SANTA MONICA—”Fireside at the Miles” returns to the Miles Memorial Playhouse on Friday, January 10.
On its fifth season at the Playhouse on 1130 Lincoln Boulevard, the yearly event brings a wide assortment of acts and performances that range from genres of music like jazz, opera and even acapella. Artists scheduled to appear throughout the event’s eight week run include INQ, Amy Raasch, Scott Detweiler and the Pacific Opera Project, which all leads to a special, two-night performance of String Theory for February 28 and March 1.
Amenities like an organic coffee and tea bar will be available to patrons. Tickets will cost attendees $10 for adults and $5 for students and seniors over 55. Children under 17 can get in for free. Parking will also be free and available at the underground parking structure serving 808 Wilshire Boulevard. Guests must remember to mention “Miles” when parking if they want to receive a validated ticket.
On each night, the doors will open at 7:30 p.m. to be ready for the performance which begins at 8:00 p.m. The performance is expected to end around 10:00 p.m. Guests are reminded that they should arrive at the Playhouse 15 minutes early in order to keep their reservations, as late seating is not guaranteed. To reserve tickets and seating, guests can call 310-458-8634 or email MilesPlayhouse@smgov.net. No matter what method is chosen, a name, date of the chosen performance, the number of tickets and a phone number where the individual can be reached must be left to complete the reservation.
For more information, guests can visit MilesPlayhouse.org.