Sheas Performing Arts Center | Buffalo, New York
This TRIUMPHANT musical contains everything that a theatergoer could want. There isn't any limit to the amount of pure enjoyment you will have, and you will definitely appreciate every minute of it. Stunning visuals, top-notch actors, and first-rate facilities are what you can look forward to. On Thursday 15th February 2024 at Sheas Performing Arts Center, there will be a live performance of Funny Girl Tickets are selling like gangbusters,and you don't want to miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! As luck would have it, we happen to have some on hand; so, what are you waiting for? Get them while you can right now; you wouldn't want someone else to have the pleasure of owning what's rightfully yours!
Fanny Brice is a loved comedienne who ascended to superstardom even though many of her friends and neighbors told her she was not beautiful enough for the spotlight. Her story starts in her irrepressible young days on New York's Lower East Side, where the stage-struck teenager fumbles her way through burlesque and vaudeville. Fanny is a smart one; she has a strong voice and huge aspirations and knows she can make it. At some point, Fanny's heart is instantly taken by Nick Arnstein, a handsome and charming gambler with a softer side. Her opportunity at fame is finally here with her upcoming performance in the Ziegfeld Follies. Her only hindrance is that Nick Arnstein, who is completely clueless to her feelings, is constantly disappearing on "business" trips. After a intense encounter in Baltimore, Nick and Fanny confess their sentiments for one another, and Fanny bravely leaves the Follies to join Nick across the ocean. Nick wins a big sum of money, and the couple quickly gets married and settles down. Fanny has to make a a difficult choice between her awesome career in show business or her adoring husband, who resents her success more and more as it grows. What an magnificent story line, but remember, tickets are limited, so be sure to get yours before it is too late.