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Public Performances Friday, May 31st - 7:00 pm Saturday, June 1st - 3:00 pm *** Saturday, June 1st - 7:00 pm *** Sunday, June 2nd - 2:00 pm
School Day Performances Friday, May 31st - 9:30 am Friday, May 31st - 11:45 am
Pre-Performance Ticket Info Adult (ages 19 and up) - $12.00 Youth (ages 2 to 18) - $9.00 Senior (ages 62+) - $9.00 Groups of 10 or more - $9.00 *** Family Day - Family Day $9.00 each (Jun 1 @ 3:00 pm and Jun 1 @ 7:00 pm only)
School Day Pre-Performance Ticket Info Groups (10 to 99) - $6.00 1 free ticket with each 15 purchased Groups (100 or more) - $5.00
Sales at the Door $14.00 - Adult (ages 19 and up) $11.00 - Youth (ages 2 to 18) $11.00 - Senior (ages 62+) $11.00 - Groups of 10 or more *** Family Day - Family Day $11.00 each (Jun 1 @ 3:00 pm and Jun 1 @ 7:00 pm only)
School Day Sales at the Door All Tickets - $8.00
All Group prices are per each person in the group.
presenting the life stories and hit songs of the iconic actress-singer
Wearing blonde wigs and glamorous gowns, Kristi King brings actress-singer Doris Day to life telling her stories and singing her greatest hits. Kristi is accompanied by the Hans Brehmer Quartet, playing arrangements based on the original recordings.
“Kristi King premiered her Doris Day tribute show at my place and it was a resounding success. I sold out a week before and could have sold more than double the number of seats. People loved it. Kristi not only has the looks and voice to pull it off, she also knows how to connect with an audience. She had them riveted all the way through the two-act performance. I would without hesitation recommend this show to any venue." -- Ed Beeson Owner, Blackbird Bistro, Stanwood, Washington, Backstage Promotions
"Kristi is MAGNIFICENT! She has 'nailed' it on the head. -- "You can really sense and feel Doris ...Kristi has her down." - - Baltimore Net Radio "...captured the sweet tremolo and restrained sex appeal of Doris Day's delivery."