Hershey Felder as Irving Berlin | Berkeley Rep Theatre

  • When: 
    Apr 4, 8:00pm
    Apr 5, 7:00pm
    Apr 6, 8:00pm
    Apr 7, 8:00pm
    Apr 8, 8:00pm
    Apr 9, 7:00pm
    Apr 12, 7:00pm
    Apr 13, 8:00pm
    Apr 14, 8:00pm
    Apr 15, 8:00pm
    Apr 16, 7:00pm
    Apr 18, 8:00pm
    Apr 19, 7:00pm
    Apr 20, 8:00pm
    Apr 21, 8:00pm
    Apr 22, 8:00pm
    Apr 23, 7:00pm
    Apr 26, 7:00pm
    Apr 27, 8:00pm
    Apr 28, 8:00pm
    Apr 29, 8:00pm
    Apr 30, 7:00pm
  • Where: 
    Berkeley Repertory Theatre
    2025 Addison Street
    Berkeley, CA 94704
Internationally acclaimed virtuoso pianist Hershey Felder wowed Berkeley Rep audiences with his soaring portraits of composers like Bernstein, Chopin, and Gershwin. Now he’s back with the inspiring story of “America’s Composer” in a tour-de-force performance. From Czarist Russia to New York’s Lower East Side, Irving Berlin’s uplifting immigrant story epitomizes the American Dream, and his songs capture Berlin’s own moving, patriotic vision of this country. Featuring the composer’s most popular and enduring work, including “Blue Skies,” “God Bless America,” “Puttin’ on the Ritz,” “There’s No Business Like Show Business,” “White Christmas,” and more, Felder’s signature creation of character and musical performance will make this evening with Irving Berlin an unforgettable journey.
Matinees at 2pm on Saturdays, Sundays and some Thursdays.
Nearest BART Station: 
Downtown Berkeley

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