2016-2017 Best of Broadway Single Ticket On-Sale Date Announced

WestCoast Entertainment announced today that single tickets for the 2016-2017 Best of Broadway will go on-sale Friday, July 1 at 10:00am. The on-sale will include all engagements of the 2016-2017 season excluding Phantom of the Opera, which will be announced at a later date. All performances will be held at the INB Performing Arts Center. Single tickets range between $22.50 - $77.50.


New Show Previews: A week in the Big Apple


Last week our President, Vice President and Marketing Manager spent the week at the Broadway League Spring Road Conference.  The week is a packed adventure full of educational sessions and previewing performances that may tour and eventually perform in Spokane.  We hope you enjoy our...


When do single tickets go on sale?

One of the most commonly asked questions during this time of year is “when can I purchase two tickets to just my favorite show”? While season packages and group tickets (requiring 10 or more) are available now for all engagements, we understand you may prefer to purchase only a few tickets to one or two select performances.


2016-2017 Best of Broadway and National Geographic Live New Season Schedules Announced

April 26, 2016 – Spokane, Washington: WestCoast Entertainment, a division of Red Lion Hotels Corporation (NYSE:RLH), announced today the 2016-2017 Best of Broadway and National Geographic Live season schedules. Three of the engagements announced (Beautiful, Kinky Boots and Phantom of the Opera) are currently also playing on Broadway in New York City. The final engagement of the season, The Phantom of the Opera, will be held for a special two week engagement.


NEWSIES: Read All About It!

If someone gave you the chance to produce a Broadway version of any film in the Disney canon, chances are slim that you’d settle on NEWSIES, the 1992 live-action musical that is one of the rare financial failures in Disney’s history. And, in fact, it’s a decision that no one ever made. The Tony-winning Broadway rendition of NEWSIES, which brought audiences to their feet more than once in any given performance, almost wished itself into existence despite odds about equal to those faced by the ragtag band of New York City paperboys who challenged publishing titans Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst at the dawn of the 20th century.


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