Proctors 2014-2015 season

intergalactic nemesis 3 poster

The Intergalactic Nemesis returns.

A few shows that caught our eye while skimming through the recently released Proctors schedule for the 2014-2015 season:

October 28: Evil Dead the Musical
Based on the Sam Raimi films. Because... why not.

November 7-8: Twin Infinity: Intergalactic Nemesis Book 3
The sort of live graphic novel/radio show returns again.

November 15: Cesar Milan
The Dog Whisperer himself.

December 23-28: Elf the Broadway Musical
Based on the film.

January 24: Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! Deconstructing the Early Beatles
Another in the very popular series from Beatles expert Scott Freiman.

March 10-11: Blue Man Group
Popular. And very blue.

February 28-March 1: Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles
Very popular Beatles tribute act. Shows have sold out on previous swings through the area.

Tickets are on sale now. And we suspect some of these will be popular, so if you're interested in going, you might think about getting tickets sooner rather than later.

And, of course, these are just a few shows that caught our eye. There are many others on the schedule.

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Comments

awesome!! got my blue man's tickets suuuper early thanks to you guys, something to look forward to for next year!!

I'm very curious (and a little confused) by Nice Work if You Can Get It. I love Gershwin and Crazy For You is my all time favorite muscial and I know it was adapted from a previous muscial called Girl Crazy....I think I'm going to have to see this new Gershwin musical just because.

I saw Evil Dead the Musical when it was in NYC. So much fun. I wonder how they'll handle the "splatterzone?"

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