Celebrate Mother's Day with A Tribute to Frank Sinatra, starring Monty Aidem, Friday and Saturday Only, May 11th and 12th; Show time 8:00PM, Doors open at 7:00 pm to the Champions Circle Lounge. Visit the web site to see the biography on Monty: www.covinacenter.com. Tickets are going fast.
A Tribute to Frank Sinatra
May 11/12 to May 12/12 See Monty Aidem doing what he likes best, performing his popular Frank Sinatra Tribute. Monty has performed at The Las Vegas Hilton, Caesar's Palace, The Palms, The Venetian, The Las Vegas Planet Hollywood & other Las Vegas locations, Universal Studios in Los Angeles, The Fairmont San Francisco, the resorts of Phoenix and Palm Springs and the hotels of San Diego, plus all over Los Angeles & across America.
Other shows at the Covina Center for the Performing Arts Include:
May 18/12 to Jun 3/12 Susan (who initially calls herself Rita), dissatisfied with the routine of her work and social life, seeks inner growth by signing up for and attending an Open University course in English Literature. Dr. Frank Bryant is a middle-aged, alcoholic career academic who has taken on the tutorship to pay for his drink. The two have an immediate and profound effect on one another; Frank is impressed by Susan's verve and earnestness and is forced to re-examine his attitudes and position in life; Susan finds Frank's tutelage opens doors to a bohemian lifestyle and a new self-confidence.
Jun 15/12 to Jun 30/12 "Baby" tells the story of three couples on a university campus as they deal with the painful, rewarding and agonizingly funny consequences of this universal experience. There are the college students, barely at the beginning of their adult lives; the thirty-somethings, having trouble conceiving but determined to try; and the middle-aged parents, looking forward to seeing their last child graduate from college when a night of unexpected passion lands them back where they started.
CCPA and YPI Present Footloose!
Jul 13/12 to Aug 19/12 Chicago. A group of young people have gathered at their favorite dance club to unwind and say goodbye to Ren McCormack. Ren's father has walked out, so he and his mother are forced to move in with her sister's family in a small town nobody has ever heard of - Beaumont.
Ren soon finds himself at odds with the repressive atmosphere in Beaumont, where the spiritual life of the community is overseen by the powerful local minister Reverend Moore. Ren is stunned to learn that dancing is not allowed anywhere within the town limits of Beaumont.