After the announcement that Broadway is willing to take a chance on a show like "Rocky the Musical," it's not too surprising to learn that "Back to the Future" is the latest famous film to get an on-stage adaptation.
The musical will celebrate the 30th anniversary of "Back to the Future" starring Michael J. Fox. It is slated to open in London's West End come 2015, with a possibility for it to also make an appearance on Broadway.
Robert Zemeckis will write the plays book, along with Bob Gale and Jamie Lloyd, while music and lyrics will be composed by Alan Silvestri and Glen Ballard. Lloyd, who will also direct the show, said, "The production will include illusions, skateboarding and many other surprises that will capture the spirit of the film but freshly interpret it for a new audience."
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In addition to all the other stories we can tell about last night's events — the unseasonably warm weather, the great performances by Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and that absolute whomping the Seahawks gave to the Broncos — there are the stories about ticket prices.
Now that the game is over, I can say this about ticket prices: the story that's told depends greatly on how you look at the data.
For tickets listed on TicketNetwork.com — both before and after we knew the teams for the big game — the overall average selling price was $2,656, the lowest it has been in four years. However, it was only just barely the lowest in four years. For the 2012 game, the overall price was $2,670. Despite this game having a lot against it — a cold-weather city, an unprotected venue, and a lineup that had to travel very far from home — the overall price was only 5% lower than last year.