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The Firehouse Theater brings you performances in music, poetry, theater, comedy, film and more. You'll experience the drama of world-class programming and a state-of-the-art venue for an unforgettable evening.
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Electronic Version 2012-2013 Season Brochure
In this epic tale based on the Sanskrit classic, Prince Rama joins forces with Hanuman the flying monkey to rescue his love, Princess Sita, from the evil Demon King Ravana. Hanuman’s bravery, Ravana’s trickery, and the ultimate triumph of good over evil have made this story essential to Hindu culture for centuries. You’ll love it, too!
Friday - Sunday, May 10-19, 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm shows
Please join Livermore Valley Opera for A Passionate Afternoon at the Firehouse Arts Center, featuring Baritone Roberto Perlas Gomez, Mezzo Soprano Betany Coffland, and a yet to be announced Tenor. It will be an afternoon to enjoy a special concert of arias accompanied by Livermore Valley Opera Artistic Director, Alexander Katsman, in the intimate setting of the Firehouse Arts Center.
Patrons will enjoy this delightful afternoon concert where they are invited to come early and browse through the Harrington Art Gallery. The opera concert begins at 2:00 pm followed by the artists’ reception where patrons can meet with the artists and other opera fans from the wider Tri-Valley area.
Saturday, May 25, 2:00 pm
The Swingin’ Blue Stars are back for their annual visit to the Firehouse – sure to be sold out again! Their saucy and sweet swing music will remind you of the 1940s music that filled USOs around the world during World War II. Go back in time with their memory-rousing renditions of music made popular by groups such as the Andrews Sisters – In the Mood, The Boogie-Woogie Bugle Boy of Company B and more!
Sunday, May 26, 2:00 pm
Juice Newton, with her string of pop and country hits, her distinctive voice and performance skills, continues to captivate audiences from teens to grandparents, from the city to the country. As one music critic stated, "Newton remains one of the most riveting performers in music, rocking on stage and playing each emotion for what it's worth. And it's worth a lot."
Juice first broke onto the pop scene in 1981 with chart toppers 'Angel of the Morning' followed by the rollicking "Queen of Hearts." Soon, Juice also broke high on the country charts with the much requested love song "The Sweetest Thing" and later "Break It To Me Gently." She further defied conventional categories by winning the Grammy for Best Pop Female, the Academy of Country Music's New Female Vocalist of the Year, and a People's Choice Award.
Friday, May 31, 8:00 pm
The Bay Area Chapter of the American Harp Society presents Northern California Harp Competition Winners in Recital. The Yvonne La Mothe Schwager Harp Competition was founded in 2011 in honor of Mrs. Schwager’s bequest to the local harp chapter. The Firehouse welcomes the featured young harpists, all between the ages of 18 and 22, who are winners in the five categories of the competition.
Sunday, June 2, 2:00 pm
A Performing and Visual Arts Open House for the Whole Family!
Help us set the arts on fire! Whether it is the Open Mic in the Firehouse Theater, the show in the Harrington Art Gallery or a hands-on art project for the kids, everyone will have a great time experiencing the visual and performing arts at Firehouse First Fridays!
Fridays, 6/7, 7/5, 8/2, 5:00 - 7:00 pm
David Burnham created the role of Fiyero in the original Los Angeles workshop production of the Tony Award-nominated, mega-hit musical WICKED, and went on to re-create the role on Broadway. He made his Pleasanton concert debut in the inaugural season of The Firehouse’s Cabaret Series, and returns this summer with his celebrated one-man show performing songs from many of his past roles along with some favorite Broadway standards as well as selections from his popular solo CD recordings.
David won the prestigious Helen Hayes Award as Best Actor for his portrayal of Fabrizio Nacarelli in the National Tour of the 6-time Tony Award winning musical The Light in the Piazza and, as a member of the original Broadway cast, performed on both The Tony Awards and Live From Lincoln Center telecasts. Last year, he returned to New York City, starring in the new Off-Broadway show The Best Is Yet to Come - The Music Of Cy Coleman.
David first gained critical acclaim when, after a two year search, he was chosen to replace Donny Osmond in the national tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, after touring the country as Peter in the national tour of Jesus Christ Superstar, opposite Ted Neeley.
"He is a force of nature and the audience loves him from start to finish."‑ San Francisco Bay Times
Saturday, June 8, 8:00 pm
A fast paced high energy Las Vegas style revue featuring senior performers ages 60-88. Lavishly costumed, executing stylish choreography, these talented seniors kick, strut and tap to all the classics as they invite you to "Come Fly With Me," while they dance their way across our great country highlighting famous cities such as New York, Hollywood, Las Vegas and Chicago!
Magical moments and memorable music showcases legendary artists, with the Golden Follies cast offering their rendition of Marilyn Monroe, Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley. Summer fun greets you with the silly and sassy Golden Follies Beach Babes. A sparkling finale gives tribute to the U.S.A., with toes tapping, flags waving and lively patriotic tunes our dynamic performers shine as the stage is a flurry of Red, White and Blue!
The Golden Follies is a wildly entertaining time reminiscent of those great variety shows! Featured with the Golden Follies will be Chanteuse Darla Wigginton.
Sunday, June 23, 2:00 pm