Orpheum Theatre Minneapolis | Minneapolis, Minnesota
On Sunday 25th June 2023, Orpheum Theatre will host a live performance of Tootsie, the stage production. It's impossible to exaggerate the splendor of a performance like this. You will be laughing so hard you'll need to catch your breath during this awe-inspiring show. In addition, you can expect the most pretty set design and wardrobe this industry has ever witnessed. It goes without saying that a musical's success hinges on the quality of its score, and Tootsie has that in spades. You'll need to act fast to secure one of the available seats, though, because there are only a few to go around. The good news is that you can still get your hands on some right now. Do not delay, just go on ahead and get the best seat in the house.
Tootsie, named "Broadway's funniest new musical" by The New York Times, was selected as its critic's pick – what an honor!
As the musical moves forward, we learn more about Michael Dorsey, a remarkably gifted actor who frequently changes jobs. Michael, who is currently, unemployed and at his wit's end, resolves to try one more time to get what he wants by purporting to be an actress whom he calls Dorothy Michaels. Even as the Broadway crowd is stunned at Dorothy's meteoric rise to stardom, Michael (who plays Dorothy) can't help falling in love with Julie (who plays as his co-star). Michael quickly realizes that it will be more difficult than he had expected to keep up the ruse of what has become his greatest acting success.
It is a very compelling tale, and everyone in the audience will be thrilled by what happens next in this hilarious comedy, so you really don't want to pass it up! This masterpiece is clearly very popular, as evidenced by the speed at which tickets are selling out. Be sure to purchase your tickets for the show at Orpheum Theatre on Sunday 25th June 2023. You can rest assured that this is the best decision you could have this year. As a matter of fact, The Hollywood Reporter has called it "the most riotous new musical in years," and Rolling Stone has said, "In these turbulent times, when the world seems out of balance, we need a place to let the good times roll."