‘Class of ’64’ at Off Broadstreet; Steely Dan tribute at arts center
“Class of ’64,” a new comedy by John Driscoll, begins a nine-week run starting Oct. 22 at Nevada City’s Off Broadstreet Theatre.
In this musical, six unlikely alumni of the Big Bear High School Class of ’64 adopt the theme of “Young At Heart” when they provide entertainment for their 40-year class reunion.
Jan Kopp, Liz and Joan Larsen, Ed Stamper, Darryl Stines and Richard Joplin perform early 1960s hits by acts such as The Shirelles, The Lettermen, The Beatles and Elvis Presley.
Showtimes are 8:15 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays through Dec. 18. Two other shows will be Sunday, Dec. 5, at 2 p.m. and Thursday, Dec. 9, at 7:15 p.m.
Admission is $18 Thursday and Sunday, $20 Fridays and $22 Saturdays. The theater is at 305 Commercial St. in Nevada City. Due to limited seating, advance reservations are recommended. Call 265-8686 or e-mail reservation requests to email@example.com.
“Thousands of Fingers – A Tribute to Steely Dan,” a Center for the Arts benefit on Oct. 23, will feature 25 songs from the far-reaching rock group that formed in the 1970s.
The 14-piece tribute concert band includes Objects in the Mirror, the Major Dudes Horn Section (Paul Tretheway, Walter Webb, Lee Elderton and Grant Reeves on saxophone, Mike Bankston and Glen Smith on trumpet and trombone) and the Babylon Sisters on vocals (Lorraine Gervais and Beth Moore Haines).
Objects in the Mirror’s bassist/vocalist Pat Jacobsen is musical director for the tribute. The jazz fusion band also includes guitarist Perry Mills, drummer Mark McCartney, percussionist Kit Bailey and keyboardist Bob Villwock.
Showtime is 8 p.m. Admission is $15. Advance tickets are at Love Shack Records, Yabobo, BriarPatch and The Book Seller, online at http://www.thecenterforthearts.org or by calling (800) 594-8499. If the tribute sells out, a matinee will be added on Oct. 24.
The Center for the Arts is at 314 W. Main St. in Grass Valley. Call 274-8384 for more information.
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