What's the difference between a therapist and your BFF? When it comes to the latter, she'll listen to you and sing a duet with you. Revel in girl power with today's deal: Pay $26 for one main-floor or first-balcony ticket to the 7:30 showing of "Girls Night: The Musical" at the Peoria Civic Center on May 17 (regularly $52). Written by Louise Roche and staged to hits from the '80s and '90s, this show celebrates women and the friendships that sustain them through doubts about marriage, men, sex, and more. The musical follows a group of middle-aged pals as they catch up at a karaoke bar -- and belt out songs -- during a wild and hilarious night. Audiences have been singing and dancing along to this exuberant, earthy, and poignant production, which the Worcester Telegram & Gazette calls "part anthem, part confessional and all party" -- and which you call far better than therapy.
PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON May 17, 2012
Girls Night: The Musical
One Main-Floor or First-Balcony Ticket to "Girls Night: The Musical" at Peoria Civic Center on May 17 at 7:30
- from $26