Venue Details

817 Star Starred
La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts
14900 La Mirada Boulevard La Mirada, CA 90638
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"Seven Brides for Seven Brothers"
215 ratings
4.7 average rating
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261 events
194 reviews
146 stars
attended Apr 17 2013

Best musical I've seen in a long time - it should go on the road & not end after only 3 weeks at the La Mirada Theatre. This one is a MUST GO!!!

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262 events
142 reviews
25 stars
attended May 02 2013

This is a top notch production. It did not have the tired look of a lot of traveling shows. The dancing was spectacular and Kevin Earley and Beth Malone were really great as Adam and Millie.

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Brent Red Velvet
109 events
106 reviews
32 stars
attended Apr 27 2013

A great classic performed well at La Mirada Theatre. The set design was superb and the dancing well choreographed. A fun night of live entertainment at a great price with Goldstar.

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Quotes & Highlights

“Far more than simply two hours of old-fashioned G-rated family entertainment. With Casale and Colombo in the driver’s seat, this ‘50s chestnut seems fresh and new, honest and real, and thrillingly grown-up.” —StageScene LA
The freshest revival of a classic in years … explodes with the kind of high-octane energy and all around pizzazz that hooks a modern audience’s attention and never lets it go." —BroadwayWorld
“A rip-roaring, emotionally satisfying musical … a genuine treat.” —OC Register

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