Pretty Woman – The Musical at Orpheum Theater San Francisco

Pretty Woman - The Musical Tickets

Orpheum Theater San Francisco | San Francisco, California

Get out to Orpheum Theatre while you still can and witness history being made. The finest production of "Pretty Woman" ever will be shown live on Wednesday 26th April 2023. An awesome ensemble in a wide variety of supporting roles, simply stunning special effects, as well as a memorable musical score all contribute to this imaginative retelling of the fairy tale. You got to be quick though, as tickets will sell out fast, we are talking about Pretty Woman, after all. Buy your set right here and now before it is too late and somebody else is sitting where you are supposed to.

Pretty Woman - The Musical at Orpheum Theatre San Francisco

Inspired by the 1990 movie film of the same name, Pretty Woman is an updated take on the romantic comedy film. Edward Lewis, a committed but lonely businessman, picks up the gorgeous Hollywood prostitute Vivian on the street. As his companion, Vivian is exposed to the rich lifestyle of Beverly Hills, but she soon realizes that she is totally out of her element there. She's imaginative and wants to make a name for herself, but she knows that being legit to herself is essential to her success. During their week-long romance, Vivian and Edward both go on a self-discovery journey and end up finding true love for the first time. After being affected by Vivian's enthusiasm, Edward realizes that rearranging his priorities is the only way to way to safeguard the things that are most important to him. His self-interested attorney is astounded by his sudden conversion to morality and the end of his merciless business practices. With the help of Edward, Vivian is finally able to find her Prince Charming, and their love permeates all social barriers. There's something incredibly lovely about the story that unfolds, but you have to be there to appreciate it fully. Make sure to purchase your tickets today!

Pretty Woman - The Musical at Orpheum Theatre San Francisco

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