To Be Rescheduled

On Your Feet!

Music & Lyrics by Gloria & Emilio Estefan
Book by Alexander Dinelaris


Direction by Justin Anderson
Musical Direction by Ann-Carol Pence
Choreography by Chani Maisonet

From humble beginnings in Havana to international superstardom, Gloria & Emilio Estefan changed the music industry forever. Experience the inspiring true story of two people whose belief in their art and determination created a new crossover genre of music. This Broadway sensation is a dance party that features all of your favorite songs including: Rhythm is Gonna Get You, 1-2-3, Conga, Turn the Beat Around and many more.

We have postponed performances of ON YOUR FEET!, but we will be back. The set is onstage, the costumes are in the dressing rooms and the actors are ready to resume telling this story. Unfortunately we are not sure when that will be, but when we do – we will let you know. If you have tickets, you will get an email that will cover your options. We will also post information on our website and social media as well as providing it to the media.

March 5 – April 12, 2020 To be rescheduled

Tuesday–Saturday at 8:00pm
Saturday & Sunday at 2:30pm
Tickets from $30

Tuesday Matinee:
March 17 at 10:00am


Box Office
678.226.6222
boxoffice@auroratheatre.com


Groups of 10+
678.226.6238
groups@auroratheatre.com

 

LOBBY ART EXHIBIT: Isaac Alcantar & Reinaldo Vargas

Isaac Alcantar trained extensively with Kudzu Art Zone’s David Raderstorf. Isaac has shown his work in 25 juried exhibitions, including the Kudzu Open Exhibit, the Georgia Watercolor Society Member Exhibition and he received an invitation from the Mexican Consulate for a solo exhibition. “Art reflects my surroundings, culture, and thoughts. It is an adventure of discovery that takes me on a journey of exposure using color, texture and subject. Art allows me to express feeling, including one stimulated by living in a new culture.” https://fineartamerica.com/profiles/isaac-alcantar

Reinaldo Vargas graduated from the Academy of Arts San Alejandro, the oldest and most prestigious fine arts school in Cuba. In 1993, he decided to immigrate to Europe and expand his artistic ambitions.  After four years living in Paris, France, he decided to move to the United States and currently resides in Atlanta. “My artwork is not driven by any theory or concept, but, by the expression of the gestural inspiration that is found everywhere. I like layers, lines, and colors to be in harmony with the visual forms of chaos, which surprisingly, lead to an apparent tranquility.” https://renyvargas.wixsite.com/reyvargas

Artist Reception/Meet the Artists
Saturday, March 21
Aurora Lobby, 5pm – 7:30pm


OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION
Join us after the opening night performance on March 5 for a reception with the cast and crew at La Cazuela.

WINE DOWN WEDNESDAYS
Free wine samples on Wednesdays from 7:00–8:00pm prior to our Mainstage performances.

Courtesy of Local Republic

THIRSTY THURSDAYS
Free wine & craft beer samples on Thursdays from 7:00–8:00pm prior to our Mainstage performances.

Courtesy of Universal Joint

MARGARITA MATINEES
Free margarita tastings on Saturdays from 1:30–2:30pm prior to our Mainstage performances.

Courtesy of La Cazuela

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María Bilbao*
María Bilbao*

Gloria

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Max J. Cervantes
Max J. Cervantes

Emilio

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Lilliangina Quiñones
Lilliangina Quiñones

Gloria Fajardo

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Felicia Hernandez
Felicia Hernandez

Consuelo

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Arusi Santi*
Arusi Santi*

José Fajardo, Ensemble

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Angeliqué Alvarez
Angeliqué Alvarez

Ensemble

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Gabriela Antunez
Gabriela Antunez

Ensemble

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Marcello Audino
Marcello Audino

Ensemble, U/S Emilio

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CJ Babb*
CJ Babb*

Ensemble, Dance Captain

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Danny Bevins*
Danny Bevins*

Ensemble

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Patrick Coleman
Patrick Coleman

Ensemble

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Michael Crute
Michael Crute

Ensemble

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Ayana DuBose
Ayana DuBose

Ensemble

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Isaac Fenwick
Isaac Fenwick

Ensemble

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Geanna Funes
Geanna Funes

Ensemble, U/S Gloria

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Elijah Izaguirre
Elijah Izaguirre

Ensemble

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Pablina Lopez
Pablina Lopez

Ensemble

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Damian Pastrana
Damian Pastrana

Ensemble

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Maya Quiñones
Maya Quiñones

Ensemble

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Juan Carlos Unzueta
Juan Carlos Unzueta

Ensemble after 3/29

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Isaac Aguilar
Isaac Aguilar

Nayib/Young Emilio

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Chiara Sofia Bulkin
Chiara Sofia Bulkin

Little Gloria

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Aubrey Christopoulos
Aubrey Christopoulos

Little Gloria

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Jaycee Villalobos
Jaycee Villalobos

Nayib/Little Emilio

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Conner Kocks
Conner Kocks

Ensemble

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Jacky Segui
Jacky Segui

Ensemble

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Miche' Smith
Miche’ Smith

Ensemble

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Kristin Talley
Kristin Talley

Ensemble

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Brandon M. Weber
Brandon M. Weber

Ensemble

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Anthony Rodriguez
Anthony Rodriguez

Producing Artistic Director

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Ann-Carol Pence
Ann-Carol Pence

Associate Producer, Music Director

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Justin Anderson
Justin Anderson

Associate Artistic Director, Director

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Chani Maisonet
Chani Maisonet

Choreographer

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Katie Chambers*
Katie Chambers*

Resident Stage Manager

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Ellen Curry
Ellen Curry

Assistant Stage Manager

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Tanya Orellana
Tanya Orellana

Scenic Designer

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Anna Lee
Anna Lee

Sound Designer

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Mary Parker**
Mary Parker**

Lighting Designer

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Alan Yeong**
Alan Yeong**

Costume Designer

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Tierney Breedlove
Tierney Breedlove

Properties Designer

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SOLD OUT on 3/8 at 2:30pm, 3/12, 3/20, 3/21 at 2:30 pm & 8:00pm, 3/22 at 2:30pm, 3/28 at 2:30, 3/29 at 2:30pm and 4/1 at 8:00pm!


CONTENT ADVISORY: Aurora Theatre recognizes each patron’s need to make informed decisions about what is appropriate for them and their family. We do not presume that every show is well-suited for every person, and it is in that spirit we share the following content considerations. This family-centric musical contains discussions about immigration, racism, and a whole lot of salsa-infused rhythm.