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Carpenter Performing Arts Center, CSULB
6200 Atherton Street Long Beach, CA 90815
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There is ample relatively inexpensive parking in the lot at the venue. Some street parking is also available.
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The weather was cool but comfortable. I wore shorts and a polo shirt.
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4.5 average rating
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40 events
24 reviews
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attended Feb 11 2011

Good show, great seats, enjoyable evening.

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55 stars
attended Feb 17 2011

Very nice show. The seats and venue were both good. Easy parking and friendly staff.

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8 stars
attended Feb 11 2011

It was my first time watching Cats. It was a great performance. I loved it!

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Quotes & Highlights

“A musical that transports the audience into a complete fantasy world that could only exist in the theater and yet, these days, only rarely does.” —The New York Times
“A phenomenon.” —Time Magazine


No dogs will be allowed at this show, and for good reason! A Tony Award-winner for Best Musical, this song-and-dance spectacular is also one of the longest-running musicals in Broadway history. Enchanting music (including the immortal “Memory”) and fantastic dancing make this a perfect show for lovers of man’s second-best friend. Purr-fect for the entire family.

About the Ticket Supplier: Musical Theatre West

Musical Theatre West is one of Southern California’s oldest and most respected regional musical theatre companies and draws more than 60,000 patrons to Long Beach’s Carpenter Performing Arts Center. Now in its 62nd season, Musical Theatre West is the fastest growing arts organization in Long Beach and is dedicated to preserving musical theatre as a unique American art form.