Not Too Early to Purchase Unique Gift

The cast of The Andrew Brothers, which just closed at Theatre Palisades, included (left to right) Destin Bass, K.B. Dulude, Tasha Taylor and Jeff DeWitt.
Photo: Rich Schmitt/CTN

There is always someone on your Christmas, Hanukah, birthday gift list that has everything. They don’t need or want clothes, jewelry, candles or yoga attire.

Give that person an “experience” by gifting them a subscription to a Theatre Palisades season. For $90, you can purchase an opening night ticket to five shows. That’s right, $90 for five shows, which is $18 a show. It is even cheaper for seniors/students ($80). The price includes free parking and an opening night for live performances.

The upcoming season will include Beau Jest (January 12 to February 18), A View from the Bridge (March 22 to April 28), The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 (May 24 to June 30), The Rockey Horror Show (September 6 to October 13) and Private Eyes (November 8, 2024 to December 15, 2024).

Opening nights include a pre-show champagne reception and a post-show party fashioned around the theme of the play.

Care Vida is including 15 percent off your meal, when you dine the day of the performance. Subscribers can visit the box office prior to the show to pick up the 15 % off coupon. (Offer is valid only for the days you are attending a performance.)

If you have never been to a Theatre Palisades play before, get a sampling at Palisades Library on October 26 at 6 p.m., when the director will present a scene from an upcoming production of Towards Zero by Agatha Christie. The presentation is free and residents are invited to learn how directors work with a scene.

Theatre Palisades performances are held at the Pierson Playhouse, which is located at 941 Temescal Canyon Road, 90272. Phone (310) 454-1970

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