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Carpenter Performing Arts Center, CSULB
6200 Atherton Street Long Beach, CA 90815
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4.1 / 5 Rated by 53 members
Review from don
70 events 8 reviews

Great cast. Young and energetic. Music related well to the story and the voices were beautiful. Dialogue was clear and understandable. Staging and lighting were superb. A thoroughly enjoyable experience.

reviewed Apr 07 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Goldstar Member
4 events 1 review

The show was wonderful. All of the singers had amazing voices. It was a very fun evening.

reviewed Apr 02 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Larry Rubin
30 events 17 reviews

Seats were great and show was wonderful. Felt like being back in the 60's.

reviewed Apr 03 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Mary Pickard
17 events 8 reviews

Music was fantastic. Am always impressed with the high, high quality of singing voices. The theatre is very compatible for viewing.

reviewed Apr 03 2011 report as inappropriate
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See what Goldstar members had to say about The Marvelous Wonderettes, also by Roger Bean.


Roger Bean, Creator/Director

Lee Martino, Choreographer

Michael Borth, Musical Director/Arranger

Michael Paternostro, Musical Director

The creator of The Andrews Brothers and The Marvelous Wonderettes now brings audiences all the groovy music of the late 1960s as we follow Holly, a runaway bride to the Haight-Ashbury, where she learns to make her own kind of music! Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair; it’s gonna be a real trip!

Roger Bean (writer/director) created and directed the off-Broadway production of The Marvelous Wonderettes, and the long-running Los Angeles production received the 2007 Los Angeles Ovation Award for Best Musical. Bean received Los Angeles Ovation Award nominations for Best Director of a Musical for the Los Angeles productions of Winter Wonderettes and The Marvelous Wonderettes. He also created The Andrews Brothers, which has played in numerous theaters throughout Southern California after a critically-acclaimed West Coast debut at Musical Theatre West. Bean’s recent long-running doo-wop hit Life Could Be a Dream received the 2010 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Production, the LA Weekly Theatre Award for Musical of the Year, and the 2010 Backstage Garland Award for Outstanding Production of the Year.

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