Tickets on sale now for 'Menopause The Musical' set for March 5 in Ogdensburg
The cast of “Menopause The Musical.”
OGDENSBURG -- Tickets are on sale now for “Menopause The Musical®!” The international hit show will be presented by Ogdensburg Command Performances Monday March 5.“Menopause The Musical®” is a groundbreaking celebration of women who are on the brink of, in the middle of, or have survived “The Change.”
Curtain time is 7:45 in George Hall Auditorium at Ogdensburg Free Academy; preshow chat at 6:45.
For tickets, $19 to $43 [discounts for Seniors, Students, Groups of 15+, and “Friends”] call 315-393-2625 or visit ILoveTheatre.org.
Please note that if you have tickets for the canceled performance of Peter Pan you will have the same seats for this performance.
Inspired by a hot flash and a bottle of wine, “Menopause The Musical®” was created as a celebration of women who find themselves at any stage of “the Change.”
The laughter-filled 90-minute production gets audience members out of their seats and singing along to parodies from classic pop songs of the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s.
Now celebrating 16 years of female empowerment through hilarious musical comedy, “Menopause The Musical®” has evolved as a “grassroots” movement of women who deal with life adjustments after 40 by embracing each other and the road ahead.
Set in a department store, four women meet while shopping for a black lace bra at a lingerie sale. After noticing similarities among one another, the cast jokes about their woeful hot flashes, mood swings, wrinkles, weight gain, and much more.
“Menopause The Musical®” is produced by GFour Productions, winners of 56 Drama Desk and 44 Tony Awards.
It is recognized as the longest-running scripted production in Las Vegas and continues to entertain nightly at Harrah’s Las Vegas.
The comedic musical has entertained audiences across the country in more than 450 US cities and nearly 300 international cities in a total of 15 countries.
For more information, visit www.MenopauseTheMusical.com
This performance is made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.