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Southern California’s Premier Musical Theater Company in residence at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center, Long Beach

FOREVER PLAID 30th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT: LIVE, OUTDOORS AT BLAIR BASEBALL FIELD

Forever Plaid: The 30th Anniversary Reunion Concert is a special one-hour celebration of the international hit, Forever Plaid. Classic 50s songs like “Sh-Boom,” “Catch a Falling Star,” “Three Coins in the Fountain,” “Chain Gang/Sixteen Tons” and more are crooned by Stan Chandler, David Engel, Jason Graae, and Larry Raben from the original New York production. Think of this as a moment to remember from the Ed Sullivan Show, but outside, in a ball park, with the scent of beer and popcorn in the air.

FOREVER PLAID 30th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT: LIVE, OUTDOORS AT BLAIR BASEBALL FIELD

Forever Plaid: The 30th Anniversary Reunion Concert is a special one-hour celebration of the international hit, Forever Plaid. Classic 50s songs like “Sh-Boom,” “Catch a Falling Star,” “Three Coins in the Fountain,” “Chain Gang/Sixteen Tons” and more are crooned by Stan Chandler, David Engel, Jason Graae, and Larry Raben from the original New York production. Think of this as a moment to remember from the Ed Sullivan Show, but outside, in a ball park, with the scent of beer and popcorn in the air.

Cultural Equity and Inclusion Statement


Musical Theatre West strives to provide every resident of Long Beach and the surrounding area with opportunities to encounter and engage with musical theatre.

As an arts leader in one of the most culturally rich and diverse areas in the United States, our community has launched us into a leading professional, award-winning regional theatre with national recognition. For over 65 years we have been a champion of introducing broader audiences to Broadway caliber musical theatre in Southern California.

We aspire not only to reach diverse demographics through our onstage productions, traveling performances, and numerous educational opportunities, but also to be inspired and influenced by those we serve, in an attempt to reflect our community and elevate our art form.

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