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WestCoast Entertainment announces rescheduled dates for STCU Best of Broadway season

UPDATED: Thu., Oct. 22, 2020

In this image released by Disney Plus, Lin-Manuel Miranda portrays Alexander Hamilton and Phillipa Soo portrays Eliza Hamilton in a filmed version of the original Broadway production of "Hamilton."  (Disney Plus)
In this image released by Disney Plus, Lin-Manuel Miranda portrays Alexander Hamilton and Phillipa Soo portrays Eliza Hamilton in a filmed version of the original Broadway production of "Hamilton." (Disney Plus)

After announcing in September that STCU Best of Broadway performances were postponed because of COVID-19, WestCoast Entertainment announced Wednesday that those performances have been rescheduled.

The season will kick off with “Cats,” running Oct. 26-31, 2021, followed by “Anastasia,” running Dec. 28, 2021-Jan. 2, 2022. New dates for “Fiddler on the Roof” will be announced in the future. “Hamilton” will then take over the First Interstate Center for the Arts from May 3-22, 2022. The season closes with “Come From Away,” running Aug. 9-14, 2022.

New dates for “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” a special engagement this season, will be announced in the future.

“Mean Girls” and “Jersey Boys,” which were to be performed during the 2019-20 season, have been rescheduled for Nov. 23-28, 2021 and early 2022, respectively.

“Each tour remains committed to coming to Spokane and will do so at the earliest possible date,” Justin Kobluk, president of WestCoast Entertainment, said in a news release. “The safety of the tours traveling around the country as well as the safety of audiences of all ages are paramount in determining this schedule. It will take a little time, but the curtain will rise again.”

Season ticket holders have been contacted about their ticket options, though more information can be found at broadwayspokane.com.

Season tickets are currently available, with single tickets going on sale in the future.

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