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Bill Condon, an Academy Award winning director, makes his Broadway debut with Side Show

A riviting and quirky production of twins and as they climb the ladder of fame

Explores emotional themes of fame, fortune, love, and the importance of accepting one's true self 

 

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Show Dates:
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Location:
St. James Theatre
246 W 44th St.
New York, New York 10036
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Features: Side Show features Academy Award winning director, Bill Condon along with an astonishing cast in a production featuring a circus freak show, conjoined twins, the rise to fame and fortune, and a story based on real life talented conjoined twins and their rise to stardom.  

Why We Go:  This quirky production features all the glitz and glamour in the 1920's and 30's and is a riviting story about Daisy and Violet Hilton, conjoined twins. The Academy Award winning Director, Bill Condon, captures the reality of the rise to fame and fortune in this provocative plot that explores the girls struggles and successes in this awe-inspiring musical about fame, fortune, and the acceptance of one's true self. 

Inside Knowledge: This inspiring story of real life twins Daisy and Violet, is a real life look into the meaning of true acceptance. With its amazing choreography and music, along with classic themes of fame and love, this quirky, one-of-a-kind production is sure to delight audiences.