Live On Stage in Temecula
Theater, Concert and Dance Performances in the Inland Empire
What's Up? Temecula brings you everything you need to know about live performances all over Temecula and the Inland Empire. We're your guide to the hottest tickets in town!
Having just been added as the opening act for country superstars Sara Evans and Martina McBride, Temecula Road has reached the kind of success many new acts take years to achieve, almost overnight. But that skyrocketing success has seen its consequences for three performers so young.
Broadway musicals have had an array of subjects ranging from gang wars to alley cats to man-eating alien plants. Chess the Musical takes a two-person intellect driven board game and uses it as the backdrop for drama, rock music and romance.
The Old Town Temecula Community Theater’s new season’s schedule includes new additions as well as returning favorites from resident companies. Popular performance series’ including classical, dance, groove, legends, Hawaiian, big band and many others are back this year with exciting new guest performers and shows.
Appearing at Pechanga Resort & Casino on June 25th, Fator’s current touring show gives the audience a behind the scenes look at the entertainer’s rise to fame; one that his fans played a unique, contributing role.
The Old Town Temecula Community Theater is about to have some enchanted evenings, when Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Tony Award-Winning musical, South Pacific takes the stage May 26th through June 12th; presented by the Temecula Valley Players.
The Fine Arts Network Theatre Company, in association with the Temecula Preparatory School’s Patriot Players, present Edges: A Song Cycle on select dates in April and May at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater.
Hold on to your wallets because gangsters, gamblers and showgirls are about to take over the Inland Empire, when the Tony Award-Winning Musical, Guys and Dolls, comes to the Old Town Temecula Community Theater on April 10th through May 1st.
After highlighting such songwriting greats as Rodgers & Hammerstein, Stephen Sondheim and Andrew Lloyd Webber in many past performances, this month’s Cabaret at the Merc, Generation: Next, aims the spotlight on those songwriters and shows just recently emerging from the shadows.
The Fine Arts Network is proud to bring back the original production that first captivated local audiences, when Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical returns to the Old Town Temecula Community Theater from March 25th through April 10th.
It is often said that the recently renovated Old Town Temecula Community Theater is the shiniest jewel in our city’s cultural crown and, with offerings ranging from dance to live music to family entertainment, the theater’s line up for the month of November is just as sparkling as ever.