WINDSOR — Across the country anti-police protests reminiscent of the 1960’s are again littering the national landscape. In contrast to show appreciation to Connecticut Law enforcement officers Lambert Entertainment, a Windsor-based producer of tribute shows, has put aside a block of free tickets for police officers and their families for their upcoming production of the Barbra Streisand tribute show, “My Name is Barbra.”
The tribute show is set for Feb. 12, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. in Hartford at the theater in the Ukrainian National Home.
The company has a tradition of donating part of the profits from their productions to charities, such as The Wounded Warrior Project. This ticket give away is a new endeavor with the goal of honoring those who serve and protect our communities every day here in Connecticut.
“The vast majority of law enforcement officers are honest, decent people who care for their communities and everyone in them.” company owner Joni Lambert explains, “These folks put their lives on the line every day and deserve our thanks and to be treated with respect.”
Lambert, a Streisand Impersonator/Tribute Artist, plays the role of Barbra with the look and sound of the great diva singing in concert. The show has played across the country from off-Broadway to Hollywood, and in Canada.
Tickets are currently on sale to the general public for $23 until Jan. 29th and will be $25 thereafter. Active or retired law enforcement officers interested in free tickets to the performance in Hartford, CT of the Barbra Streisand tribute show can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (860)794-7534. There is a limit of two free tickets per person.
All tickets must be obtained in advance while supplies last. Tickets will not be available at the door. For more information about the show visit www.BarbraTributeShow.com/hartford.