SEATTLE, WA –The 5th Avenue Theatre has announced a special One-Day Sale for the Halloween performance of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. On Tuesday, October 27 beginning at midnight for 24 hours tickets for the October 31 Halloween performances (2:00 pm matinee and 8:00pm evening) will be 2 for 1 (excluding the Pearl Section).
Joseph, starring American Idol Finalist Anthony Fedorov, has enjoyed a host of great reviews. “Did I resist?” asks Seattle Weekly’s Kevin Phinney. “Of course. Did I succumb? Instantly.” Steve Clare over at Seattle Examiner says “This show is safe to take children, Christians, atheists and your grandma to. You really don't have an excuse not to see it, Seattle!” And Broadway World declares: “Now there are those that say this show is overdone and nothing really new or fresh can be done with it...To them (and to myself) I say, ‘Then you haven't seen the production at the 5th Avenue yet.’”
To take advantage of this 24-hours-only offer, use the promo code word TUESDAY. Tickets will be available online at 5thavenue.org, over the phone by calling 206-625-1900 (phones open at 9:30am), or in person at the box office (box office opens at noon).
Tickets for Joseph, as well as season subscriptions to the 2009-2010 Season, are available over the phone by calling 206-625-1900/toll-free 888-5TH-4TIX (584-4849), in person at the box office at 1308 5th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101, or online at www.5thavenue.org.
The 5th Avenue Theatre is Seattle’s premier musical theater. In 1980, the non-profit 5th Avenue Theatre began producing and presenting top-quality live musical theater for the cultural enrichment of the Northwest community. The 5th Avenue Theatre maintains a subscription audience of over 25,000 and an annual attendance of more than 287,000. It ranks among the nation’s largest and most respected musical theater companies. The Theatre is committed to encouraging the next generation of theatergoers through its Educational Outreach Program which includes: The Adventure Musical Theatre Touring Company, The 5th Avenue High School Musical Theatre Awards, the Student Matinee Program and Spotlight Nights. Unique in its Chinese-inspired design, the exquisite theater opened in 1926 as a venue for vaudeville and film. Today, under the leadership of Managing Director Marilynn Sheldon and Producing Artistic Director David Armstrong, The 5th Avenue Theatre continues to achieve the highest standards in all aspects of artistic endeavors and facility operations, while preserving its artistic, architectural and historic legacy. Visit www.5thavenue.org.
Our thanks to our 2009-2010 Co-Season Sponsors Safeco Insurance and US Bank.
Please contact John Longenbaugh, Public Relations Manager, at (206) 625-1418 with questions or to schedule individual interviews.