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9th Annual Brothers Lazaroff Hanukkah Hullabaloo

Brothers Lazaroff take to The Grandel Theater for the second year in a row to host their 9th Annual Brothers Lazaroff Hanukkah Hullabaloo.  Along with  Rabbi James Stone Goodman and The Eight Night's Orchestra and DJ Boogieman, they will be teaming up once again with Metro Theater Company to raise money for MTC's groundbreaking youth violence prevention program "Say Something, Do Something." Proceeds of the event will help enable schools across the region to receive this program at no cost.  Metro Theater Company will be in the midst of their winter production of "It's a Wonderful Life," and the Hullabaloo will take place within the meticulously crafted old-timey radio studio built for the show.  Brown Smith Wallace will be the presenting sponsor for the fourth year in a row, along with support from numerous other St. Louis institutions. Most importantly, latkes will be fried live on stage!  

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Date Information

December 14, 2019 - 7:00 PM

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Pricing Info

TICKET PRICE SERVICE CHARGE TOTAL PER TICKET
Orchestra Center - $36.00 $5.50 + $1 facility fee $42.50
Balcony Center - $36.00 $5.50 + $1 facility fee $42.50
Orchestra Sides - $25.00 $3.75 + $1 facility fee $29.75
Balcony Sides - $25.00 $3.75 + $1 facility fee $29.75
Orchestra Boxes (seat up to 4) - $50.00 per seat
Includes free Latke Table Service
Full box of 4 must be purchased together.
$7.50 + $1 facility fee per seat $58.50
Balcony Boxes (seat up to 6) - $40.00 per seat
Includes Latke Table Service
Full box of 6 must be purchased together.
$6.00 + $1 facility fee per seat $47.00
Standing Room (SRO) - $18.00 $3.00 + $1 facility fee $22.00 per ticket

 

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Phone/Internet: 3 hours prior to show
Fox Box Office: 1 hour prior to show

The Grandel box office opens 1 hour prior to show.

Venue Information

Grandel

3610 Grandel Square , St. Louis, Missouri 63108

The Grandel Theatre is a 600-capacity, world-class performing arts venue operated by the Kranzberg Arts Foundation. Concerts, plays, musicals, dance performances, comedy shows, and much more find a home on The Grandel’s stage, activated by KAF resident organizations, independent producers, and local, national & internationally touring artists. Please visit www.thegrandel.com for a full event listing and more information.

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Accessibility

The Grandel is a fully handicap accessible and ADA compliant venue. Handicap reserved parking and entrance (via ramp) are located on the direct west side of the building. Entrance to the parking lot is accessible from the alleyway on the south side of the building, off of N. Grand Blvd. or N. Spring Ave. Handicap preferred seating is available in the theatre and at The Dark Room upon reservation / request. All three public floors of The Grandel are handicap accessible via elevator.

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