Dirty Dancing Show at the Videotron Centre of Quebec

Dirty Dancing Show at the Videotron Centre of Quebec

Dirty Dancing at the Videotron Center of Quebec

 

On May 25th, 2018, relive a romantic movie classic (A girl movie in modern terms) on stage with Dirty Dancing at the Center Videotron in Quebec City.

 

It’s now the turn of thousands of women fans from Eastern Canada, whose childhood or teenage years were marked by this famous film production, to be able to attend the show Dirty Dancing at the Videotron Centre in Quebec City on May 25, 2018, a first in the region since the film was adapted to the scene in 2004. The spectators present will be presented with the original English version subtitled in French.

 

Tickets will go on sale to the public on December 1, 2017, with a pre-sale reserved for Ticketmaster, the Remparts and the Videotron Centre subscribers the day before, as well as November 29 for the Première Places members. Ticket prices varies between $ 51 and $ 107.

 

A modest production that featured then-little known actors Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Gray, Dirty Dancing has turned into a huge success over the years with more than 214 million generated revenues worldwide. The soundtrack of the film is equally resounding with titles such as (I’ve had) The Time of My Life and She’s Like the Wind, the latter being written and performed by none other than Swayze himself. This is the beginning of the glory days for the darling of his ladies, which will materialize with the release of the romantic drama Ghost and cementing its sex symbol status with an entire generation of young women.

 

For the Dirty Dancing production – The Classic On Stage which will be presented on May 25, 2018, it is the famous Aaron dancer Patrick Craven who will play the role of Johnny Castle (Patrick Swayze) with Kaleigh Courts in the role of beautiful Frances “Baby” Houseman (Jennifer Gray).

 

If you are one die-hard fan of this classic of the 7th art, do not miss this unique chance to attend the show Dirty Dancing at the Center Videotron in Quebec City on May 25, 2018.