Since his 1976 album, Singable Songs for the Very Young, Raffi has been committed to making unforgettable high-quality music for children everywhere. Favorites like "Baby Beluga," "Down By The Bay," "All I Really Need" and "Bananaphone" are familiar to most families. Now Raffi is back to share his catchy and compassionate creations once again. The $58 tickets include an opportunity to meet Raffi in person after the show. Proceeds benefit The Centre for Child Honouring, a communications hub and training ground for a global awareness and education campaign.
Address: 247 College St.
New Haven, CT 06510
About Shubert Theater
The Shubert Theatre opened on Friday evening, December 11, 1914 with “The Belle of Bond Street.” From its very first season, the Shubert Theatre has been a performing arts center presenting plays, musicals, dance and a variety of solo performances. Since opening, the theatre has played host to over 600 pre-Broadway tryouts, including over 300 world premieres and 50 American premieres. The totals are double that of any theater in New York City or any of the other try-out cities.
The Shubert Theatre is a cultural centerpiece for New Haven and an economic engine for downtown growth, attracting more than 100,000 diverse audience members annually and generating an estimated $25 million in related revenue. It is currently owned and operated by the Connecticut Association for the Performing Arts, Inc. (CAPA) a not-for profit arts, education, and community institution serving the people of Connecticut and in particular the City of New Haven.