‘Menopause the Musical’ kicks off in Dallas

by | Jul 23, 2015 | Latest, Life & Style

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GFour Productions, winner of 54 Drama Desk Awards and 44 Tony Awards, has proudly joined forces with Susan G. Komen® to launch Menopause The Musical®: The Survivor Tour® benefiting Susan G. Komen® in 2015. With a cast of breast cancer survivors and co-survivors, Menopause The Musical and Komen partner to offer inspiration, sisterhood and hope. The Survivor Tour® will kick off at the Music Hall at Fair Park in Dallas for seven performances July 21-26, 2015. Tickets are on sale now and available at LiveAtTheMusicHall.com, in person at the box office (5959 Preston Royal Shopping Center Suite 542) or by calling 800-514-ETIX. The production will donate no less than $2 per ticket sold to Susan G. Komen® to further its mission to save lives and end breast cancer. Greater discounts for groups 10+ by calling  (214) 426-4768.
The Survivor Tour® is proud to fundraise for Komen, which since 1982 has invested more than $2.6 billion in research, screening, treatment, education and support programs for people affected by breast cancer.

“Menopause The Musical has lifted the spirits of more than 11 million people worldwide, and we are thrilled to be part of this extraordinary mission with GFour and a cast that represents the more than 3.1 million breast cancer survivors in the U.S.,” said Komen President and CEO Judy Salerno, M.D., M.S. “Their support makes a difference in the lives of women and men, and helps us move closer to our vision of a world without breast cancer.”

For more than a decade, Menopause The Musical has worked to inspire and support women dealing with life after “The Change.” “Menopause has always been a cause-based show,” said Menopause The Musical Director Seth Greenleaf. “The cause was helping women see that what they are experiencing is perfectly normal, and that they are not alone. Menopause The Musical is recognized as the longest-running scripted musical production in Las Vegas and continues to entertain nightly at Harrah’s. The hilarious musical has entertained audiences across the globe in more than 450 U.S. cities, nearly 300 international cities, and a total of 15 countries. For more information, visit www.MenopauseTheMusical.com.

 

 

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