Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Palace Plans KISS, Beatles, Carol Burnett Events, More

The Palace Theater in Waterbury has a number of events planned through May:

ALIVE! (KISS Tribute – New England) with guest RUSH TRIBUTE “LOTUS-LAND”
Saturday, May 15 – 8 pm
ALIVE! KISS Tribute (New England) accurately recreates KISS' legendary "Alive" 1975 live show, complete with full costume, make-up, boots, and stage production. Opening for the show is Rush Tribute Lotus Land, a three piece band dedicated to being the closest thing musically to the original band.
TICKETS: $32

CT Beatles Tribute Band: Abbey Road
Thursday May 20 - 7:30 pm
From Ed Sullivan to Sgt. Pepper, Abbey Road is the complete Beatles Tribute show filled with great musicians, cool costumes and tight harmonies. A portion of the event’s ticket sales will benefit the Are You Dense? organization, committed to the early detection and prevention of Breast Cancer.
TICKETS: $35

LAUGHTER & REFLECTION WITH Carol Burnett (photo above, credit Randee St. Nicholas)
A Conversation with Carol where the Audience Asks the Questions
Saturday, May 22 – 8 pm
In this intimate audience-interactive format, patrons are afforded a rare opportunity to partake in off-the-cuff banter with six-time Emmy Award entertainer Carol Burnett. Bring your questions and share in the fun with one of America’s most loved and respected performers.
TICKETS: $45-$125

CT Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra & Adrian Sylveen present “Pagliacci” and “Gianni Schicchi”
Sunday, May 23 - 7:30 pm
The CT Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra and an international cast directed by Adrian Sylveen perform an operatic double feature of Leoncavallo’s “Pagliacci” and Puccini’s “Gianni Schicchi” TICKETS: $34-$60

Nate the The Great
Thursday, May 27 – 9:30 am and 11:30 am
This pint-size young detective has found lost balloons, books, slippers, chickens, and even a lost goldfish. But when his neighbor Annie asks for help in locating her missing painting, it takes all of Nate's derring-do to solve the toughest case of his career, in this entertaining new musical. Part of the ShopRite Education Series.
TICKETS: $10

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