On November 12th, City of Hope will celebrate cultural, historic and medical milestones in “An Evening with Lucie Arnaz” to benefit the institution’s world-renowned bone marrow transplantation program. The benefit show celebrates the 35th anniversary of City of Hope’s pioneering bone marrow transplantation program, which recently performed its 10,000th transplant.
Lucie Arnaz, iconic entertainer and daughter of showbiz royalty Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball, will performace songs from her Broadway debut, “They’re Playing Our Song,” along with new arrangements of favorite standards by such luminaries as Ira Gershwin, Duke Ellington, Cole Porter and Johnny Mercer. The program will also feature Latin tunes her father made famous
“An Evening with Lucie Arnaz” will be held at the Aventura Arts & Cultural Center in Aventura at 8 p.m. Tickets start at $60, with VIP packages for $150 including premium seating , preshow dinner at Morton’s The Steakhouse, an autographed CD, a post-show reception with Arnaz and a Whole Foods coupon. Tickets can be purchased online at www.aventuracenter.org/LucieArnaz or by calling 800-584-6709.