What promises to be one of the best musicals showcased this Seattle season, Grey Gardens is a production you don't want
to miss! The upcoming production is a funny and eccentric show about the true story of Jackie Kennedy's aunt and cousin.
This engaging musical portrays the lives of Edith Ewing Bouvier Beale and Edith Bouvier Beale in their decaying 42-room East
Hampton mansion in New York. Follow their lives as sophisticated aristocrats to mostly isolated existence in a mansion overrun
by cats. Grey Gardens
Seattle tickets are now on sale at StubHub!
First portrayed in a cult-hit documentary, the true-story-turned-musical Grey Gardens will take you on a journey you won't
forget! Set in the East Hampton mansion of the Beale family, Grey Gardens, the story traces the decline and fall of Edith
Bouvier Beale, a relative of Jacqueline Kennedy, and Beale's daughter "Little Edie," from a lavish life of sophisticated house
parties to an impoverished existence of peculiar co-dependency in the shambles of their once-fabulous home. To satisfy your
curiosity and find out what happens to this pair, click right here on StubHub to reserve your tickets today!
Eccentric or pathetic? That's up to you to decide upon viewing the musical, Grey Gardens. Edith Ewing Bouvier Beale and
her quirky daughter, also known as Edith, were born into a privileged family and also close relatives of Jacqueline Bouvier
Kennedy Onassis. The fascination with the lives of the Beales still exists today, including a website dedicated to Grey Gardens
memorabilia. There are additionally videos of Little Edie's failed attempt at a singing career after Big Edie's death circulating.
The lives of the mother-daughter pair are shrouded in mystery and speculation with the musical shining a different light on
their story. Don't miss Grey Gardens when it arrives in Seattle. Make sure to secure a pair of tickets today through StubHub!
The Beales played themselves in a captivating 1975 film documentary by Albert and David Maysles. In 2009, a made-for-TV
movie was hatched about them, with Jessica Lange and Drew Barrymore. And in 2006, a sardonically offbeat musical made it to
Broadway. All three works are entitled Grey Gardens, after the dilapidated, 28-room East Hampton mansion the over-the-top
eccentric pair shared - the domineering matriarch known as "Big Edie" and her off-the-wall daughter, "Little Edie." To watch
their story unravel on stage, be sure to get your 5th
Ave Theatre tickets for the Seattle production. And hurry; these tickets will go fast!
Theater tickets are now on sale to see the incredible production
of Grey Gardens. It is hard to believe that these two eccentric women were related to First Lady Jackie Kennedy, considering
the filthy living conditions that they endured at Grey Gardens. They were adamant about not leaving the property, however,
which is what led to the rapid deterioration of the house. Just goes to show you that one type of family tree can bear many
types of fruit... or nuts! Don't miss out on this show, get your tickets today!