Sun, Apr 2, 2017
4-Show: Save $4 on each single ticket when you buy four or more eligible shows in one order.
Member: Friend members and above save $8 off single premium tickets and enjoy better seats when available. Member tickets are available online or call 480-499-TKTS (8587) to join and order tickets.
Slick, nostalgic and unmistakably modern, Max Raabe & Palast Orchester are internationally renowned for entertainment at its best, channeling the high style and musical glory of the Weimar-era big band with uncanny precision, drama and humor. Raabe’s drily witty concert announcements provide a whimsical counterpoint and a main attraction in the show. Dashing, dapper and debonair, he might have walked straight out of the Golden Age of Berlin in the 1920s. With his elegant poise, suave sophistication and silky-smooth baritone, Raabe brings to life the songs and style of that bygone age, including timeless tunes by legends like Cole Porter, Irving Berlin and Fred Astaire.
“How can you not love a musical act that can move from Kurt Weill’s ‘Alabama Song’ and Disney’s ‘Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf’ to a pre-Gene Kelly ‘Singing in the Rain’ and the Walter Jurmann classic ‘Mein Gorilla hat ‘ne Villa im Zoo’ (‘My gorilla has a villa in the zoo’)?” – Los Angeles Times
29 and Under Ticket Discounts: Arts lovers 29 years and under enjoy 50-percent off tickets to selected events. All ticket prices (A, B and C) are available for the 50-percent discount (one ticket per eligible youth). Tickets are limited and may be purchased online, by phone or in person using promo code 29UNDER.
Free Tickets for Veterans, Students and Teachers: The Center provides free tickets to selected events for eligible veterans, students and teachers. A valid student ID, teacher ID or proof of military service is required. Tickets are limited and must be requested by phone or in person at the box office.
Catwalk Lounge: Arrive early and elevate your Center experience! Connect with friends before the show and enjoy the view in this exclusive lounge.
Suzanne Diamond and Dimitri Haniotis