The Color Purple Kansas City tickets are available for enthusiasts
of Broadway! Now if you chance to see Alice Walker's legendary 1982 novel of the same name brought to life on stage. The
show opened December 1, 2005 at the Broadway Theater and has since been touring the nation, as tickets have remained in high
demand. Broadway tickets for the show will remain available to holders and seekers of theater tickets through the spring
and into the summer, so act now to get a look at a play that Oprah Winfrey, who acted in the movie version of the novel,
helped to produce.
Did you love the film version of this classic, which starred Oprah Winfrey, or the novel of the same name? Well then look
no further to see the next addition to this amazing story on stage when it comes to the Music Hall in Kansas City, Missouri
this April through March, 2009! The Color Purple is a classic story that has some great history, so what are you waiting
for? Grab you Color Purple Kansas City tickets now for an evening treat
you won’t regret!
The Color Purple is a play based on the literary work that intensely studies African American life in the early-to-mid
20th century through the eyes of the main character, Celie. Celie lives a typical life in that era, as she is abused by
her husband and has to deal with many complicated issues, including the presence of her husband's mistress, Shug Avery.
The work focuses on the character development of the actors, and has been as widely acclaimed as the book.