Venue Details

440 Star Starred
La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts
14900 La Mirada Boulevard La Mirada, CA 90638
562-944-9801
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Member Tips

Parking is FREE and adjacent to the Theatre.
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Goldstar Member
Lots of free parking.
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Goldstar Member
Nice casual
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Gregory Santana
Dress casual works
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Gregory Santana
Get there early, get a drink, mingle with other theater patrons
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Gregory Santana
Staff is wonderful and Music Director, Brain, is very to speak to anyone
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Reviews & Ratings

14 ratings
4.9 average rating
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23 reviews
23 stars
attended Mar 11 2012

I thought the show was well done. The first 10 minutes was a little slow, and music not 100%. After that, music and dancing got much better. It was a fast paced show,... continued

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17 reviews
8 stars
attended Mar 11 2012

Loved loved loved it!! took my 16 year old niece and she also loved the music,dancing and tribute to veterans. She was in tears applauding all the veterans!! Band was fabulous, singers fantastic!! she actually wants to see it again!!

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10 reviews
4 stars
attended Mar 11 2012

wonderful music - lots of energy

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Website

http://lamiradatheatre.com/in_the_mood_2012.htm

Description

In The Mood began as a celebration of an unusual era in American music, the 1940s…..the Swing Era. On radio, in theaters and ballrooms, the Big Bands were drawing record crowds. Vocal groups and soloists sang a repertory of great songs, and for the last time in the nation’s history, the entire country shared a common popular music. This body of song did much to sustain national morale during World War II, the pivotal event of the 20th Century.