Win tickets to 'Million Dollar Quartet'

10/24/2013 2:36 PM

08/08/2014 10:34 AM

Win tickets to ‘Million Dollar Quartet’

The Wichita Eagle is giving away tickets to Theater League’s production of “Million Dollar Quartet,” which runs at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday at Century II’s Concert Hall. The show, a Tony winner from 2010, is a musical inspired by the historical Dec. 4, 1956, recording session at Sun Records that brought together Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis. To win tickets, go to Facebook.com/WichitaEagle by 10 a.m. Monday and look for the “Million Dollar Quartet” contest post. Winners will be notified on Monday. Tickets are $35, $65 and $80, at www.WichitaTix.com or by calling 316-219-4849. For more information, visit theaterleague.com.

BlackTop Nationals gets artsy

Organizers of BlackTop Nationals, a giant car show that happens every August in Wichita, are new Final Friday participants this month. The group will show off local car artists’ work at its offices at 230 N. Mosley from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Friday. Among the artists selling paintings, drawings, photos and 3-D artwork are Dan Welty, Will Linder, David Munroe and Les Broadstreet. Cassie Leigh of Let’s Paint Wichita will create a painting of a car live during the event, and Living Sound will perform music from the classic car era. Admission is free.

Laughing Feet this weekend

Laughing Feet Performers, a special needs theater company, will put on its fall variety show “Toe Jam!” this weekend at Century II’s Mary Jane Teall Theater. The shows are at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday and will feature more than 50 special needs performers partnered with peers, singing, dancing and performing skits. Tickets are $12, available at www.wichitatix.com or by calling 316-219-4849.

Denise Neil

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