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2013 is packed with amazing hit shows any theatre aficionado will be dying to see. If you’ve got a theatre lover on your holiday gift list, Dynamic Tickets has everything you need. Grant a wish this holiday season and give tickets to the perfect show.

spider man turn off the dark 2013 holiday 300x225 Holiday Gift Guide for the Theatre Lover in your Life1. Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark
Marvel’s most beloved super hero swings from out of the comic books and onto the stage in this thrilling rock musical. Peter Parker’s average life is turned on its head when he’s bitten by a radioactive spider. Now, Peter must balance his mundane life with his new day job saving the world and the love of his life from the devices of the menacing Green Goblin. With a score by U2′s Bono and The Edge, “Spider-Man” is action-packed eye candy full of incredible acrobatics and visual effects that will wow the young and young-at-heart.

2. Evita
Any veteran theatre-goer will loathe missing the long-awaited Broadway revival of “Evita.” The story of Argentinean First Lady Eva Peron has been elevated to whole new heights of glory, romance and elegance. The smash-hit score by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber is brought to life by Elena Roger, Ricky Martin and Michael Cerveris in a revival the critics are still exclaiming about.

phantom of the opera 2013 broadway 300x300 Holiday Gift Guide for the Theatre Lover in your Life3. Phantom of the Opera
The longest-running show in Broadway history is perfect for anyone just getting into theatre. It follows the story of Christine, an up-and-coming soprano, as she becomes obsessed with a disfigured specter entranced by her voice. A powerful score by Tony Award-winning composer Andrew Lloyd Webber brings this dark and dramatic romance to life.

4. Once
Winner of 8 Tony Awards, “Once” is a gentle but powerful modern piece that gives the audience a close-knit, intimate feel with its characters. It follows the tale of Guy, vacuum cleaner repairman by day and struggling guitar player by night, and Girl, a Czech immigrant who hears Guy play and refuses to let him give up his music. Together with a ragtag group of musicians, they pull together record an album while a complicated romance blooms between Guy and Girl. “Once” is the perfect show for the pensive and those that find beauty in the connections between people.

5. Nice Work If You Can Get It
It’s hard to go wrong with a feel-good comedy put on by an all-star cast in amazing costumes. Set during Prohibition, “Nice Work If You Can Get It” features the talents of Matthew Broderick as Jimmy Winter, a wealthy playboy that gets tangled up with Billie, a bootlegger played by Kelli O’Hara, when Billie tries to use Jimmy’s mansion as a hide-out. When Jimmy, his fiancé and her prohibitionist family show up unexpectedly, Billie and her gang have to pose as servants. This American musical comedy is sure to please anyone with a good sense of humor.