Three Stages Spotlight
Apr 02, 2013 07:55AM
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Photo courtesy of Three Stages.
No foolin’! Legendary performances abound in many extraordinary shows this month at Three Stages.
Described by the Los Angeles Times as “a showpiece extravaganza,” internationally known and loved Lord of the Dance, created by Michael Flatley, incorporates the perfect mix of traditional and contemporary Celtic dance and music. Mythical Irish folklore is presented in more than 21 scenes by 40 dancers. Song, dance, beautiful costumes and state-of-the-art staging and lighting make this a must-see show. There are five chances to catch the performance, beginning April 11.
Stacy Sullivan: A Tribute to Miss Peggy Lee is a lovingly produced retrospect of one of the biggest stars of the 1950s and ‘60s. Stacy Sullivan, with the help of jazz master Jon Weber, recreates the rise of Miss Lee from her sad childhood to a secure place as one of music’s biggest legends. “She embraces a room and reveals herself with a sincerity every other singer could learn from...a beautiful voice, a refreshing treat, unblemished and tender,” reports Backstage Magazine. Catch one of four performances, beginning April 5.
Merle Haggard & The Strangers will be on stage twice this month (April 8 and 9) to bring you the legend and one of the founding music masters of modern country music. With more than 40 number-one hit singles and 65 albums, there’s heaps of music to hear. Get your tickets early; last year this show sold out.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit threestages.net.