STARBRIGHT THEATRE
Last update: 04/18/2014

All shows at the Starbright are first come, first served with no limit on the amount of tickets purchased.  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 Pinnacle community centers.  All ticket prices include Live Entertainment Tax.  Tickets are non-refundable.

Just a reminder to all our residents that there is 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.

 

TICKETS ON SALE 7 DAYS A WEEK FROM 8 A.M. - 9 P.M.

All ticket sales are check or cash (exact change required).
No credit cards 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.

The Starbright Theatre Has Reopened

The Starbright Theatre was closed from February 28th through April 12th
for repairs to the floor of the stage.
Shows scheduled during the closure that were cancelled are:

Spencer Baker (3-2), "Give Me Gershwin" (3-8), "My Buddy" (3-15/3-16),
"Sun City Talent Show" (3-25), LV Ballet - "Sleeping Beauty" (3-29)

Paid ticket holders will receive refunds by mail.


Mistinguett Productions presents

Stevaughn Freschette
“Prince of Romance”

Saturday, April 19, 7 p.m.
$15 residents/$18 non-residents

Stevaughn Freschette, originally from Louisiana, of French/Creole descent, came to Las Vegas in 1995 and was heard performing by the famous King of Romance, Engelbert Humperdinck, who told his son, Jason Dorsey, “That kid’s got a good set of pipes, he reminds me of myself when I was young. Get that kid some gigs!” With Engelbert’s endorsement, Stevaughn started headlining at the Flamingo, Treasure Island, Riviera and up and down the Las Vegas Strip, as well as all over the world. He looks like Tony Orlando, but sounds just like Englebert. His repertoire consists of a mixture of his own contemporary originals, R&B, country, and songs made famous by Nat Cole, Lou Rawls, Lionel Richie, Kenny Rogers, Frank Sinatra, Neil Diamond and, of course, Engelbert Humperdinck. Experience a full band, a back-up vocalist and his high energy Las Vegas show.


Silvertones Presents:

“We Feel a Song Comin’ On"

Saturday, April 26, 7 p.m.
Sunday, April 27, 2 p.m.
Tickets, $8

The Silvertones celebrate award-winning movies, including smash hits from “South Pacific” and a floorshow from “Cabaret.” Tickets for this Oscar-studded event are $8 and can be purchased from any member of the Club, or by calling Don, 256-6220; Jeanne, 838-2908; or Kay, 254-3427.


“Sun City Musicmakers Go to the Movies”

Spring Concert

Saturday, May 3, 7 p.m.
Sunday, May 4, 2 p.m.
Tickets, $8

Musical selections from “Lion King,” “Mary Poppins,” Sound of Music” and more. For more information, call President John Harris, 255-4738. 


Mistinguett Productions presents

The Phat Pack
The Best of Broadway

Saturday, May 10, 7 p.m.
$15 residents/$18 non-residents

Broadway singers and former cast mates of “Phantom: The Las Vegas Spectacular” have created a brand new show. Bruce Ewing, Ted Keegan, Randal Keith and Kevan Patriquin all met at “Phantom” and became... “The Phat Pack,” featuring the best of Broadway, American Standards, Las Vegas favorites and original songs. The show is jam-packed with great music, laughter in song and story, and dreams, as the guys share their personal and career journeys. “The Phat Pack” was awarded Best All Around Performers in 2013 by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.


Gateway Arts Foundation presents

Alex Clements

Sunday, May 18, 1:30 p.m.
$12 residents/$15 non-residents

This worldwide acclaimed pianist and composer is a Gateway and Sun City Summerlin favorite. This concert will feature fiery Latin originals from Clements’ popular CD. You will hear a kaleidoscope of styles, including cha chas, mambos, sambas, bossa novas and festejos. Clements is accompanied by Eric Tewalt on flute, Laraine Kaiser-Viazotsev on violin, Jeff Davis on bass, Kurt Rasmussen on percussion and Pepe Jiminez on drums. Clements’ dazzling artistry has brought him to concert halls around the world and has earned him one of his highest accomplishments – the Alberta Achievement Award. A portion of ticket sales benefits the Gateway Arts Foundation scholarship awards fund for advanced private music studies for outstanding Las Vegas students.


Dance Connection Show

May 14, 7 p.m.
Admission is free

Come join the fun at the 19th Annual Dance Connection Show.


Pullen Productions presents

“Thank You for the Music – A Modern Tribute to ABBA”

Saturday, May 31, 7 p.m.
$15 residents/$18 non-residents

Back by popular demand, the talented cast returns to the Starbright Theater after their sold-out performance in 2012. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience a thrilling musical tribute! “Thank You for the Music” is a dynamic tribute to the Swedish pop super-group. Powerful harmonies, high energy dance and the unforgettable hits of ABBA will have you falling in love with the quartet all over again. “Dancing Queen,” “Waterloo,” “Take a Chance on Me,” “Fernando,” “The Winner Takes It All,” and “Mamma Mia” are only the beginning of this nostalgic journey. This show is entertaining for adults and kids alike.


Jimmie Ray and Cyndi Cantrell’s Black Train
A Tribute to Johnny Cash, Trains, America and Some Friends

Saturday, June 7, 7 p.m.
$13 residents/$15 non-residents

Jimmie Ray as Johnny Cash and Cyndi Cantrell as June Carter, Patsy Cline and others, along with their band Black Train are coming back to the Starbright Theatre. There will be a large-scale model railroad as part of the show, plus a complete enhanced video production. The show starts in 1932, journeying through six decades of Johnny and June’s music and memories. There also will be a special time to honor those who serve and have served to protect our country. The show opens with Jimmie Ray’s original song, “Black Train” and segues into the greatest hits of Johnny Cash and June Carter.


Mistinguett Productions presents

Celebrity Impressionist, Elisa Furr and her Tribute to Celine

Sunday, June 22, 3 p.m.
$15 residents/$18 non-residents

When you experience Elisa Furr perform her “Tribute to Celine,” you will be amazed. From the onset of the first beat, Elisa enters the stage with a passion like no other performer. Singing and performing in her unique poses, executing Celine’s facial expressions and paying tribute to her French accent, wearing replicated costumes and, of course, singing in an almost identical voice, Elisa is fast becoming one of the most sought out impersonators around the country. Elisa sails her way through an exciting set of Celine’s greatest hits, including “The Way You Love Me,” “The Power of Love,” “All by Myself” and the beloved “My Heart Will Go On.” You will not be disappointed. Seeing is believing!


Pullen Productions presents

California Dreamin’

Saturday, June 28, 7 p.m.
$15 residents/$18 non-residents

Take a nostalgic musical ride with The Mamas and The Papas, Simon and Garfunkel, The Carpenters, The 5th Dimension, Peter, Paul and Mary, Joni Mitchell, Burt Bacharach, The Association and many more!  Experience the easy listening, feel-good ballads of the folk renaissance along with other upbeat songs that filled the airwaves back then. Gorgeous harmonies and introspective moments combine with historical narrative, energetic dancing and good laughs. This show is truly a touching walk down memory lane.