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Tickets for "The Life and (cruel) Times of Conchita Zaragoza" range from $23 to $27, depending on the night of the week and the show. KERA member may purchase 2 for the price of 1 tickets (limit 4) by calling 214-477-4942.
Tickets can be purchase on-line (below) or by calling 214-477-4942, or at the theatre box office 30 minutes before curtain time. Seating is assigned in the following order: on-line orders are assigned first, then phone orders, then walk-ups. Please refer to the seating chart for each show for the layout of the seats. There is a $1.95 handling fee for each ticket order done on-line or via credit card. ALL SALES ARE FINAL - NO REFUNDS.
We will not mail you your tickets. Tickets will be held at the box office which opens 45 minutes prior to curtain time. Please either bring the Paypal print out of your purchase confirmation or a state issued ID to pick up your tickets. Because the theatre is so small, in order to not interrupt the performance there will be no late seating. We advise you get to the theatre at least 15 minutes prior to curtain time.
The play is rated PG-13.
This show is presented at the Studio Theatre, Addison Conference and Theatre Centre, 15650 Addison Road, Addison TX 75001.
The Life and (cruel) Times of Conchita Zaragoza,
A Mambo Musical
By Mark-Brian Sonna
July 14, 2017 – August 6, 2017, at the Studio Theatre
Follow the life and misadventures of Conchita Zaragoza as she leaves her roots in rural Mexico to follow her dream of going to Hollywood! As a young woman Conchita watches a Carmen Miranda movie, and instantly decides that she will become the next Latin Superstar. She sews a Carmen Miranda dress (because that’s what she thinks Americans dress) and heads north of the border, but mistakenly ends up in Marfa, Texas. The perennial optimist, she finds a job a at strip club. Undeterred, she uses her wiles and talents and turns it into the premiere supper club of West Texas and the Permian Basin! Determined to still make it to Hollywood, she hops on a bus, but because of her illiteracy she takes the wrong bus and ends up in Waxahachie, Texas. Once there, she finds herself working at the Renaissance Faire as the first Anne Boleyn to ever dance the Mambo! The question remains: Will she ever make it to Hollywood? World Premiere.