With the temperatures outside hitting triple digits, Christmas may not exactly be top of brain. Nonetheless, we have something that could very well change that.
The classic Peanuts story A Charlie Brown Christmas is going to the Bakersfield Fox Theater on December nineteenth.
“Peanuts is among the most popular and influential brands on the planet, and Schulz’s Emmy and Peabody award-winning story has been a longstanding tradition, warming the hearts of a large number of fans since it previously aired on TV more than 50 years ago. Presently, the live stage adaptation of the classic animated TV special breathes life into all your favorite characters – all set to the original special’s dialog as well as the unforgettable hints of the classic Vince Guaraldi musical score.”
A Charlie Brown Christmas Tickets for this special show go on sale to the general population on Friday, July nineteenth at 10 a.m. be that as it may, you can get yours early with code CHRISTMAS starting on Wednesday, July 17 at 10 a.m. at the Fox Box Office, by telephone (661) 324-8655 or through Tickets4musical .
In this way, don’t pass up a great opportunity! Celebrate “the immortal TV classic as the entire family can join Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, Linus and the remainder of the Peanuts characters in their voyage to reveal the genuine meaning of Christmas.”
The Wiggles have declared their greatest U.S. visit in about 10 years, and it incorporates a northern Ohio stop.
The Wiggles are an Australian kids’ music gathering framed in Sydney, New South Wales, in 1991.
The Wiggle’s Party Time Tour! will bolster their new Party Time! collection, which will be discharged June 28. The visit will touch base in Cleveland at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 27 at the Connor Palace in Playhouse Square.
The Party Time Tour! will be the principal chance for the greater part of America to find face to face the main ever female Wiggle, Emma (the Yellow Wiggle), who has turned into a worldwide sensation. Emma, Lachy, Simon and Anthony will hit the phase with their companions Captain Feathersword, Dorothy the Dinosaur, Henry the Octopus, Wags the Dog and a fresh out of the plastic new Wiggly companion, Shirley Shawn the Unicorn.
As included on the forthcoming Party Time! collection, guardians and youngsters alike can move and chime in to works of art like “Hokey Pokey,” “Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes,” “Jump To My Lou,” and “Simon Says.”
Other show features include:
• Joining Emma as she performs Irish, expressive dance and other bow-tiful moving.
• Listening to Anthony play his guitar, banjo and bagpipes.
• Doing the activities with Simon as he sings “Simon Says”, and if Lachy nods off, getting out “Wake up Lachy!” on the grounds that we need him for the show.
On the off chance that, while in the midst of a Marie Kondo-enlivened de-jumbling of the back shed, you chance upon a dusty lamp lodging a genie, you should use somewhere around one of your desires to invoke tickets for Disney’s ‘Aladdin – The Musical’ for yourself, your loved ones. It’s simply that great.
A nearly safeguard dependable guideline for deciding the degree to which a crowd of people has delighted in an act is by seeing whether an overwhelming applause is given once the window ornament falls on the last demonstration, and assuming this is the case, the speed and immediacy of this upstanding.
In some cases there’s only a sprinkling of ticketholders. Once in a while it feels constrained. With Disney’s, ‘Aladdin’, the applauses, plural, were extravagant, immediate, and supported, and the first happened late in Act One, as Gareth Jacobs’ Genie closed his last note in ‘Companion Like Me’, the tune made celebrated by the late-incredible Robin Williams in the 1994 enlivened component, whereupon this stupendous stage creation is based.
For Disney, it was no simple errand adjusting the animation exemplary for the stage. It took more than three years of off-Broadway tinkering, revamps and cleaning. One of the greatest issues, most likely, was the manner by which to make a genie as effective and entertaining as Robin Williams’ creation, however without the unbelievable and supreme comic. The arrangement was to not try to copy. Gareth Jacobs’ genie is less hyper, however increasingly camp, and it works. In his enchanted blue genie pants, The ‘X-Factor’ graduated class directions the phase with each raise of his painted eyebrows.
chanted blue genie pants, The ‘X-Factor’ graduated class directions the phase with each raise of his painted eyebrows.
