In The Mood's Modern Day Tribute to the Swing and Big Band Era
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The last date listed for In the Mood was Sunday March 11, 2012 / 7:00pm.
Currently at La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts:
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As much a cultural phenomenon as a theatrical event, Cats enjoyed a record-breaking run on Broadway and in London, thanks to its feline-inspired costumes, sets, dancing and memorable songs by famed composer Andrew Lloyd Webber. The story, inspired by a collection of poetry from T.S. Eliot, revolves around a tribe known as the Jellicle cats, and their leader Old Deuteronomy, who'll choose one of their group to be reborn that night after their annual ball. The longest-touring Broadway musical in history, Cats features 20 of Webber's timeless melodies, including the hit song "Memory," and was the winner of seven 1983 Tony Awards, including Best Musical. Learn More
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Gregory Santana
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What a great show and tribute to America's Golden Age of Big Band music. The cast was supreme and the band was just on par. This production has been around for 16 years, yet, the audience turn out you would think it was a new production.
The finale should not be miss, in fact, for those rushing to the door by ten minutes would miss the best part, a salute to all current military & veterans.
It was so moving, it brought tears to my eyes. How wonder to see young performer do so such a fantastic job with music of their grandparents.
Well done "In The Mood".
Super thank you to the creator & producer. And when the time comes to pass the torch, may someone of your caliber carry on.
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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!!
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.