Last update: 12/15/2014

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.
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.

Timeless Entertainment Productions presents

"A Holiday Variety Show"

This show has been cancelled by the performer

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

Mistinguett Productions presents

"One More Holiday With You"

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

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.

Begin your New Year with laughter and a finger-snapping, toe-tapping journey through YOUR life experiences. Enjoy the 26 songs such as: “I’ve Become My Mother,” “Baby Boomer Blues,” “Try My Pill,” “Do You Remember Me” and “High School Reunion” performed by an extraordinarily talented cast. Each musical delight will evoke your own experiences. Directly from New York summer stock and The Smith Center, “I Know I Came In Here For Something” is a happy, memorable show that will have you cheering, dancing and laughing. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Gateway Arts Foundation (

Bill Pinkney's Original Drifters ®

Wednesday, January 14, 7 p.m.

Bill Pinkney’s legacy group still reflects the entire legendary Drifters’ presence in the music industry as it weaves a blend of nostalgic magic and on-stage excitement with a 21st century twist. The Drifters represent more than the story of a single group’s success. Changes in personnel and management over the years have led to the sprouting of many Drifters permutations, but 1953 original Bill Pinkney has used the name The Original Drifters® since the 1950s, and his legacy continues. Bill Pinkney’s Original Drifters® received the Excellence in Entertainment Pioneer Award and were enshrined in the Fans’ Entertainment Hall of Fame Museum of Las Vegas on Monday, November 17, 2014. 

Bill Fayne & Mistinguett Productions present

"From Broadway to Hollywood"

Broadway Musicals that Made It to Hollywood

Sunday, January 18, 3 p.m.

Once again, Bill Fayne and Mistinguett have joined forces to bring you this 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,” “Phantom of the Opera” and many more ... all singing, all dancing, all great music! And 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.

A talented and versatile saxophone player and comic performer, Martin 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 musical comedy variety dance act and teams up with Carmine Mandia to present a celebration of music, comedy and dance from the 40s to the present – a tribute to Frank Sinatra, Jerry Lewis and Sam Butera. Don’t miss “Rabbit & His Crazy Cast of Characters!”

Gateway Arts Foundation proudly presents

The Fabulous NiteKings in Concert

Sunday, February 8, 2 p.m.

The NiteKings vocal group was started more than 50 years ago just up the road from Detroit in Pontiac, Mich. The original members retired in 1972 after leaving behind a legacy of great entertainment and music. The group was re-started in Las Vegas in 1982 by Richard Perez and Marvin Workman, who were later joined by Tony Precia and Pete Kentros. The groupo’s first gig was at the T-Bird Lounge, and then they were offered another at the Tap House and stayed there for 10 years. The NiteKings have played all the major hotels, including opening for Leslie Gore, and performing with The Miracles, Del-Vikings, Righteous Brothers, Drifters, and many more. The NiteKings consist of four vocalists – Skip Petronzio, Eddy Betancourt, Angelo Mastrio and Victor Moea, and are backed by band members Tony Cedola, Bobby Gill, Michael “Red” Horrocks and Mike Bolen. The NiteKings bring you “The Sounds of Detroit.” A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Gateway Arts Foundation. 

Community Theatre

"Do You Believe in Muses?"

Saturday, February 14, 7 p.m.
Sunday, February 15, 2 p.m.

The Community Theater group is at it again! Join us as we journey across the United States with nine muses sent directly from Mount Olympus to help folks discover their talents. They haven’t really lost their talent, it’s just been hidden! There will be music, art, dancing, acting and, of course, fun and laughter! Contact any cast member for tickets, or call Elaine Ruda, 838-3849; Jeannie Ebner, 838-2908; or Kim Tuel, 901-3358.

Mistinguett Productions presents

Tommy Ward ... "Baby Buble" 

Saturday, February 21, 7 p.m.

“Tommy is the epitome of great music,” remarked 27-time Grammy award winning producer Quincy Jones. “An artist talented enough to be a household name,” reported NBC. Soulful jazz influence meets a contemporary pop sound anchored by a voice that evokes an era of time gone by. Within the past few years, Tommy has conquered Las Vegas stages and made a headlining name for himself in arenas generally reserved for generations-older entertainers. Respect for the past and its legendary crooners are always present in Tommy’s music and lyrics. Tommy has opened for Frank Moreno, and has been featured in shows with Clint Holmes, Louie Anderson, Michael Buble, Matt Goss and “Jersey Boys.” Tommy and his big band of musicians deliver a perfect mix of music, lyric, showmanship and variety. Don’t miss an opportunity to see the next big star produced by the great Quincy Jones.