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Kinky Boots Tickets: Cheap Concert Tickets Lowered Ticket Prices on all Upcoming Show Dates for Kinky Boots at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre

May 6, 2013

Cheap Concert Tickets announces that they have lowered prices for all upcoming performances of Kinky Boots which is currently showing on Broadway at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. This popular secondary ticket exchange is offering the customer appreciation promo code SAVE for additional savings.

New York, NY (PRWEB) May 06, 2013

Cheap Concert Tickets has lowered ticket prices across the board for all future performances of Kinky Boots at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre in New York City. Theatre patrons can add the exclusive customer appreciation promo code SAVE for added savings.

There are many reasons to enjoy Broadway productions nowadays especially with the shows that are being played and one of the Broadway plays that should be at the top of the list is Kinky Boots. This is the broadway adaptation of the comedy film with the same title that was released in movie theaters in 2005. The movie/film is about a traditional shoemaker hailing from Northampton and is based on Earls Barton. The shoemaker created and started producing fetish footwear in order to salvage the failing business of the family as well as save the workers.

The Broadway adaptation comes from Grammy Award winning Cyndi Lauper together with the four time Tony Award winner, Harvey Fierstein. The play is choreographed and directed by Jerry Mitchell, who is also a Tony Award winner. The story revolves around the shoemaker Charlie Price (which is played by Stark Sands, who is a Tony Award nominee) who, all of a sudden, inherited the shoe factory and the business from his father. Unfortunately the business is close to being bankrupt. As he tries his best to maintain the legacy of his father as well as to save the family business, Charlie Price got inspiration from someone known as Lola (played by Billy Porter). Being an entertainer, who is in need of a sturdy and robust stilettos, Lola was unexpectedly the person that can save Charlie Price and help him reestablish the business. Charlie and Lola worked together in turning things around for the business and the comedic story of the two went on from there. They have discovered several valuable things in life as the story goes on. The Broadway play also features an extraordinary new score with groovy melodies and stunning dance moves. Add in the spectacularly inspiring story and this makes Kinky Boots one of the must-see Broadway musicals today.

Jerry Mitchell directs and choreographs the play and has been in the world of directing and choreographing Broadway plays fro quite some time. He also oversees the plays both in London and in the United States. Cyndi Lauper serves as the lyricist and composer for the Broadway version and has been in this music industry for 25 years.

Harvey Fierstein is the man behind the book that features the story of this play. He co-wrote the book together with Lauper. Stark Sands and Billy Porter are the leading characters in the play portraying the Charlie Price and Lola, respectively. All in all, the play received 13 nominations for the 2013 Tony Awards. The play will run for two hours and 20 minutes (with 15 minutes of intermission) and you will surely enjoy the catchy songs and be amazed at the top-notch performances. Kinky Boots has regular showings at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre located in 302 West 45th St. in New York.

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