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Hollywood Pantages Announces 2015-16 Theater Season

Theater fans can get ready for hit music, grand illusions and toe-tapping dance numbers. The Hollywood Pantages has announced its lineup for the 2015-16 theater season, featuring four premieres straight from Broadway as well as the return of four classic productions for its 85th anniversary.

The new season will include the L.A. debuts of “If/Then,” “Bullets Over Broadway,” “The Illusionists – Witness the Impossible” and Tony-winning “Beautiful – The Carole King Musical.”

“Annie,” “Dirty Dancing,” “42nd Street” and “Cabaret” will also be making their returns to the Pantages stage.

Season ticket packages will go on sale to the general public on Monday, Feb. 23.

The full 2015-16 season:

“Annie,” Oct. 13-Nov. 1, 2015

If/Then,” Dec. 8, 2015-Jan. 3, 2016

“Bullets Over Broadway,” Jan. 5-24, 2016

“Dirty Dancing – The Classic Story On Stage,” Feb. 2-21, 2016

“The Illusionists – Witness the Impossible,” Feb. 23-March 13, 2016

“42nd Street,” May 31-June 19, 2016

“Beautiful – The Carole King Musical,” June 22-July 17, 2016

Cabaret,” July 19-Aug. 7, 2016

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