Gareth shares the spotlight with individual unscripted TV drama emerge, Graeme Isaako, of ‘So You Think You Can Dance’, ‘The Voice’ and ‘X-Factor’ popularity; a vocation history brazenly referenced late in Act One. Both Graeme and Shubshri Kandiah, who plays his star-crossed sweetheart, Disney Princess Jasmine, look like animation characters enlivened. The speculative chemistry that exists between the pair is sufficient to have the gathering of people swooning when the enchantment cover arrives; an aeronautical wonder that will make them wonder why we have Lime Scooters, when we ought to have hoverboards at this point.
This isn’t only a show with enchantment floor coverings; there are additionally enchantment window ornaments. Each time a shade is raised, a lush new pastel-hued set is revealed. The sets are matched in their magnificence, however, by the 300 shimmering outfits. There are more genie pants than a yoga show and more shading than a Middle-Eastern bazaar. Get cheap Aladdin theatre tickets online.
The despicable Jafar, using his cobra wind staff, is the main murkiness in this show. The transcending Adam Murphy has a great time as the malicious magician, and his comedic transaction with Doron Chester’s Iago is one more feature in a show flooding with them.
Underneath the style, however, lie ageless topics, for example, monetary and sexual orientation imbalance, and the aching for supernatural and mysterious answers for these inconsistencies.
For the following couple of months in Adelaide, don’t simply dream of genie, see him. ‘Aladdin’ is superior to an endless pack of Tim Tams.
A powerful performer, comedian Vic DiBitetto churns energy, honesty and humanity into nonstop laughter. His pace is frenetic. His material vivid and true. From his first words, to his famous, word-free, mannequin head encore, DiBitetto leaves his audience breathless with laughter.
Vic DiBiteto has appeared on television’s “America’s Funniest People” (ABC), where he was a $10,000 Grand Prize winner, as well as “Stand-Up Spotlight” (VH1) and “Last Laugh” at Pips, a pilot with Woody Allen and Danny Aiello. In addition, he has warmed-up hundreds of audiences for hit shows such as “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire” and “The Ricki Lake Show.”
Vic has performed at many of the nation’s best comedy venues such as New York City’s Dangerfield’s, Los Angeles’ Laugh Factory, Las Vegas’ Riviera Hotel and Atlantic City’s Borgata Hotel.
He has opened shows for comedian Pat Cooper and the musical group Jay and the Americas (“This Magic Moment”).
Currently Vic is touring casino’s around the country with Michael Imperioli (Christopher), Steve Shirrippa (Bacala), and Vince Curatola (Johnny Sacks) in a show called “Comedy You Can’t Refuse.”
Vic is also a regular with “Goumba” Johnny from WKTU 103.5fm, in comedy shows through out the tri-state area. He was also featured on the made for pay per view special called “Goumba Johnny’s Slice of Italian Comedy.”
Vic has also starred in a show called “Jimmy Labriola’s Night of a 1,000 Guidos.”
To book Vic for a private function, or to buy a DVD, send an e-mail to LVVM@aol.com
Comedian Tim Krompier has been entertaining audiences in New York City and all across the country with his original autobiographical style of comedy for several years now.
Tim has the sly grin and rage of a 30-something rabid frat boy on an insult spree. Pay attention and underneath his devastatingly good looks (his mom told him to write that) and hilarious mockery of marriage, family, and the world around him, lives a little boy who just wants to cuddle.
In addition to performing stand up on a nightly basis, Tim is a Comedy Writer for United Stations/Pulse Radio Networks in New York. You can hear his writing and his voice work on stations from New York to L.A. and even Canada.
Paul Bond is a Long Island born, stand up comic who’s worked his way up the New York comedy scene, and now headlines at comedy clubs across the country.
Paul is also an accomplished musician and song parody writer and produces numerous songs for syndicated comedy radio shows nationally, with his own company Air Sick Productions.
Along with his hilarious stand up comedy, Paul also brings his guitar playing skills to his stage show and the end result is a funny, high-energy night of entertainment.
Paul has recorded two of his own comedy CDs as well as a holiday CD of “off-color” Christmas parodies.
He’s also collaborated on a few projects with other writers. Two of them are sitcoms called “Perfect Pitch” and “Now What?!!!” and another project is a wrestling cartoon called “Smarks”. With any luck, the shows will be picked up and appear on National TV sometime in the future. Needless to say Paul enjoys wearing many hats and is constantly creating new and exciting avenues to pursue.
