Last update: 07/21/2014

Theater and Dance Ticket Notice

Tickets for all September shows scheduled in the Starbright Theatre will go on sale August 1 (and not before) due to the new online ticketing system being implemented by Sun City Summerlin Community Association Inc. The new system will provide for online purchasing of theater and dance tickets.  For more details, see the article in the August LINK magazine, page 7. The hyperlink for online purchasing will be posted here on Friday, August 1, when the new ticketing system goes into operation.

All shows at the Starbright Theatre are first come, first served, with no limit on the number of tickets purchased. Saving seats is prohibited.
Be sure to get your tickets early so you don’t miss out! If an event sells out, every attempt will be made to provide additional show times if possible.

Show tickets may be purchased at Desert Vista, Mountain Shadows and the Pinnacle.
All ticket prices include Live Entertainment Tax. Tickets are non-refundable.

Just a reminder to all our residents that there is currently no reserved seating at the Starbright Theatre.
SAVING SEATS IS NOT PERMITTED.  Please remember there is not a bad seat in the theatre,
so everyone can enjoy the performances no matter where they are seated.



All ticket sales at the monitor stations are check or cash
(exact change required). No credit cards are accepted.

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.

Carmine Mandia’s

“Shades of Sinatra”

Saturday, August 9, 7 p.m.
$15 residents/$17 non-residents

Relive the music of the legendary Frank Sinatra with “Shades of Sinatra,” one of the longest-running Sinatra tributes on the Las Vegas Strip. Awarded the 2012 and 2014 Excellence in Entertainment Award for Tribute Show of the Year, “Shades of Sinatra” features more than 30 of Sinatra’s biggest hits. The original musical production celebrates the crooner for longtime and casual fans. Cast members create unique characters who draw on experiences from their own lives, and between songs and poignant stories there is plenty of zany  humor and good-natured ribbing evocative of the vintage, off-the-cuff atmosphere associated with Ol’ Blue Eyes.

Mistinguett Productions presents

Country Legends ... A Rip Roaring Good Time!

Saturday, August 23, 7 p.m.
$15 residents/$20 non-residents

It’s summer and hot, and everyone is looking for an evening of good entertainment. America’s music – country music – includes the all-time greatest collection of top hit songs performed by a talented cast of four amazing singers. The show covers songs made famous by Willie Nelson, Garth Brooks, Johnny Cash, Tim McGraw, Patsy Cline, Shania Twain, Glen Campbell and Rascal Flatts. Special guest star and headlining country comedian Milo Tremley, better known as Professor Milo, puts the rip-roaring into this good time. Be sure not to miss this show!

(September show tickets available via the online ticketing system)

Gateway Arts Foundation presents

Zipporah Peddle

Sunday, September 7, 2 p.m.

Gateway Arts Foundation is thrilled to present vocalist Zipporah Peddle in her return engagement at the Starbright Theatre for an afternoon of songs that celebrate life, love and the beauty of music. In “The Songs I Love: A Cabaret,” Peddle explores the music of George Gershwin, Andre Previn, Edith Piaf, Cole Porter, Jason Robert Brown, Frank Wildhorn and many more. She will be joined by special guests Alex Clements (piano); Briana Shaw Rossi (voice); and Dena Massaro-Williams (cello). Zipporah will share some of the most beloved songs that have inspired her over the years in a program featuring everything from cherished standards to captivating new works. A portion of ticket sales benefit the Gateway Arts Foundation scholarship fund for advanced private music studies for outstanding Las Vegas students. 

Sun City Summerlin Community Theater Presents

“The 50th Reunion of Fairfield High”

Saturday, September 13, 7 p.m.
Sunday, September 14, 2 p.m.

Drag out that poodle skirt, dust off those blue suede shoes and join us for the wildest, craziest reunion ever. You’ll see old classmates and really “old” teachers; everybody’s as dysfunctional as ever! Tickets can be purchased from any theater member, or by calling Jeanne, 838-2908, Elaine, 838-3849, or Mary, 254-8789. 

Mistinguett Productions presents

Big Daddy’s Barbeque

Sunday, September 21, 3 p.m.

Best described as a one-man riot, “Big Daddy’s Barbecue” was lauded by Variety as “ferociously funny!”  and the L.A. Times reported, “This Barbecue is well done!” Directed by Ted Lange, best known for his character Isaac from television’s “Love Boat”, “Big Daddy’s” was written and is performed by standup comedian Jeff Wayne. Following Rob Becker’s “Defending the Caveman,” this hamburger flipping comic sensation will revisit dilemmas similar to “The Honeymooners” with Jackie Gleason. Big Daddy will sing for you, dance for you and delight his audience with all that’s happening in the world.  Don’t miss this hilarious theatrical event with one of America’s funniest TV comedians.

Dangerous Curves

Saturday, September 27, 7 p.m.

Nominated for a 2012 Los Angeles Theater Award and named one of the “Best Female Cabaret Acts” appearing in Los Angeles by Don Grigware of, “Dangerous Curves” (Lisa Smith, Margaret Menzies and Karen Michaels) is excited to bring its award-winning cabaret to the Starbright Theatre. Known for its spectacular blend of powerhouse vocals and delicious harmonies, the trio delivers timeless classics made famous by the Andrews Sisters, Judy Garland, and top spots on the Billboard and Broadway charts, all presented in beautiful, three-part, curvy style.