Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Wednesday To-Do: 'The Price is Right Live!'

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The Price is Right Live comes to Robinson Center Music Hall Wednesday pic
  • "The Price is Right Live" comes to Robinson Center Music Hall Wednesday.

'THE PRICE IS RIGHT LIVE!'
7:30 p.m. Robinson Center Music Hall. $49-$60.

Man, oh, man. How does this reporter love "The Price is Right"? Let me count the ways. Growing up with a stay-at-home mom, we watched TPIR religiously, and often fantasized about landing on the show, spinning The Big Wheel and shooting it out with some house-frau in the Showcase Showdown.

Who knew you could get so much drama out of the price of a box of Brillo pads?

In celebration of the show's 40th anniversary on TV, "The Price is Right" has taken to the road and has brought along all your favorites, including prizes, games, and the chance for audience members to "Come on down!" They even brought The Big Wheel and the Plinko board. Bob Barker, however, is not along for the ride. You and your un-neutered pets will just have to muddle through without him.

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