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The Alcazar Theatre and Women Making Change present an intimate afternoon with local indie-folk songstresses. With performances by Alexandra Riorden, Cecilia James, Jenna Iris, Camila Lemere and Sophie Rose.
Doors: 2:30 pm
Show: 3:00 pm
COMEDY NIGHT WITH CAT ALVARADO
Funny, passionate and insightful, Cat Alvarado is a stand-up comedian and activist. Her comedy covers relatable topics like parents and dating, but also dives into her views on Latin American geopolitics, including the current crisis in Nicaragua. Cat has over 2 million views on YouTube from the popular YouTube Channel, The Reel Rejects, was featured on Buzzfeed's Tasty channel, and was on the PBS show First Nations Comedy Experience.
Miracle On 34th Street
MIRACLE ON 34TH ST
DECEMBER 15-18, 2022
In this holiday classic, an old man named Kris Kringle fills in for an intoxicated Santa in Macy's annual Thanksgiving Day parade. Kringle is such a hit that he soon appears regularly at the chain's main store in midtown Manhattan.
Thursday Friday & Saturday 7:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday Matinees 3:00 pm
Blue Christmas with Elvis at The Alcazar Theatre
Celebrate the Holidays at the Alcazar Theatre with Elvis! Enjoy Holiday Songs and Elvis favorites at The Blue Christmas Show featuring Raymond Michael!
When Raymond Michael was a freshman operatic voice major and football player at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, CA, he was asked to represent the football team on a panel when a hypnotist show came on campus. The hypnotist asked Michael to perform as Elvis; he did, received a standing ovation, and has been performing as Elvis ever since.
Open Auditions: Miracle on 34th Street
Presented by the Alcazar Ensemble, the 1947 classic film to stage play will cast several roles from children to adults. A Macy’s department store Santa who insists he really is Kris Kringle meets a little girl who has been taught not to believe in fantasy. Can truth be found in a courtroom? New York City ends up captivated by the sensational case; is Kris Kringle deluded and dangerous, or is it just possible he’s the real deal?
The comedy-drama play is based on a story by Valentine Davie, and adapted by Asa Olsson, who will be directing.