Walton Arts Center kicks off Broadway season with ‘Nice Work If You Can Get It’

Alex Enterline (Jimmy Winter) and the female ensemble of the Nice Work If You Can Get It national tour.

Photo: Jeremy Daniel

Walton Arts Center opens their broadway season this week, with touring show Nice Work If You Can Get It.

The lightheaded musical, set in Roaring Twenties-era New York, features extravagant dance numbers, glittering costumes, and a score by George and Ira Gershwin, including classic songs Let’s Call The Whole Thing Off, Someone to Watch Over Me, and Fascinating Rhythm.

The show debuted on Broadway in 2012, and is touring for the first time this year. Dallas Morning News raved, “Nice Work If You Can Get It will brighten your life.”

The musical opened Tuesday, Oct. 21, and six more performances are scheduled through Sunday Oct. 26.

Tickets are $36-$74, on sale now at waltonartscenter.org.