughout the following century, acts ranging from demonstrations of electric cooking to performances by Ella Fitzgerald and Robin Williams have inspired awe and given cause for recent restoration.