Morrison Center | Boise, Idaho
You'll be frothing at the mouth over the incredible and uplifting story of a dance-obsessed, self-assured teen with dreams and aspirations of making it big in the musical Hairspray. Exceptional staging, stellar performances, and some of the most inventive, high-quality props in the history of show business are all here to make for a enjoyable evening at the theater. Some seriously contagious rock beats as well as rhythm and blues grooves will have you up on your feet and bopping during the show. When a show wins multiple awards, like this one has, there is a noticeable spike in demand for tickets, and of course, no one in their right mind would want to miss out on something this special. So, don't wait any longer; now is the moment to complete your purchase for a showing at Morrison Center For The Performing Arts on Friday 24th March 2023.
Fat, offbeat Tracy Turnblad lives in 1962 Baltimore, Maryland, and desires to perform on "The Corny Collins Show." She learns some of the black students' choreography while serving detention with them and eventually makes it onto Corny's show. Tracy's overnight success gives her a foundation to promote for racial equality in the media. Tracy is continuously harassed and bullied by Velma, the network producer, and Amber, her popular but venomous daughter. With the help of teen heartthrob Link, host Corny Collins, and Motormouth Maybelle (who hosts "Negro Day" on Corny's show), Tracy skillfully integrates "The Corny Collins Show." In addition to its humorous and charming performances, the energizing message it conveys about accepting one's unique self and moving forward is a big reason why Hairspray, which won the Tony Award for Best Musical, is still one of the most frequently staged plays today. In spite of minor differences, such as skin color, the uplifting and uplifting story of Tracy Turnblad calls us to fight for the rights of all people. This is why Hairspray is a must see for everyone! Nothing will make you happier than coming to the Morrison Center For The Performing Arts on Friday 24th March 2023.