REVIEW: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers at La Mirada Theatre E-mail
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La Mirada~Hand clapping and foot-stomping fun, along with a lot of hootin’ & hollerin’  is exactly what we experienced at The La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts this past Friday evening.

Set in 1850’s Oregon wilderness, SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS-directed by Glenn Casale-was absolutely sensational with the costuming right on target.

We have not had this much fun at a theatre house in a very long time and the energy emanating was amazingly electric.

The music was superb and the choreography by Patti Columbo, which was assisted by Karl Warden, was outstanding, with the stage version being perhaps a little more risqué than the original MGM movie.

One of our female reviewers commented, “It was nice to see half-naked men on the stage for once, instead of half-naked women.”


The company of SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS, directed by Glenn Casale and now playing at LA MIRADA THEATRE FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS.

We’re not quite sure where she was going with that comment, but we digress.

If you’re a sucker for true love in all its meaning then we highly recommend you take a night off from the norm, and be prepared to be entertained in the areas of love and  humor, and by some show-stopping dancing and one heck of a talented team of actors.

Brides and Brothers is now playing through May 5th with Mondays and Tuesdays being dark and matinees on weekends.

Tickets range from $20-$70 and can be purchased at La Mirada Theatre’s website, or by calling the La Mirada Theatre Box Office at (562) 944-9801 or (714) 994-6310. Student, Senior, Children and group discounts are available.






 
 

 

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