STARBRIGHT THEATRE
Last update: 11/17/2014

Online Theater Ticket Sales

Tickets for Starbright Theatre shows are now on sale via the Sun City Summerlin online ticketing system. Online purchases may be made with a credit card. To purchase tickets online, click: BUY TICKETS. To learn more, click: LEARN MORE.

Show tickets may also be purchased in person at Desert Vista, Mountain Shadows and the Pinnacle.
TICKETS ON SALE 7 DAYS A WEEK FROM 8 A.M. - 9 P.M.
All ticket sales at the monitor stations are check or cash
(exact change required). No credit cards are accepted.

Most Starbright Theatre Shows are now sold with assigned seating.
Each ticket will show the specific row and seat number you are entitled to sit in.

Be sure to get your tickets early for all Starbright Theatre shows.
If an event sells out, every attempt will be made to provide additional shows if possible.

All ticket prices include Live Entertainment Tax. Tickets are non-refundable.
For up-to-date information on Starbright Theatre shows, call 240-1301

The Starbright Theatre is wheelchair accessible and is equipped with listening devices for the hearing challenged?
To obtain a listening device please ask at the Pinnacle Monitor Station. No one under the age of 12 allowed in theatre.


The Silvertones Chorus presents

“Goin’ on a Sleigh Ride – A Winter Concert”

Saturday, December 6, 7 p.m.
Sunday, December 7, 2 p.m.
$8 

From the opening strains of “Goin’ on a Sleigh Ride” to the closing “Christmas Canon,” the audience will be treated to a concert that embraces the wonderful music of the holiday season. Toes will be tapping to songs like  “A Jingle Bell Sleigh Ride,” “Pinecones and Holly Berries.” and “This Is That Time of the Year.” Music to stir the heart includes “May Each Day,” “Silent Comes the Joy,” while “The Santa Rap” and “Christmas Island” will bring a smile to audiences’ faces. There also will be one or two musical surprises.  The concert will feature “Country Christmas Eve,” an original holiday song by George Pucine. Martha Olsen's skilled craftsmanship on the piano completes the musical team. This year’s selection of music will prove to be an outstanding evening. Tickets may be purchased by contacting Don, 256-6220; Jeanne, 858-2908; or Kay, 254-3427.


The Musicmakers present

“A Holiday Portrait”

Saturday, December 13, 7 p.m.
Sunday, December 14, 2 p.m.
$8

Director Megan Schnizlien has once again planned a fantastic upbeat show entitled “A Holiday Portrait.” This choral revue is a heart-warming celebration of all the joy the season can bring. Using the unifying theme of the family photo album, the program takes a touching look at families and the value of family relationships during the holiday season.


Timeless Entertainment Productions presents

“A Holiday Variety Show”

Friday, December 19, 6:30 p.m.
$13

Timeless Entertainment presents Ms. Senior Nevada and the Lummis Elementary School fourth- and fifth-grade choir in “A Holiday Variety Show.” A special number, choreographed by Audrey Smith (who just happens to be the music instructor at Lummis Elementary and the reigning Ms. Senior Nevada) is titled “Holiday Spirits” and will set the pace for a wonderful season. Also appearing will be headliner performers, current and retired professionals. If you have not seen either the choir or the Ms. Senior Nevada Pageant Family in action, this is a not-to-be missed event. The variety of talent is amazing, and combining these groups and their talents will start your holiday celebration off right!


Mistinguett Productions presents

“One More Holiday With You”

 Fifth Avenue and Dangerous Curves
Saturday, December 20, 7 p.m.
$15

Celebrate the warmth of friendship and the cherished memories of tradition this holiday season as two of Las Vegas’ most critically acclaimed vocal groups join forces to bring you a holiday show you are not likely to soon forget. Fifth Avenue’s Bryce Robinson, Jeff Celentano, Jerry Jones and Rob Hyatt, along with Dangerous Curves’ Karen Michaels, Lisa Smith and Margaret Menzies proudly present a musical spectacular featuring seven-part harmonies, time-honored holiday tunes and some good old-fashioned Christmas cheer.  With a long history of friendship and collaboration between these groups, camaraderie and kinship is sure to be infectious. Powerhouse vocals and dynamic harmonies will be the perfect soundtrack to bring the spirit of the holidays to life. Invite a friend or two and make merry at “One More Holiday With You.”


Gateway Arts Foundation and Dr. Carole Altman present

“I Know I Came In Here For Something”

A Middle-Age Musical Comedy Revue

Sunday, January 4, 3 p.m.
$15

Begin your New Year with laughter and a finger-snapping, toe-tapping journey through life’s experiences.  Enjoy the 26 songs such as: “I’ve Become My Mother,” “Baby Boomer Blues,” “Try My Pill,” “Do You Remember Me,” “High School Reunion,” and 21 other musical treasures sung by an extraordinarily talented cast. Directly from New York Summer Stock and The Smith Center, “I Know I Came In Here For Something” is a very happy, memorable show that will have audiences cheering, dancing and laughing. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Gateway Arts Foundation (www.gatewayartsfoundation.org).


Bill Fayne & Mistinguett Productions present

“From Broadway to Hollywood”

Broadway Musicals that Made It to Hollywood

Sunday, January 18, 3 p.m.
$18 

Once again Bill Fayne and Mistinguett have joined forces to present a fast-paced show featuring great moments from the best of Broadway musicals that eventually made it to the silver screen. The shows featured cover the last 70 years of musical cinema, featuring movies like “Cabaret,” “Chicago,” “Jersey Boys,” “West Side Story,” “Guys and Dolls,” “Les Miserables,” “South Pacific,” “The King & I” and “Phantom of the Opera.” There also will be a special section from the greatest movie musical of all time, “Singin’ In the Rain.” The show stars five triple-threat entertainers and is produced, directed and choreographed by Mistinguett. Don’t miss this one.


Rabbit & His Crazy Cast of Characters

Starring Martin Mancuso and Carmine Mandia

Saturday, January 31, 7 p.m.
$13

A talented and versatile saxophone player and comic performer, Martin Mancuso has played in many jazz festivals and won many awards for his tribute shows. He is often billed as “The Man With the Singing Saxophone.” Martin, a.k.a. “Rabbit,” has received rave reviews for this variety act, where he teams up with Carmine Mandia to present a celebration of music, comedy and dance from the 40s to the present, along with a tribute to Frank Sinatra, Jerry Lewis and Sam Butera.