Last update: 08/25/2014
Online Theater and Dance Ticket Sales
Tickets for upcoming shows scheduled in the Starbright Theatre are now on sale via the new Sun City Summerlin online ticketing system. The new system offers online purchasing of theater and dance tickets. For more details, see the article in the August LINK magazine, page 7.
To access the new online ticketing system to purchase tickets please CLICK HERE
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.
Show tickets may 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.
Tickets may be purchased online beginning September 1.
Online purchases may be made with a credit card.
All ticket prices include Live Entertainment Tax.
Tickets are non-refundable.
For up-to-date information on Starbright Theatre shows, call 240-1301
Just a reminder to all our residents that there is currently no reserved
seating at the Starbright Theatre.
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.
Gateway Arts Foundation presents
Sunday, September 7, 2 p.m.
Gateway Arts Foundation is thrilled to present vocalist Zipporah Peddle on her return engagement to the Starbright Theatre for an afternoon of songs that celebrate life, love and the beauty of music. In “The Songs I Love: A Cabaret,” she will explore the music of George Gershwin, Andre Previn, Edith Piaf, Cole Porter, Jason Robert Brown, Frank Wildhorn and many more artists. She will be joined by special guests Alex Clements (piano), Briana Shaw Rossi (voice), and Dena Massaro-Williams (cello). A portion of ticket sales to 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.
“A one-man riot” is the best way to describe the show Variety called “Ferociously Funny!” and the Los Angeles Times declared, “This Barbecue is well done!” Directed by Ted Lange, “Isaac” of television’s “Love Boat” fame, “Big Daddy’s Barbeque” is a one-man show written and 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 and dance for you as he delights 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.
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 BroadwayWorld.com, “Dangerous Curves” (Lisa Smith, Margaret Menzies, Karen Michaels) is excited to bring its award-winning cabaret to the Starbright Theatre. Known for their spectacular blend of powerhouse vocals and delicious harmonies, this popular trio delivers timeless classics made famous by the Andrews Sisters and Judy Garland, as well as many of the Billboard hits and Broadway melodies you’ve come to know and love, all presented in beautiful, three-part CURVY style.
Gateway Arts Foundation presents
Sunday, October 5, 2 p.m.
Returning to the Starbright Theatre, Mama’s Wranglers, The Jackson Family Band and Cloggers of Las Vegas are singing and dancing to the delight of their appreciative fans. Those fans will remember this amazing family of talented musicians formerly known as the Kid Fiddlers. They are one of the most sought-after acts and have performed in 49 states, Canada and Europe. This amazing troupe not only plays a mean fiddle, but they have learned to play many other instruments, sing old-time western music with blended harmonies that only siblings can achieve, and clog dance up a storm. America’s little yodeling sweetheart, 12-year old Skyler, is guaranteed to bring down the house! A portion of the proceeds benefits the Gateway Arts Foundation scholarship fund for advanced private music studies for outstanding Las Vegas students.
Saturday, October 18, 7 p.m.
“Broadway Showstoppers” performs tributes to the classic musicals from the Golden Age of Broadway like “West Side Story”, “Guys & Dolls”, “Grease” and “Cabaret,” and will perform hits from the hottest shows on Broadway today, including “Mamma Mia”, “Motown”, Carole King’s “Beautiful”, “Jersey Boys”, “Staying Alive” and “Hair Spray.” An all-star cast of performers from around the country, who have all toured with national touring companies of several Broadway shows, will be coming through Las Vegas direct from a four-month engagement at Harrah’s in Reno on their national tour. Don’t miss this one-show-only opportunity to see “Broadway Showstoppers” at the Starbright Theatre.
Chapter of Sweet Adelines International, presents
Memoirs of a Celebrity
Sunday, October 26, 3 p.m.
Celebrity City Chorus is a dynamic group of women, singing four-part harmony in the singular American style of barbershop harmony. They are “Sweet Adelines.” These women, from all walks of life, have joined together in harmony for more than 50 years, performing and competing with over 500 other Sweet Adeline Choruses in Las Vegas and around the world. Most recently, Celebrity City Chorus competed regionally and again won the honor of competing on the international stage. This show is a journey through the years in song. The 60-member chorus will be joined by chapter quartets.