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Ticket Office


Open Tuesday - Sunday

Closed Monday*

 

Open for Calls

Tuesday - Sunday: Noon - 6:00pm

Friday - Saturday: Noon - 7:30pm
(925) 943-7469

 

Open for Walk Up

Tuesday -Thursday: 11:00am - 6:00pm
Friday - Saturday: Noon - 7:30pm

Sunday: Noon - 6:00pm
1601 Civic Drive
Walnut Creek, CA  94596

 

Administrative Office

Open Monday - Friday
8:00am - 5:00pm
(925) 295-1400


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*In addition to the hours noted, the Ticket Office is also open one hour prior and thirty minutes after curtain for ticketed performances, including performances on Mondays.
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Rebound: The Chris Herren Story



Ticket Office


Open Tuesday – Sunday

Closed Monday*

 

Open for Calls

Tuesday – Sunday: Noon – 6:00pm

Friday – Saturday: Noon – 7:30pm
(925) 943-7469

 

Open for Walk Up

Tuesday – Thursday: 11:00am – 6:00pm

Friday – Saturday: Noon – 7:30pm

Sunday: Noon – 6:00pm
1601 Civic Drive
Walnut Creek, CA  94596

 

*In addition to the hours noted, the Ticket Office is also open one hour prior and thirty minutes after curtain for ticketed performances, including performances on Mondays.

Presented by Support 4 Recovery
May 24, 2016

Please join us for an inspiring presentation featuring former NBA professional basketball player, Chris Herren.  A tale of descent into addiction, a miraculous recovery and his new life mission: to share his story with audiences in the hopes of reaching at least one person and making a difference in their life.
Chris Herren, a basketball legend from Fall River, Massachusetts, dreamed of one day playing for his hometown team, the Boston Celtics.  An All-American, Chris broke scoring records, was recruited by top colleges, featured in Sports Illustrated and became the focus of an acclaimed book, Fall River Dreams.  Herren realized his lifelong dream of playing in the NBA when he was drafted by the Denver Nuggets in 1999 and was traded to the Boston Celtics after his rookie season, but lost it all due to substance abuse.

Alcohol and drug-free since August 1, 2008, he has refocused his life to put his sobriety and family above all else.  He shares his harrowing story of abuse and recovery in his memoir, Basketball Junkie, as well as in numerous interviews throughout the Emmy nominated ESPN Films documentary Unguarded, of which he is the subject.


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