Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Diahann Carroll Coming to Palm Springs

I've written about the Palm Springs Art Museum here on this blog many times. In its class of mid-size museums, it has an impressive collection of permanent and touring exhibitions, which I highly recommend should you visit the desert. Perhaps unknown to many is that onsite there is the state-of-the-art Annenberg Theatre, a 433 seat facility with terrific acoustics. Each season they feature music, comedy, and off-Broadway performances. This season, award winning performer Diahann Carroll will bring her acclaimed one woman show to Palm Springs, for one night only, on Wednesday April 21st to benefit the Annenberg Theater. Undoubtedly you recall Miss Carroll's career; an Academy Award nominee, Golden Globe and Tony Award winner and Grammy nominee. Diahann Carroll was also the first black actress to star in her own TV series, “Julia”, and also co-starred in the TV series “Dynasty”. She is currently appearing in the USA TV Network series “White Collar”, as well as performing in concert across the US. For information about tickets, call the Annenberg box office at 760-325-4490 or online at annenbergtheater.org
Tickets are $100 (which include post concert party) and $50 (for the performance only).


Anonymous said...

I remember watching Julia growing up. That will be a great show...

KathyA said...

How exciting! I've always admired her, Rick.


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