Forever Plaid - the musical! at the Park City Egyptian Theatre
Forever Plaid - the musical! live at the Park City Egyptian Theatre December 27th - January 1st.
Forever Plaid - the musical!
One of the most popular and successful musicals in recent memory - when four young singers are killed in a car crash, they posthumously take the stage for one final gig in this goofy, 1950s nostalgia trip.
Presented by the Ziegfeld Theatre Co. Tuesday - Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 6pm
Ticket pricing: $33/House - Adult, $29/House - Youth 12 & Under, $39/Preferred, $49/Cabaret Table Seating
All sales final, NO REFUNDS! Exchanges may be made for the same show, different date only. 24 hours must be given to the box office prior to original ticket date.
Forever Plaid is one of the most popular and successful musicals in recent memory. This deliciously fun revue is chock-full of classic barbershop quartet harmonies and pitch-perfect melodies!
Once upon a time, there were four guys (Sparky, Smudge, Jinx and Frankie) who discovered that they shared a love for music and then got together to become their idols – The Four Freshman, The Hi-Lo's and The Crew Cuts. Rehearsing in the basement of Smudge's family's plumbing supply company, they became "Forever Plaid". On the way to their first big gig, the "Plaids" are broadsided by a school bus and killed instantly. It is at the moment when their careers and lives end that the story of Forever Plaid begins....
Singing in close harmony, squabbling boyishly over the smallest intonations and executing their charmingly outlandish choreography with overzealous precision, the "Plaids" are a guaranteed smash, with a program of beloved songs and delightful patter that keeps audiences rolling in the aisles when they're not humming along to some of the great nostalgic pop hits of the 1950s.
The Mary G. Steiner Egyptian Theatre hosts a variety of theatre, comedy, musical acts, special events, community functions and more. The Egyptian Theatre continues to function as a landmark venue on Park City's Main Street while retaining the distinctive flavor of years gone by, much like Park City itself.