October 14-29, 2017
Join us as the team that brought you the critically acclaimed production of Titanic: The Musical transports you to Paris circa 1482, where we meet and follow the tale of Quasimodo, the deformed bell ringer of the Cathedral of Notre Dame. Marrying the epic Victor Hugo novel with the soaring score from the beloved Disney film, this tragic tale of temptation, love and acceptance comes to life within the historic sanctuary of the First Congregational Church in Long Beach with a stellar cast, full choir and 14-piece live orchestra.
Saturdays @ 8pm | Sundays @ 7pm
Based on the Victor Hugo novel and songs from the Disney film
Join us in one of the most elegant performance venues in Southern California – the sanctuary of the First Congregational Church of Long Beach.
The show venue is located in the heart of downtown Long Beach at 241 Cedar Ave – at the corner of 3rd and Cedar.
There is some construction going on in the vicinity of the venue, so please plan to arrive at least 30 minutes before curtain in order to park and get yourself situated without rushing.
Paid parking is available at the LB Civic Center parking structure located at 332 W. Broadway. Street parking in the area is free of charge after 6:00 PM.
The beautiful courtyard at First Congregational will be open one-hour prior to each performance. Join us for a glass of wine or a light snack prior to the show!
There are a number of fine restaurants and bars within steps of the venue in case you want to enjoy a pre or post show meal or drink.