Friday, September 17, 2021

Entertainment and Community News : The return of Broadway shows nears as Theatre opens 44th season





La Mirada native Kenny Metcalf kicked off the 44th season of entertainment at La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts last night in a musical  re-creation as Elton John in Elton and the Early Years Band in the first of two shows.

Metcalf and his supporting band perform hit after hit from the early years in a live concert setting that even includes the flamboyant type of attire Elton John was known for.  

Good seats remain available for tonight's performance the last of the TV show series. seats for the 8 p.m. performance are priced from $19- $58. 

Further information and a link to purchase tickets can be found at:

https://lamiradatheatre.com/current_events/concerts/elton_john_tribute/

The wait is almost over

Next Friday, after a season scrapped  due to the pandemic, the wait will be over as Broadway returns to La Mirada with the McCoy-Rigby production of Clue.

Based on the motion picture of the same name, Clue is a comedic whodunit with a cast of zany characters that brings to life the classic boardgame from Hasbro.

Clue premieres Friday September 24th and runs through October 17th with ticket prices ranging from $14 up to $62.90. Matinee shows are offered on Saturdays and Sundays.

The theatre is obligated by state law to enforce a mask and vaccination mandate in place through November 1st for all venues with a capacity of 1,000 or more.  All persons attending an events at the theater are required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status or covid-19 test results.

In accordance with state law attendees must present photo ID and their proof of vaccination or a report showing a test of negative within the past 72 hours at the door in order to be admitted.

Sheriff's Dear Awareness Event

WHITTIER- The Sheriff's department will be hosting a deaf awareness inaugural event on Saturday at 10 a.m. to raise awareness of the deaf community and to highlight the Sheriff's Department involvement.

 The event at the Sheriff's STARS Center will feature educational breakout sessions, static displays, food trucks, face painting, and career information.

STARS Center is located at 11515 Colima Rd near Telegraph Rd in South Whittier.

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