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Arts and Entertainment

Edward Scissorhands the Musical is about to Cut Out

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Only a few days left to get tickets to Edward Scissorhands -- no not the movie, the musical playing at the Ahmanson Theatre until December 31st.

The touching and Gothic Tim Burton fairytale has been brought to the stage by Matthew Bourne, who devised, directed, and choreographed the show in London. This breathtaking dance sensation is performed to the original movie soundtrack written by Danny Elfman with a live string orchestra. It has beautiful scenery, of course, right out of a Burton classic, and its witty tongue-in-cheek staging is something not to be missed.

For tickets call 213.628.2772

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