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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Step in Time

My favorite scene from Mary Poppins is, of course, when the chimney sweeps dance on the rooftops of London.

No, it's the chalk drawings.

Wait, it's when Jane and Michael sing about their requirements for a nanny.

But . . . when Mary sings Stay Awake? Beautiful.

And haven't you always wanted to snap your fingers and have your room clean itself like during A Spoonful of Sugar?

Votes For Women!

I Love to Laugh!

Tuppence a bag!

Mary Poppins (The Hit Broadway Musical) (yes, BROADWAY) is coming to Salt Lake City's Capitol Theater, and thanks to Today's Mama, discount tickets are currently available -- major discount. 2 for 1.

The 2 for 1 pricing is good for the following show dates and times:

~ Thursday, September 1st (matinee)
~ Saturday, September 3rd (evening)
~ Sunday, September 4th (matinee)
~ Sunday, September 4th (evening)

Here are the ticket prices for those dates (listed as regular prices, and with discount)

~ Thursday, 9/1: $62.50 & $42.50 tickets; with discount, $31.25 & $21.25
~ Saturday, 9/3: $85 & $65 tickets; with discount, $42.50 & $32.50
~ Sunday, 9/4 (matinee): $85 & $65 tickets; with discount, $42.50 & $32.50
~ Sunday, 9/4 (evening): $75 & $55 tickets; with discount, $37.50 & $27.50

To take advantage of this awesome deal, purchase your tickets at artTix and use the discount code utahmama.

What are you waiting for? Let's go fly a kite!

Disclosure: In exchange for sharing this deal with you, I was provided with two tickets to see this show. Also, does it need to be said that the above dates refer to 2011?


{natalie} said...

Thanks for the heads up. I'm going to see if we can make it to one of those times. It would be very fun.

L. Mo said...

I'm taking my girls on Saturday. So excited!

Curtis J. Morley said...

We went as a family yesterday. I had seen it in NYC as well and I liked it even better here. Probably because I was with the family and holding Nicole's hand through the whole show. I love how they focused the message on Family, even more so than in the movie.