Bucks County Playhouse announced a two-week extension of its hit production of the Tony-award winning musical, “Million Dollar Quartet.”
The show, directed by original Broadway cast member Hunter Foster and originally scheduled to close on Saturday, Sept. 15, will now close Saturday, Sept. 29.
“Audiences have embraced this production of ‘Million Dollar Quartet’ and this incredibly talented cast of actor-musicians who perform live onstage every night,” said Playhouse Producing Director Alexander Fraser.
“We are lucky they were available to extend the production for two additional weeks, so theatergoers can have 16 more chances to rock out with this super-high energy show.”
“Million Dollar Quartet,” with book by Colin Escott and Floyd Mutrux, takes audiences inside one of the most magical nights in rock and roll history.
On Dec. 4, 1956, an unlikely quartet of Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carol Perkins — all young artists in their 20s on the verge of superstardom — accidentally converged on Sun Records in Memphis — and made magic in the process.
Single tickets start at $45; special rates are available for groups of 10 or more. For details, and to purchase tickets, visit buckscountyplayhouse.org, call 215-862-2121, or visit the box office at 70 S. Main St., New Hope.