Emmy-nominated political comedian Bill Maher will take to the Bridges Auditorium stage on Sunday, May 12 at 8 p.m. Tickets to see Mr. Maher, who has been dubbed “one of the establishment’s most entertaining critics” by the New York Times, are on sale and range from $50.25 to $70.25.
Mr. Maher is the host of the HBO series “Real Time” and before that hosted the late-night talk show “Politically Incorrect.” He is the author of 4 best-selling books, including The New Rules: A Funny Look at How Everbody But Me Has Their Head Up Their Ass (2012).
Valentines Day Date Night with Deven and Joel, Comedy Duo at Flappers Comedy. Two show tickets and dinner for 2, which includes salad, entree, dessert, unlimited soft drinks, one bottle of red or white wine and a rose for your sweetheart.
Spider John Koerner performs at Folk Music Center Saturday, February 2. Mr. Koerner was one of the first folk/blues revivalists at the beginning of the 1960s and formed the influential trio Koerner, Ray and Glover. Their album Rags, Blues & Hollers had a major impact on music and continues to be an influential force today.
The Candlelight Pavilion may be modest in size, but the beloved Claremont playhouse is proving it’s more than just a small-town dinner theater.
The local theater won 6 Broadway World Los Angeles Awards earlier this month including Best Musical (Local Production) for its recent production of Miss Saigon. “Pantages, Candlelight on Top!” headlined the awards announcement, recognizing the local theater, which swept categories alongside the renowned Hollywood theater. Though the Candlelight team insists they are not in it for the awards or the fanfare, the recent recognition is a welcome validation of years of hard work and passion.
“This is my heart, this is my life. The award is a bonus,” said Mindy Teuber, the Candlelight’s assistant producer.