Win tickets to Good Company’s special ‘All Together Now,’ emceed by ‘Glee’s’ (and GCP alum) Chris Colfer

This is sure to be one of the performing-arts events of the year, and I’m giving away a pair of tickets!

Good Company Players will present a one-time special concert at Shaghoian Hall on Sunday, Nov. 14, titled “All Together Now!” It’s part of a nationwide celebration organized by Music Theatre International, the big publisher. The big news is that GCP alum and “Glee” star Chris Colfer will emcee and perform. Tickets for this benefit are $50. An all-star lineup of GCP veterans will perform a bevy of musical-theater hits. You can read more about it in my preview.

The performance is 7 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 14, at Shaghoian Hall (at Clovis North High School).

A reminder: All patrons aged 12 and above must show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination. Children aged 5-11 may attend if they have proof of at least one COVID-19 vaccine shot and proof of a negative COVID test in the past 72 hours. Masks are required at all times for all audience members. Children under 5 not admitted.

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To enter this giveaway, leave a reply on this post (see the comments field below) answering this question: Do you have a favorite Chris Colfer moment from “Glee”? (Or, if you’re shy, just give your name.) Deadline to enter is 9 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 10. The winner will be picked at random.

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Comments (30)

  • Hi Donald, I never got into Glee, but I do remember Chris from his GCP days. How fun to have him back in the Valley!

  • Cleo Bauer

    “All together now” …Sounds like a terrific program and a great fun raiser. Would love to go!!

  • Linda K Hamby

    I never watched “Glee,” but I won one of Chris’s autographed books that I gave to my granddaughters…they love it!!!

  • Jim Wilson

    I’m interested in this.

  • Gloria Burrola

    We love Good Company Players and look forward to this fund raiser event. Have not seen Glee so can’t comment on that.

  • Alice J Pierson-Knapp


  • Brad Kendzora

    Favorite Chris Colfer moment from Glee was the duet with Leah Michelle of Defying Gravity. This is going to be great show, would love to go!

    • linda ramirez

      Linda Ramirez. never watched Glee.

  • Dan

    Dan Waterhouse, who’s glad to see Chris coming back home.

    • Kimberly Marks

      Sounds like an amazing line up of entertainment!

  • Christina Flores

    Christina Flores

  • Ashley Vega

    Loved him in glee. Watched every episode. I loved him and Finn’s dance at their parents wedding.

  • Kathy GERRITS

    I would LOVE to go…have been going to GCP since the 80’s when my friend Melanie was in Junior Company. Have seen many Broadway shows in NYC and locally. Thanks!

  • Cheryl Coddington

    Would love to take my aspiring-actress granddaughter to this!

  • Christine Erickson

    I would love to see the Colfer show. Thank you for offering the contest.
    Christine Erickson

  • Brooke Frost

    I loved him in Glee. Loved the show. And I love your columns! Cheeky. 🙂

  • Pete Gustafson

    Pete Gustafson – among the many that are glad to see folks from the Good Company do well and remember from whence they came, good for Chris on all counts.

  • Courtney Bautista

    I loved so much about Glee! Years later, Chris Colfer singing Rose’s Turn from Gypsy in season one has stuck with me.

  • Janet Baker

    This looks like it will be a delightful uplifting show. Perfect for getting back in the swing of things for concert season.

  • Patty Stratton

    I love everything Good Company! Thank you for the donation of tickets–sounds like a great show and so kind of Chris to come back to the valley to MC!

  • Kevin Conorich

    This sounds great. I am interested

  • You have made me excited about the upcoming Holiday Season and our local talent!

  • Joanne Allen

    We love theater, GCP and Chris Coffer. What a wonderful opportunity. Joanne Allen

  • Candee Peters

    I love Glee!! Kirk is my favorite character! I love when he “auditions” for the football team!

  • Patty Bennett

    I enjoyed Chris Colfer’s character on Glee but I can’t identify one special scene. Many hard-working young performers, including my son, have performed with the Junior Company and they have been rewarded with a serious education in theatre and performance.

  • Paula DeLano-Doty

    The one that made me cry. No wait; laugh. Or maybe…think? Those moments.

  • Benjamin Boone

    I do not have a particular favorite moment on glee,, but I GLEEFULLY loved his directorial debut that was screened at Reel Pride several years ago :-)(

  • Heather Rhodes

    I never got into Glee but I so love to see performers come back to support others from where they started.

  • Heather Rodriguez

    Show looks amazing!! Would love to see it.

  • Tracy Jones

    I knew and Loved Chris back in his GCP days and watched Glee because I was so proud of him. He was a hard worker then and is now. I would love to see this show.


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