Affectionately known to thousands of his fans as New Jersey’s Bad Boy – is one of the most unique comics of our time. He has performed in every major comedy club from New York to Los Angeles including: The MGM Grand, Catch a Rising Star, The Comic Strip, Stand Up NY, The lmprov, Rascals and The Icehouse. Mike is a top headliner at both the world famous Laugh Factory and The Comedy Store in Hollywood, where he can be seen nightly. Mike has worked with some of the biggest names in the business such as: Andrew Dice Clay, Carrot Top, Lou Rawls, Tony Orlando, Frankie Avalon, Tony Danza, Joey Gian and Frank Stallone.
Mike was born in Jersey City, New Jersey. He entered the world of theatre at an early age, and is a graduate of the prestigious American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Mike has appeared in over 200 national television commercials, and has received a Best Actor Clio Award Nomination. He has acted in many Prime Time soaps and television shows including: As the World Turns, One Life
to Live, Becker, Nikki, Frasier and Party of Five. His film credits include Crooks, Steven King’s Lucky Quarter, Volare, Walking on the Sky, Three Tables and Hangin’ in Hedo.
After great success in film, theatre, commercials and soaps, Mike began touring the nation performing at countless comedy clubs. His stand-up material ranges from cutting edge to his Italian family roots. His comedic style has landed him a guest set on the Martin Short Show, as well as other talk shows including Que Locos. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno made him a regular sketch player. Mike has been featured on many radio shows including The 5 O’Clock Funnies. Mike has hosted some of the most prestigious award shows including The Beverly Hills Films Awards, The Montreal Film Festival and The Feast of San Gennaro. He has also headlined several USO Comedy Tours and The Just For Laughs L.A. Comedy Festival in Montreal, Canada.
Mike has a tongue like a razor and a heart of gold. He has the incredible ability to perform in any arena, big or small, and can cater his material for all audiences, from strictly clean to down and dirty. He has performed in hundreds of corporate functions for companies including AT&T, United Airlines, American Express, Paul Mitchell, IBM, Wella, Merrill Lynch, Sebastian Intl., Toyota, L.A.S.D., N.J. Asphalt Assoc., The City of Hope, OSIA, and the LAPD. Mike Has performed for numerous charities including Aids Project – LA, Haven House, Team earthworks, and the Eric Davis Cancer Fund. When Marino is not performing, he enjoys traveling and spending time with his family on the East Coast.
Mike Destefano’s fearless approach to stand-up has quickly established him as one of the best comics working today. Born and raised in The Bronx, Mike’s fascinating life of crime and addiction is the template for his hilarious act, taking all the stories from his past and morphing them into a stand-up show that leaves no one safe from laughter. Mike is a regular at all the top clubs in New York, has been heard on the Opie and Anthony show appeared on Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Comedy Centrals Live at Gotham and was a featured comic at both HBO’s Aspen Comedy Festival and theJust for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal. Mike has battled his demons, won, and emerged an awesome comedian making audiences everywhere find humor in situations where there normally is none. Time Out New York has called him a “Must See” “Gruff, Candid and Unflinching.” Mike continues to prove himself as one of the most unique voices in stand-up comedy.
Michael tried standup comedy on a dare while a student at the University of Notre Dame. He was soon emceeing Fighting Irish pep rallies and growing 70’s style sideburns to do extra work in “Rudy”. Upon graduation, he moved to New York City and took a job in advertising but, when his neck became irritated from shaving every day, he retired to pursue comedy full time. His first job was dancing in a pink bear suit at Bar Mitvahs and he was hooked.
Since then Somerville has carved a unique niche in entertainment. He is the writer/host of FLN’s “Wingman”, authors Glamour Magazine’s renowned dating column “Jake: A Man’s Opinion” and is a nationally touring standup comedian. He’s appeared on Comedy Central, NBC’s The Apprentice, VH1 (40 Greatest Pranks, Craziest Concert Moments, 100 Most Wanted Bodies), Bravo’s 100 Funniest Movies and hosted Starz’s Stand Up or Shut Up, Nick at Night’s Road Crew and Encore’s “What Guys Want”. Michael’s debut CD, “Welcome to Somerville” plays in regular rotation on satellite radio and his web series “Love, Somerville” has received over one million views worldwide. He’s been quoted in numerous publications from Time Magazine to Maxim and was named one of “10 Hottest NYC Comics to Watch” by Improper Magazine.
In his free time, Michael likes sleeping late and fettuccini, and loathes the sound of honking horns. While generally convivial, he is most fun after coffee.