Looking for something fun to do this month? Well, our Smart Shopper Deal of the Day is an open invitation for everyone!
Check out six-time Tony Award-Winning La Cage aux Folles! It's about a newly engaged couple. She has "straight-laced" parents, while her fiance's dad is in a same-sex marriage, and owns a drag nightclub, where his mom is the star! He wants his parents to play it "straight" to impress her parents, but what happens next? Well, don't miss the show to find out!
Cue up the entertainment as our Smart Shopper Deal of the Day enters from stage left!
DEAL OF THE DAY:
Arizona Broadway Theatre teamed up with us to help you score 45 percent off to see La Cage aux Folles at Herberger Theater Center in downtown Phoenix.
For $99, you get one Arizona Center Parking Pass, two drink vouchers and two tickets to La Cage! The normal price is $180. There are some additional fees, $4 per ticket and the state sales tax.
Our exclusive offer can only be purchased online, using this link.
You have until Wednesday, March 11 at 6 p.m. to book for any show through March 22, 2020.
Be sure to use our promo code: "ABCDeal", and it is case-sensitive.
IF YOU GO:
Herberger Theater Center
222 East Monroe Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85004
THE "I AM WHAT I AM" IMPACT PROJECT:
Arizona Broadway Theatre also offers community impact projects for each production. For La Cage, there is a teen and youth anti-bullying initiative called, "I Am What I Am" IMPACT PROJECT.
Brad York, Director of Marketing and Development at Arizona Broadway Theatre explains, "The show's now infamous torch-song, "I am what I am" has now become an anthem within the greater LGBTQ community worldwide. Now, while the central themes of La Cage focus on issues of inclusion and acceptance related to the LGBTQ community, our intent with The Impact Project is to broaden the focus of inclusion and acceptance among all people- regardless of one's sexual orientation, gender identity, race, religion, national origin or socioeconomic background." Click here to watch the full explanation, to learn more about the project and how it works.
Brad sent me a video link, where teens talk about their experiences being bullied, along with startling statistics. During various testimonials in the video, text appears on the screen stating, "Seventy-seven percent of students have been bullied mentally, verbally, or physically. Fifty percent of adolescents and teens have been cyberbullied, and 160K students miss school each day for fear of bullying." Click here to see the powerful video.
They also partner with Phoenix-based one-n-ten, a nonprofit organization that serves LGBTQ youth ages 14 to 24, offering weekly discussion groups, networking events, and, as the website states, "tools and opportunities to improve self-esteem and self-acceptance.... to promote healthy choices and living."
Brad told us that staff from Arizona Broadway Theatre, Herberger Theater Center, project sponsors and, "the cast of La Cage will visit the facility in downtown Phoenix to interact with the young adults on their own turf."
What a great cause, for a great show, and now you can see and enjoy it with our great deal!