The new Gas South Broadway Series, formerly the Atlanta Broadway Series, includes four productions for the 2010-11 season.
Four-show season ticket packages begin at $64 and may be purchased by phone at (404) 916-2852 or in person at the CEPAC's box office, 2800 Cobb Galleria Parkway. Season ticket information is available at www.cobbenergycentre.com/broadway.
"The Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre is a vital part of Atlanta's thriving performing arts scene, and Gas South is proud to help bring these Broadway productions to such a world-class venue," said Kevin Greiner, president and CEO of Gas South.
* "Cirque Dreams Holidaze" (Nov. 30 through Dec. 5) is a new musical extravaganza created and directed by Neil Goldberg. Holiday characters will perform breathtaking feats of artistry and acrobatics. The show includes an original musical score and a few holiday favorites for fans of all ages.
* "Oklahoma!" (Jan. 6 through Jan. 9) is a classical American musical that premiered on Broadway in 1943. Set in turn-of-the-century Oklahoma, the musical chronicles the love story of a handsome cowboy, Curly, and a winsome farm girl, Laurey. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, two Academy Awards, a Grammy and a special Tony Award, it's a sentimental favorite that also features a number of familiar tunes.
* "The Wizard of Oz" (Feb. 3 through Feb. 6) is the infamous tale on the iconic Yellow Brick Road. From the ominous Kansas twister and the dark designs of a wicked witch, to Dorothy's hopeful trek to the Emerald City, the Royal Shakespeare Company's celebration of the 1939 MGM movie will entertain audiences with its special effects and story of hope, courage and tenacity.
* "A Chorus Line" (March 17 through March 20) opened on Broadway in 1975 and, one year later, was nominated for 12 Tony Awards, winning nine. Now the CEPAC stage will rumble as 17 ambitious dancers audition for the chance to fulfill the dream of a lifetime: making the cast of a Broadway musical.