UPDATE:"Late Night Catechism"
has been removed from the line-up and is no longer listed on the Celebrity Attractions Web site for Lubbock. As of Wednesday, it was included on the site as part of the Lubbock line-up.
There's an eclectic mix of productions headed to Lubbock for the Celebrity Attractions touring season. A couple of them are newer shows, and there's also a performance of an old favorite."Cirque Dreams Holidaze"
This performance is timed to help kick off the holiday season. This particular Cirque show is in its fourth year of production, and it features a cast of 30 performers from around the world. For the uninitiated, Cirque productions are elaborately staged with extravagant costumes, dancing and stunts. They are often amazing sights to behold."West Side Story"
I'm amazed at how many people have never seen some of the Broadway classics on stage. "West Side Story" is a terrific musical loosely based on Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet." Sure, the movie is fun, but seeing these things on stage is a treat all its own."Monty Python's Spamalot"
This show was the toast of Broadway when it was released back in 2005. I had the pleasure of seeing it when it came to Dallas in 2007. This is a musical version of the 1975 film "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," and if you're fond of that film, you'll enjoy this musical. But it also works on its own if you haven't seen the movie. Lots of laughs. "Elvis Lives"
Settle down, The King is still dead... probably. This is a live music performance that includes multimedia facets, taking us through Presley's impeccable career. It's featuring finalists from Elvis Presley Enterprises' worldwide Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest. It may also help you answer whether you're a skinny Elvis or fat Elvis fan if you haven't decided already.
All performances are staged at the City Bank Auditorium.
Tickets for the season start at $86. That's a steal for four professional-grade shows.
For tickets click here.