ON STAGE NOW : Michael Jacksons Back From The Future

April 29 — June 26 2016

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It's the year 2015. Superstar Marty McFox and his beautiful wife Jennifer are throwing a smashing 25th wedding anniversary ball at the fabulous Neverland Ranch and you're invited! All of Marty's friends and family will be there and it's sure to be an epic extravaganza...But something's amiss... When Marty and his best friend Doc used a time-travelling DeLorean back in 1985 to travel to the distant future of 2015, things appeared to be quite different than they are now... Where are all the flying cars? Where are the counter-top soda-pop dispensers? And, most importantly, where are the Hoverboards!? Doc and Marty are about to discover that the secret to correcting our present time-line may lie in the sequined-gloved hand of a certain Mega-Popstar-Icon... Only trouble is, they'll have to travel back through time to meet him! Will they be able to solve the mystery and correct our present, or will they discover that the future they once knew is ancient history?!? ...Only time will tell... Join us on another amazing adventure with Doc and Marty set to songs from the ‘80s.

 









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