COVID-19 UPDATE: Sellersville Theater is requiring proof of vaccine or proof of a negative Covid test within 72 hours to attend this event. Mask wearing is strongly recommended. When entering the auditorium, hold out your driver's license and valid vaccination card. If you do not have a vaccination card and are taking a Covid test within a 72 hour window of your show, hold out your driver's license and the test result with your name visible. Please note, at-home Covid tests do not fulfill this requirement. Once your vaccination or test result is checked, you'll receive a sticker for entry.
Multiple Grammy-winning songwriter Jimmy Webb has topped the charts from pop to country to disco numerous times with interpretations by some of the industry’s greatest, from Glen Campbell to Art Garfunkel to Linda Ronstadt and covers by everyone from Guns n’ Roses to Josh Groban to Little Big Town. Since Webb’s Grammy sweep in 1968 when his own “Up, Up and Away” and “By the Time I Get to Phoenix” vied for Song of the Year (and “Up” won) to the use of his “Do What You Gotta Do” in Kanye West’s “Famous,” the man often praised as “America’s Songwriter” remains an icon in popular music – and continues to challenge his artistic boundaries with projects like a classical nocturne. His most famous songs are touchstones for a generation yet remain timeless – “MacArthur Park,” “Wichita Lineman,” “Worst That Could Happen.” Now in his touring show “An Evening with Jimmy Webb”and his literary memoir, THE CAKE AND THE RAIN (St. Martin’s Press; now in paperback and audiobook) Webb brings fans of his music a unique connection to their favorite songs, revealing the stories behind his hits as far back as his first songwriting job at Motown through a career trajectory that took a teen preacher’s son from a farm town in Oklahoma to the top of his longed-for profession, with pitfalls and blessings in equal measure between.
Planning on seeing your favorite artist at Sellersville Theater? Why not make it a night? Use the promo code SHOW15 when booking online or by phone at The Washington House Hotel, right next door. Enjoy a dessert or a drink worry free, then head upstairs for a wonderful nights sleep. The next morning, our continental breakfast is prepared for you early, so you can still get to work on time!
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The cabaret and through row D are reserved for Theater Members until one month before the show. To inquire about Membership, call our Box Office at 215-257-5808 or click here. If you are a Theater Member, select your tickets using the price code that matches your Membership level and enter your Member ID into the Membership box on the checkout page.
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