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End Of The Rainbow Tickets

Judy Garland is a musical legend, and now there is a musical that tells her story. Enjoy Garland classics like "The Trolley Song" and "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" with End of the Rainbow tickets.

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End of the Rainbow

Run Time:2 hours and 15 minutes, including intermission
Audience:Teens and older
Advisory:Inludes mature themes, strong language, and smoking.
Resources: Official End of the Rainbow Website

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About End of the Rainbow Tickets

End of the Rainbow is a musical about the end of Judy Garland's life, through her struggles and triumphs. After premiering in Sydney in 2005, End of the Rainbow has toured the globe and recently finished a successful run on Broadway at the Belasco Theatre. End of the Rainbow is revealing in a way that tell-all bio-drama seldom is. It sounds "uncannily like the real thing," according to a New York Times review. The Broadway incarnation was nominated for three Tony Awards, including Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play. Find a selection of End of the Rainbow tickets above.

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End of the Rainbow, the acclaimed musical drama about Judy Garland’s life in the months approaching her death in 1969, has left theatre-goers enthralled. Set in a London hotel room with her fiancé and trusted pianist, this is a rare glimpse into Garland’s psyche as she prepares for a series of widely anticipated concerts while burdened by self reflection. The genuine transparency of this tell-all performance — through the drugs, the fame, and the helplessness — is indicative of where her music came from and the toxic double life that plagued the end of the star’s career: being an inimitable American icon yet a consumed addict. Hear some of Judy Garland’s most celebrated songs, including "Come Rain or Shine," "Dancing in the Dark," "The Trolley Song," "The Man That Got Away," and her hallmark "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" with End of the Rainbow tickets.