|RIVERDANCE (January 1-3, 2021) has been postponed, in support of the well-being of the theatre-going public as well as those who work on the production.|
|What does this mean for current ticket holders?
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|We hope to announce the rescheduled dates later this year as things begin to settle, rather than now, while things are still shifting.
We know that many of you were looking forward to experiencing live theatre again this year, your health and wellness is incredibly important to us and we are excited for the day when we can all be together again.
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Riverdance has enthralled and enchanted over 25 million people around the world. With the show entering its 25th year, producer Moya Doherty and director John McColgan have made some changes….
With fully re-designed lighting, projection and scenery, audiences who have seen the show before will be astonished that something so familiar can be so different. New audiences will witness a vintage show in a state-of-the-art presentation.
In addition, composer Bill Whelan returns to the recording studio to re-record the show’s iconic music with cutting-edge studio equipment and contemporary musicians, many of whom are current members of the Riverdance band.
This exciting 25th anniversary production premieres in North America in 2020. It’s still Riverdance, but not as you have ever seen or heard it before.
This production is presented by Broadway San Jose.
NOTE: Tickets purchased from any individual, company or website other than the authorized sources of TSJ Ticketing/San Jose Theaters, Ticketmaster or Broadway San Jose are purchased at your own risk and may be fraudulent, counterfeit or invalid for admission to the performance. San Jose Theaters assumes no liability for these tickets and cannot resolve any disputes involving their use. Tickets may not be resold on theater premises, including the courtyard of the Center for the Performing Arts.