Getting close to your favourite celebrity is easy, provided you have no qualms about putting your head through a television. See the stars without a concussion with today’s GrouponLive deal to see How Time Flies: An Evening with William Shatner at the Centennial Concert Hall on Tuesday, October 25, at 7:30 p.m. Choose from the following options:
- For $39, you get one reserved ticket for a seat in first balcony (up to a $108.75 value, including all ticketing fees).
- For $49, you get one reserved floor ticket for a seat in orchestra (up to a $141 value, including all ticketing fees).
- For $249, you get one VIP package, good for front row seating, a private meet-and-greet, after-party access, souvenirs, an all-access lanyard, and photo opportunities with Shatner (up to a $416.50 value, including all ticketing fees).<p>
Legendary actor, singer, author, philanthropist, and force of nature William Shatner captains generations of fans on a warp-speed ride through seven decades of his wild career in How Time Flies: An Evening with William Shatner. A fixture of television more vital than the remote control, Shatner has owned acreage in the hearts, minds, and living rooms of fans since the times of phaser prohibition. Best known for his seminal roles as James Tiberius Kirk, T.J. Hooker, and Boston Legal’s Denny Crane, Shatner’s inimitable chops, charming machismo, and genuine love of his fan base permeates this special evening of memoirs and bon mots. During the show, the unparalleled Renaissance man enchants audiences with his live autobiography, recanting Star Trek secrets, Esperanto anecdotes, and possible dirt about Adrian Zmed, gifting the audience with his unique singing skills between orations of memories and monologues.
VIP-ticket holders get beamed up to the front of the stage, where they may engage in eye contact with the living legend. VIPs are also privy to a package of goodies, including an all-access lanyard for bragging rights, Shatnercentric souvenirs, a trip to the after party, and a private meet-and-greet with the man himself. Finally, a VIP photo opportunity gives fans the chance to obtain an image bound to replace every baby or wedding photo on one’s mantel.
Centennial Concert Hall
The Centennial Concert Hall lends its history and elegance. More than 2,300 scarlet-red seats rest beneath soft lights that shine down like stars or extraterrestrial eyeballs. At the orchestra level, two murals by artist Tony Tascona flank audiences on both the right and left side, and in the lobby, patrons partake in preshow conversations near a mural by Greta Dale.