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Man of La Mancha recants Don Quixote's epic story in this must-see musical performance. Don't miss your chance to see Man of La Mancha performed LIVE! Buy your Man of La Mancha tickets today!
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Man of La Mancha Concert Tickets

Man of La Mancha brings one of the greatest stories of all-time - Don Quixote, a 17th century Spanish novel written by Miguel de Cervantes - to life in the form of a big stage musical. Follow Don Quixote as he and his sidekick Sancho Panza tilt at windmills, pursue the barmaid Dulcinea and try to restore chivalrous honor to the Spanish countryside. Man of La Mancha tickets can transport you to a magical world where nobility and virtue once again rule the day.

With its 1965 Broadway debut, Man of La Mancha quickly made its way into the hearts of theater audiences, winning five Tonys over the course of its 2,328 performance run. Since then, it has been revived five times on Broadway alone, which isn't even to mention the numerous times it's been performed by local and regional theater companies. It was also adapted for a 1972 movie.

The story of Don Quixote, told here in song, including the long-time standard, "Dream the Impossible Dream," is one of the most enduring in literary history. First published in two volumes in the early 17th century, it worked its way into the consciousness of people the world over, even leading to its own word, "quixotic," which is used to indicate extreme chivalry and romance, often for their own sake.