Clivio to Headline Virtual Benefit for Boston’s Historic Regent Theatre on Sunday, September 13th

Sep 11, 2020

“This show is about lifting each other up with LOVE through music,” Clivio says when describing the show.
He began performing at The Regent Theatre when he was only 5 years old. His first taste of professional
stage time came thanks to this 500-seat venue. “The Regent is very special to me.” says Clivio, “That stage
is truly where I learned how to become an entertainer. The Regent Theatre gave me experience performing
for large audiences with live sound, live instruments, live technician and everything else. I didn’t know it back
then - but I look back now and think, ‘Wow - I was VERY lucky to have that!”

A Virtual Evening With Serge Clivio: A Live-Streamed Benefit Concert for The Regent Theatre will again
feature his Music Director, Mike Stapleton, on the piano. This will mark Stapleton and Serge’s 7th concert in
the past 2 years. Supporting the duo will be Matt Sewell (Guitar), Seth Eliser (Drums) and Molly Keane-
Dreyer (Backup Vocals). Alex Spurlock is listed as Artistic Associate for the event. But, that is not all! Serge
also let us know that there will be 3 very special guests joining him. Molly Keane-Dreyer, who has appeared
in all 6 previous shows, lends a guest vocal spot, as well as Drew Arisco (Something Rotten! National Tour)
and Allie Seibold (The Lightning Thief National Tour) who penned Serge’s second single, “Kiss Me One
More Time.”

A Virtual Evening With Serge Clivio: A Live-Streamed Benefit Concert for The Regent Theatre streams live
on Sunday, September 13th at 8pm EST. Donations can be made now by going to
The show can be streamed on YouTube (@RegentTheatreVideo & @scliv12) or the Regent Theatre’s
Facebook page. All proceeds will go to The Regent Theatre’s reopening campaign. Keep up to date on
Serge’s latest news and events by following him on social media @SergeClivio. Read more about The
Regent Theatre below.

Built in 1916, the historic Regent Theatre remains true to its roots as a vibrant vaudeville house. An intimate
500-seat performing arts center with superior acoustics and comfortable seating, “Arlington’s Show Place of
Entertainment” features live music concerts, theatre, dance events, family entertainment, comedy, film
specials, and more.

Conveniently located just minutes from Cambridge and Boston, the Regent is MBTA and handicap
accessible with free parking across the street (nights and weekends after 3pm on Saturday) and a variety of
great restaurants and shops within easy walking distance.