Pretty Woman – The Musical at Thrivent Hall

Pretty Woman - The Musical Tickets

Thrivent Financial Hall At Fox Cities Performing Arts Center | Appleton, Wisconsin

Pretty Woman - The Musical

Are you READY to fall in love? Of course, you are! Pretty Woman has everything you could ever want in a musical. This magical Cinderella like story coming to Thrivent Financial Hall At Fox Cities Performing Arts Center on Friday 27th October 2023 will have some of the most awesome visuals, all of which are complimented by a stunning cast. They will leave the heart feeling feeling in some type of way and your mind at ease having witnessed one of the best shows on the planet. Pretty Woman is an international success that attracts huge audiences, so be sure to grab your tickets right now as they will sell out pretty quickly.

Predicated on the 1990 film of the same name, Pretty Woman is a modernized version of the romantic comedy. Vivian, a Hollywood prostitute, is picked up on the sidewalk by Edward Lewis, a hard-working but lonely businessman. While working for him as his companion, Vivian is infused in the advantaged Beverly Hills society, but she quickly realizes that she is way out of her depth. She wants to get far in life, but she knows that in order to do that, she must remain true to herself. Vivian and Edward both embark on a journey of self-discovery during their week-long romance and discover true love. Edward is softened and changed by Vivian's sense of fun, and he discovers that rearranging his priorities is the only way he can keep the things he appreciates most. To the surprise of his self-serving lawyer, he regains his moral sense and changes his brutal business methods. The love between Edward and Vivian goes beyond social boundaries, and this independent Cinderella finds her Prince. You have to be there to fully understand how the story unravels, and there is something genuinely beautiful in it. Buy your tickets immediately.

Pretty Woman - The Musical at Thrivent Financial Hall At Fox Cities Performing Arts Center

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