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Thoroughly Modern Millie (2013) – Curtis Theatre

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    Thoroughly Modern Millie (musical) - now playing at The Curtis Theatre through October 27 - takes places during the “Roaring Twenties” featuring a small-town young woman and the zany adventures she encounters, while searching for a wealthy man to marry.

      Dashing leading men and a dragon-lady of villainess, Millie (Brittany Gerardi–Huntington Beach,) along with a witty cast of characters, makes for a memorable night out.

        Stephen Reifenstein, Director and local talent from Anaheim, sets the stage for his second time directing Thoroughly Modern Millie at the Curtis Theater, “The opportunity to stage a more ambitious production at the Curtis Theatre, while bringing it to an entire new audience intrigued me. We have the opportunity to play with a larger stage, which will allow us to portray the grand spirit and zany comedy of that makes Millie a much-loved musical.”

          “Through its brilliant and big Broadway score, Thoroughly Modern Millie grabs hold of your heart, makes you smile and laugh, says Curtis Theatre Manager Tiina Mittler. It’s all in the music. I am just thrilled to have Inspired Productions lend their talents to our 2013/14 Season.”

            Adult tickets are $26, seniors: $23 and children: $21. (Use the coupon code “Jazz” to order tickets at only $21.) The Curtis Theatre Box Office is located at 1 Civic Center Circle in Brea. Hours are from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. Phone orders are accepted at (714) 990-7722. Or, you can place an online order at
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