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Branford Marsalis with CSULB music students

Thank you for your excitement and energy at last month's whirlwind of shows. Your enthusiasm made every performance pure magic!

I'd also like to thank saxophonist Branford Marsalis, who took the time to inspire students from CSULB's Bob Cole Conservatory of Music before he and his quartet took to our stage. A once-in-a-lifetime experience!
Henry Winkler
Speaking of rare opportunities, our final Wit & Wisdom series event is this Saturday, April 6 with actor, writer, director, and producer Henry Winkler! Best known for his iconic roles as “The Fonz,” (Happy Days), Barry Zuckerkorn (Arrested Development), and Gene Cousineau (Barry), the charming and hilarious Winkler will inspire you in this must-see evening. There'll also be a book signing after his appearance. A limited number of copies of his New York Times bestselling memoir, Being Henry, will be available for purchase.

Looking ahead to May, our final cabaret performance of the season features Lucie Arnaz on May 8-9. You're in for a spectacular evening of storytelling and Broadway favorites from the ultimate show-biz insider! Then, on May 11, don't miss our final 2023-2024 season performance with pianist Marcus Roberts and Symphonic Jazz Orchestra! Bring your friends and family to this low-cost Arts for Life Community Connections concert and celebrate Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue" centennial!

See you at the Carpenter Center this spring!
Megan's photo and Signature
Megan Kline Crockett
Executive Director
Henry Winkler

Sat, Apr 6 at 8pm

Actor Henry Winkler shares humorous anecdotes and inspirational lessons from his life and storied career.
Lucie Arnaz image

Wed/Thu, May 8-9 at 7pm

Lucie Arnaz explores her life on stage with iconic songs from some of Broadway’s greatest shows.
Symphonic Jazz Orchestra image

Sat, May 11 at 8pm · Pre-show talk at 7pm

Celebrate the “Rhapsody in Blue” Centennial with the Symphonic Jazz Orchestra and very special guest, piano soloist Marcus Roberts.
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