The Empress Theatre is proud to present:
Struggling artist Sonny Malone is trapped in a dull job painting album covers. He is instantly attracted to Kira, an anonymous woman randomly photographed in the background of one of his assignments.
The ageless Greek muse convinces him to team up with Danny McGuire to achieve his dream of opening up a roller disco.
You'll learn why Xanadu is
A place where dreams come true
The Empress Theatre is committed to providing Family Oriented content to our patrons. While our shows in the 2020 season adhere strictly to this commitment, you may consider the content of some shows unsuitable for your family. Please familiarize yourself with the content of each show before purchasing tickets.
All sales are final, no refunds. Exchanges can be processed based on availability at the Box Office's discretion. Purchased seats which remain unoccupied at the start of performance may be resold without refund to the original ticket holder.
Parking can be found in the green areas
In the past we were able to provide parking on the west side gravel lot, the new building owners have asked that our patrons no longer park there. While we have never had any patron cars towed, it is possible. The green areas on the map below represent street parking and parking lots on Magna Main Street that are free to use.
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