The smash hit musical Mama Mia has been delighting audiences for the better part of a decade, with abundant energy and top-quality music. The show that eventually evolved into a hit motion picture is a favorite on the Broadway stage, and it’s not showing any signs of slowing down. Featuring music by Abba, breathtaking costumes and a rousing storyline, this production boasts the ideal combination to keep audiences coming back for more. With dates scheduled throughout the rest of 2012, this is the perfect time to purchase your cheap Mama Mia tickets and find out why everyone is still talking about this hit musical.
A Synopsis for Discount Mama Mia Ticket Holders
The screenplay for Mama Mia was written by British playwright Catherine Johnson and featured the songs from the Swedish rock group Abba. The show first opened on London’s West End to rave reviews in 1999. Since that time, it has also played in Toronto and Las Vegas, as well as Broadway. The first cheap Mama Mia tickets were sold on Broadway in 2001 at the Winter Garden Theatre, where it continues to enjoy extreme success today.
The story behind Mama Mia is that of a young girl who is preparing for her wedding day. Her dream is to have her father walk her down the aisle, and that is where the fun begins. The young woman Sophie is to learn that her father could actually be one of three men her mother spent time with around the time of Sophie’s conception. Wedding preparations transform into the hunt for her father, and through the quest, Sophie learns plenty about her past and her present. The storyline is set around the hit songs of Abba, including “Dancing Queen,” “The Winner Takes it All” and “Take a Chance on Me.”
Grab Your Mama Mia Tickets Before the Run Comes to an End
Discount Mama Mia tickets are still available for performances at the Winter Garden Theatre until the first week of January, 2013. If you have never seen this production on stage before, or even if you have enjoyed the show a dozen times, this is the time to grab those discount Mama Mia tickets before a delightful run comes to an end.