Harris Center for The Arts presents The Cher Show – A New Musical, performing five times, May 9-12, with Thursday-Saturday evening performances at 7:30pm, and Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2:00pm.

Superstars come and go. Cher is forever. For six straight decades, one unstoppable force has dominated popular culture – breaking down barriers, pushing boundaries, and letting nothing and no one stand in her way. 

The Cher Show is the Tony Award-winning musical depiction of her story, and it’s packed with so much Cher that it takes three women to play her: the bright-eyed kid starting out, the glam pop star, and the icon. As Cher says, “All of us invent ourselves. Some of us have more imagination than others.”

The Cher Show  features 35 smash hits including “If I Could Turn Back Time,” “I Got You Babe,” “The Shoop Shoop Song,” and “Believe.” Throw in six decades of stardom, two rock-star husbands, a Grammy, an Oscar, an Emmy, and enough Tony Award-winning Bob Mackie gowns to cause a sequin shortage in New York City, all culminating in one unabashedly fabulous new musical that will have audiences dancing in the aisles! 

Get ready to “Turn Back Time” in the musical hailed by Rolling Stone as “An explosion of fabulous excess.” The New York Times raves “The Cher Show gets me, babe. Inspiration can arise from seeing how a famous American came defiantly into their power.” 

Debuting on Broadway in 2018, The Cher Show  was nominated for two Tony Awards and four Drama Desk Awards. Written by Tony Award-winning Rick Elice, Big League Productions, Inc.’s sparkling brand-new production is directed by Casey Hushion, with choreography by Antoinette DiPietropolo, and costume design by Bob Mackie. 

Individual tickets for The Cher Show  range from $81-$125, including fees, and are on sale now at the Box Office at (916) 608-6888, or online at HarrisCenter.net. Box Office hours are Tuesday-Friday from 12:00pm-5:00pm, and one hour before showtime.

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