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Sorry! You missed Pretty Woman at Citizens Bank Opera House

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You can catch Pretty Woman at Emerson Colonial Theater in Boston, showing Until Mar 3, 2024

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Pretty Woman is also touring to:

Scranton

Fri 17th May 2024

$60

Montreal

Tue 5th Mar 2024

$45

Syracuse

Tue 19th Mar 2024

$50

Charleston

Sun 14th Apr 2024

$115

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Washington Street 539, Boston, MA 2111

Why See ?

Walking down the street on its first national tour!

After delighting audiences on Broadway Vivian and Edward are bringing their whirlwind romance on their first national tour! 

Even though we all know Pretty Woman, the creators of this upcoming musical know the original storyline won't go down to well with modern audiences. Therefore, the Vivian we once knew will now be a stronger and a more independent heroine for the 21st century.

This stage adaptation packs quite a creative punch. Marshall's vision is fulfilled by the movie's scribe J.F Lawton in penning the libretto, while Canadian rock god Bryan Adams and his songwriting partner Jim Vallance provide the score. Directing and choreographing the show is two-time Tony Award winner Jerry Mitchell (Kinky Boots, On Your Feet!).

What is Pretty Woman about?

A ruthless and driven business tycoon, Edward specializes in taking over businesses and then selling them off, piece by piece, totally unsympathetic to the hundreds of employees' lives he destroys. During a trip to LA, he finds himself without a partner for series of schmaltzy functions, so hires a sex worker to act as his escort. The lady of the night he chooses is Vivian, who much like Edward, goes about her work with a clinical detachment.

As their week together progresses, this usually isolated couple find themselves utterly comfortable in each other's company and discover that they might just be falling for each other. Can this blossoming romance turn both of their lives around?

Did you know?

The movie may be a light and charming romance, but the story started out very differently. The original script was a dark drama, with a much more downbeat ending. Once Gere and Roberts were cast, however, it was clear that the pair generated such chemistry together that the movie's tone needed to be lightened.

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Dates

Performance date: 1 January 1970

Run time

Two hours and 25 minutes, including one intermission.

And before you stop reading

Images are taken from the original Broadway production and may not reflect the current cast.

MASKS

You may be required to wear a mask during this performance. Please contact the venue directly for more information.

Cast and Creative

Cast

Ellie Baker as Vivian Ward
Chase Wolfe as Edward Lewis
Rae Davenport as Kit De Luca
Adam Du Plessis as Happy Man 
Liam Searcy as Philip Stuckey
Kerry D'Jovanni as David Morse 
Sarah Wang as Violetta 

With
Matthew Blum, Brianna Clark, Vincent Diperi, Lauren Esser, Charlie Fusari, Steven Gagliano, Justin Glass, Christian Maxwell Henry, Alexandra Kinsley, Joshua Kring, Bethany Mcdonald, Robert Miller, Hank Santos, Taylor M. Sheppard, Devyn Trondson, Elana Valastro and Channing Weir 

What we thought

bold NOSTALGIC Romantic

It's a must-see for anyone who loves the original movie or for anyone who wants to experience something truly special.

Our reviewer Saadiqah saw the production on the West End, here's what she thought!

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