Legally Blonde Tickets - New Film Classic Hits The Stage
Legally Blonde tickets are available for this highly-anticipated stage debut, and if the on-stage production rivals the film, thespians are in for quite a treat indeed. The show has become legendary for several reasons, and the film set the stage not only for the theater production, but also for a sequel that also experienced success in the theaters. Below we’ll take a look at the story, the history of this story and what to expect when the musical opens this spring. The Story The story is a classic tale of misjudging someone’s image, as the star of the show, Elle, is a pampered Southern California girl who is portrayed as a bit of an airhead in the beginning of the plot. She loves her boyfriend, and expects him to propose to her before he heads off to Harvard Law School. However, he breaks off the relationship instead, stating that her frivolity will ruin his lifetime ambitions.
Elle is crushed, but her will remains strong, and she manages to gain admittance to Harvard Law School as well. When she arrives in Boston, she is met with much resistance at the tried-and-true tradition-laden school, but she eventually wins over much of her class, especially when she decides to apply herself and moves towards the top of the academic rankings. Elle ultimately gets a clerkship at a firm along with her ex-boyfriend and his new fiancée, and the end of the tale is quite riveting for several reasons. We’d tell you how the plot is resolved, but you’d be much better-served getting Legally Blonde tickets for yourself and seeing how this California girl makes good. History The original film was released in 2001 to mixed reviews from critics.
However, the show enjoyed tremendous commercial success, so much so that producers got together and wrote a sequel that was released in 2003. Even though sequels in general have been met with fair results at best overall in the history of film, Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde, was also an enormous success. The Next Step As a result of this success in theaters, Hal Luftig, Fox Theatricals and Dori Berinstein got together and decided to put together a theater production for the story. The show debuted with a preview in San Francisco on January 23 of this year to rave reviews. The show will premiere at the Palace Theatre on Broadway on April 3, and if you want to see an emerging classic live, get your Legally Blonde tickets now.
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