October 28, 2021
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A special fundraising event for Spreckels Theatre Company

September 10, 2021

Enough is enough! Aren’t you ready for some fun? At Spreckels Theatre Company, we think it’s high time for some music! Singing! Sweets! Wine! Laughter! Spreckels is very happy to announce our re-opening, and we invite you to “Get Happy” with us on September 11, at 7 p.m., at this music and joy-filled evening. Accompanied by a live, 12-piece orchestra conducted by Lucas Sherman, the best-of-the-best in Bay Area musical-theater talent is ready to entertain you with 23 songs from 23 of Broadway’s biggest hits. This is a rich, full night of dazzling musical talent, presented concert-style in our 511-seat Codding Theater.

The fun includes special, small-batch desserts created just for Spreckels, a no-host wine and beer bar, fun door prizes, and of course, a night of fabulous entertainment.

As a bonus, you will enjoy all this knowing the price of your ticket helps fund Spreckels Théâtre Company as it comes out of this prolonged period of closure. A win-win event all around!

Tickets for this special show have been kept low at $50 general admission and $25 for people aged 25 and younger. So, get out of those sweatpants, dress up a little, and join us for this joy-filled night.

Call 707-588-3400 to the box office Wednesday - Saturday 12–5 p.m. or one hour before performances.