Prelude to a Kiss

Prelude to a Kiss
Under the creative direction of the National Stage Company of Canada comes an original west coast concert presentation memorializing the 25th Anniversary year since the passing of the legendary ELLA FITZGERALD.

PRELUDE TO A KISS blends together an unforgettable evening of popular jazz standards and ballads made famous by the multi Grammy Award-winning 'first lady of song', Ella Fitzgerald.

Set against a stunning background, PRELUDE TO A KISS fills the stage with iconic music that paints an intimate portrait of the woman, the artist, and the American legend she became. With incredible lead vocals by Hawaiian born recording artist, and star of the hit concert 'Motown Magic' (Renee | James Productions - 2019), LEINA DEBOER, accompanied by celebrated Canadian pianist, MORRISSEY DUNN, this stirring new concert is an event not to be missed.

Featuring classic hits like "Summertime", "The Man That Got Away", "Blue Skies", "Get Happy", "Night and Day" and "Over the Rainbow", among countless others, PRELUDE TO A KISS will undoubtedly transport audiences back to an era when jazz was the dominant form of popular music and could be heard emanating from radio stations and concert halls around the world.

PRELUDE TO A KISS is not just a musical concert, but a sentimental journey that embodies a level of glamour, storytelling, and showmanship that will thrill audiences of all ages. We welcome you to join us exclusively this January for this limited west coast tour.


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REQUIRED SAFETY PROTOCOLS


Proof of Vaccination

All patrons ages 12 and over will be required to show proof of vaccination using the BC COVID-19 Vaccine Card and a piece of government issued ID to attend events at the Sid Williams Theatre. Patrons under age 12 can attend events with a fully vaccinated adult. There are NO exceptions to this Public Health Order. For more info visit the BC government site.

Masks

All patrons ages 12 and over are required to wear a mask at all times, except while eating or drinking at their seat. Masks must cover the nose, mouth, and chin. As per the BC mask mandate, face shields are NOT considered a substitute for a mask.