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You’re Invited to an Evening with Martin Short & The Glendale Pops!

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In order to celebrate the grand reopening of the historic Alex Theatre, Martin Short is joining with the Glendale Pops for this one night only event! You will be able to walk the red carpet into the beautiful Alex Theatre, where you will have a night full of singing, laughing, and a wonderful time. This is an event that is sure to leave you with great memories. “An Evening with Martin Short and the Glendale Pops” is presented by the Glendale Arts. This event is on June 21st starting at 8pm. When staying in Glendale, come and spend a spectacular night with music and laughter with Martin Short and the Glendale Pops!

Martin Short is a hilarious Emmy and Tony Award winning performer. He is an accomplished comedian and celebrated performer in many fields such television, stage, and even film. Well-known films and TV shows he has starred in includes Mars Attacks!, Frankenweenie, Weeds, and Damages. The Glendale Pops was created back in 2009, when the Glendale Arts Committee decided that the city of Glendale needed a world class orchestra, just as other cities had. Glendale Arts, along with help from volunteers and influential community leaders, was able to hire an orchestra with the name, Glendale Pops. The City hired Matt Catingub, who is a Grammy Award winning musician, and is also arranged to become the Orchestra’s conductor and artistic director. Previous to this position, he was the conductor for the Honolulu Symphony & Principal Pops Conductor of the New Mexico Symphony.

Tickets can be purchased online or they can be purchased at a box office location. Locations include the Alex Theatre, the Mainstage Theatre at Glendale Community College, and the Concierge Desk at the Americana at Brand. Tickets can also be purchased by calling the Alex Theatre Box Office at 818-244-2539 (ALEX). Balcony tickets are $25/$35. Terrace tickets are $57.50/$67.50. Orchestra tickets are $57.50/$67.50/$85. VIP tickets are available for $150. VIP tickets include Orchestra seats and an invitation to the pre-event reception.