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The Reiner Staged Reading Series

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Adults $27 in advance

($32 day of the show)


The Reiner Reading Series is performed at the Beverly O’Neill Theater* part of the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center.  Parking is $10 cash per vehicle.


*Follies will be performed in the lobby of the Terrace Theatre


Seating for the Reiner Reading Series is general admission.

Subscribers may enter into the theatre 15 minutes prior to single ticket buyers via a special subscriber only entrance.


READING SERIES

GENEROUSLY UNDERWRITTEN BY

KEN & DOTTIE REINER


ADDITIONAL 2015-2016

UNDERWRITING

PROVIDED BY

Ackerman Family/

Evalyn M. Bauer Foundation

Kathryn Baker Campbell

Joe P. Moore, Jr. & Edna Moore

Robert & Donna Betts

Ben & Norena Thompson

Pat & Janice DeRouen

Marian Pincombe

Ken & Cheryl Simpson

Michael Betts

David Lamoureux

Paul Garman


THE REINER

STAGED READING SERIES

IS PRODUCED BY

Michael Betts &

David Lamoureux


READING SERIES

ORCHESTRAS

GENEROUSLY

PROVIDED BY

Los Angeles

Musicians Collective



Join us as we visit some of Broadway’s forgotten gems, presented concert-style.  Using minimal sets and costumes, but featuring the full script and score, the Reiner Staged Reading Series is a perfect way to celebrate the whole spectrum of musical theatre, while discovering some new favorite songs and shows.

The 2016 Reiner Staged Reading Series

AMOUR - Sunday, March 12, 2017 at 7:00pm -

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Music by Michel Legrand, French Libretto by Didier van Cauwelaert,

Adapted from “Le passe-muraille” by Marcel Aymé (Les Éditions

A sweeping, romantic fairy tale for grownups.  From Michel LeGrand, the composer of “Yentl” and “The Umbrellas of Cherbourg,” and Jeremy Sams, the librettist of “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang,” comes this fantastical tale of a Parisian nobody who suddenly discovers he has the power to walk through walls.

FOLLIES - Sunday, April 30, 2017 at 7:00pm -

SOLD OUT

Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Book by James Goldman

With a score that includes “Losing My Mind,” “I’m Still Here,” and “Would I Leave You?,” this masterwork by Stephen Sondheim and James Goldman takes us into a reunion of former follies performers and the ghosts of the lives they left behind.