New Year’s Eve
$350 per person, includes cocktails, dinner, show and champagne toast
Friday & Saturday
$65 Show only or $130 Dinner & Show
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New Year’s Eve & Jan 3-4
Known as one of the most prolific director/choreographers of the twentieth century, Tommy Tune has enchanted audiences over the past 50 years with his charisma, vision and innovation. A native Texan, Mr. Tune began his career as a dancer in the Broadway shows Baker Street, A Joyful Noise and How Now Dow Jones. He would soon step out of the chorus and into a principal role in the Broadway musical Seesaw, which won him his first Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical. His first Broadway directing and choreography credits were for the original production of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Tune has been honored with nine Tony Awards celebrating him as a performer, choreographer and director (Best Actor in a Musical for My One and Only, Best Featured Actor in a Musical for Seesaw, Best Choreography for A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine, My One and Only, Grand Hotel and The Will Rogers Follies, and Best Direction of a Musical for Nine, Grand Hotel and The Will Rogers Follies). In addition, Tune has been awarded eight Drama Desk Awards, three Astaire Awards and the Society of Directors and Choreographers’ George Abbott Award for Lifetime Achievement. Film credits include Hello Dolly and The Boyfriend, and he made his Las Vegas debut as the star of EFX at the MGM Grand Hotel. Tune is the recipient of The National Medal of Arts, the highest honor for artistic achievement given by the President of the United States, and he has been honored with his own star on the legendary Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2009, he was designated a Living Landmark by the New York Landmarks Conservancy.
Reviews of Tommy Tune:
- Stephen Holden in The New York Times: Tommy Tune “still radiates the boyish ingenuousness of a Texas hayseed newly arrived in the big city to gape in wonder at the lights of Broadway. New York City may be the only place large enough to reckon with his talent. At once gawky and graceful, this limber, toe-tapping showbiz oxymoron is still a gosh, golly, gee-whiz kind of guy: an endearing naïf.”
- The Washington Post: “For a man (past) 70, Tommy Tune is still strikingly cute… in skinny jeans and with his collar popped, looking like a kid ready for his first big break… A traditionalist to the core, a sentimental link to the era before jukebox musicals and animated extravaganzas, a latter-day Fred Astaire… Tune’s between-songs patter got a bit show-bizzy at times, but… by and large, the old song-and-dance vaudeville vocabulary was invoked with uncommon class.”
- The Washington Times: “Tommy Tune’s performance managed to be both low-key and bravura. Years in the spotlight have honed his warm, easy communion with the audience, and his canny sense of timing led him to craft a show that combined reminiscence, stirring belted-out singing, and whispery, understated soft-shoe routines.”
Click here to see Tommy Tune performing Taps, Tunes and Tall Tales
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