Flashdance Edmonton AB Tickets
The pop culture phenomenon Flashdance is soon coming to your hometown in Edmonton. Bring your friends and family to the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium where the show is taking place this winter. Make sure you get your Flashdance Edmonton tickets in time so that you don’t miss this amazing opportunity. Flashdance is a musical adaptation of the 1983 namesake movie. The story of the musical revolves around a girl named Alex Owns who is in pursuit to achieve her dream of becoming a professional performer one day. The musical is full of beautiful compositions including the title song Flashdance ... What a Feeling, which earned an Oscar Award for the category of “Best Song”.
The musical Flashdance is adapted for stage from the musical movie of the same name released in 1983. The stage production premiered at the Theatre Royal Plymouth in 2008. The debut performance was followed by a tour of the United Kingdom. The musical conducted shows on the London West End for sixteen weeks at the Shaftesbury Theatre.
Flashdance features popular songs taken from the movie such as the Academy Award winning title song Flashdance - What a Feeling, along with other hit numbers such as Gloria, I Love Rock & Roll, Manhunt, Maniac and more. In addition to these classic hit songs, sixteen new songs were added to the musical with amazing compositions by Robbie Roth. Along with Robbie, Robert Cary worked on the lyrics of the musical compositions.
Featuring electrifying dance, the musical Flashdance tells a rousing story of Alex Owns who works as a steel mill welder in the day and as a bar dancer at night. She dreams of becoming a professional performer one day. Through a complicated love-work relationship with her boss Alex learns to be strong and powerful. She then directs this power and passion to fuel the pursuit of her dream. Find out how the story unfolds by getting Flashdance Edmonton tickets for the show. Four million cubic foot Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton is hosting a series of performances this winter. Bring your friends and family along to share this experience with them.