Flashdance Baltimore | Hippodrome Theatre
Relive the hype when ‘Flashdance’, the musical adaptation of the ‘80s cult film of the same name, comes to Baltimore for a week-long run at the Hippodrome Theatre of the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center from February 12 to 17, 2013.
After several successful runs abroad, ‘Flashdance’ turns up the heat stateside, breathing a new life to its unforgettable story about modern-day hopes, dreams, struggles and triumphs. Through some of the original film’s iconic tracks such as ‘Maniac’, ‘I Love Rock and Roll’, ‘Gloria’, ‘Manhunt’ and of course the titular anthem, ‘Flashdance – What a Feeling’ plus ten more new songs from Robert Cary and Robbie Roth, the inspiring story of Alex, a working class Philly girl who strongly perseveres – night and day – and pulls out all the stops to become a professional dancer, conquers the stage like a slow glowing dream, sure to make the audiences exclaim, “what a feeling, being is believing!” Sergio Trujillo, best known for his choreography in ‘Jersey Boys’, ‘Memphis’ and ‘The Addams Family’, directs and choreographs this hit musical.
Show times for ‘Flashdance’ are at 8 PM from February 12 to 16 and 6:30 PM on February 17. Matinee performances are at 2 PM on the 16th and 1 PM on the 17th. The performance running time is 2 hours 35 minutes with 1 intermission.
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Performance information for Flashdance in Baltimore is coming soon.
Flashdance Baltimore Cast
Alex – Sydney Morton
Nick – Corey Mach
Gloria – Ginna Claire Mason
Kiki – Kyra Da Costa
Tess – Kyli Rae
Hannah – Madeleine Doherty
Jimmy – David R. Gordon
Harry – Steve Greenstein
CC – Christian Whelan
Book – Tom Hedley
Book & Lyrics – Robert Cary
Music & Lyrics – Robbie Roth
Director & Choreographer – Sergio Trujillo
Associate Director – David Alpert
Scenic Design – Klara Zieglerova
Costume Designer – Paul Tazewell
Address: 12 North Eutaw Street, Baltimore, MD
Hippodrome Theatre Capacity: 2300