Christmas My Way: A Sinatra Holiday Bash at the El Portal Theatre
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Luminario Ballet puts one hot topic and one cool classic rocker on stage together for its world premiere of Trails followed by excerpts from the audience favorite LedZAerial, ballet and aerial dances set to the music of Led Zeppelin. Tackling the pressing issue of climate change and the California environment, Trails is a work-in-progress ballet that mixes movement with expert data, images and video from NASA, accompanied by live musicians from the New Valley Symphony. After the performance, a NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory communications specialist on earth science and climate change will speak and answer questions. Learn More
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Featured review from Lee
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A very enjoyable evening of Sinatra music. My husband and I both liked that some of our favorite Sinatra songs that were non Christmas were also included. It was well rounded with a few stories and jokes. Good voices, good comraderie between the cast and the musicians were very talented. Our seats were great-- center orchestra.
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“Put on your party gear and take a joy ride for two hours with a magnificent quartet of sterling performers: Luca Ellis, Jason Graae, Heather Lee and Beth Malone … _Christmas My Way _is a great big hit from start to finish, a Christmas present dressed to the nines and tied up with a bow!” —Broadway World
“[Ellis] does a crackerjack job of conjuring the famous singer’s voice and style, as well as his rascally charm. For those in the mood for an uplifting and consummately performed musical evening, this is a Christmas show that will likely be one that goes your way.” —EDGE Los Angeles
“What we have here is a seasoned cast of constantly working pros, who have joined forces and talents in this infectiously lovable holiday salute to Frank Sinatra.” —Tolucan Times
This show features some adult-style humor and is intended for mature audiences. It is not recommended for children age 9 or younger.