StarKid Homecoming Logo

Celebrating ten years of Witches,
Wizards, & Magical Beasts

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About the show

This special reunion concert will feature original cast members from our very first show (and performers from every StarKid show since), coming together for the first time in a decade to pay tribute to the musical that started it all. Get ready to go back to goblins, and ghosts, and magical beasts, cause to borrow a phrase from an old friend, it's gonna be totally awesome.

This once-in-a-lifetime event will be rocking-out the Theatre at the Ace in Downtown Los Angeles on July 25, 2019. So dress your best, put on your dancin' shoes, and we'll see you at Homecoming

Currently confirmed StarKid members participating include:

Nico AgerJulia AlbainClark BaxtresserJaime Lyn BeattyJeff BlimJamie BurnsTyler BrunsmanRichard CampbellBritney ColemanBrant CoxDarren CrissDenise DonovanCorey DorrisMariah Rose FaithElona FinlayArielle Goldman, Ali GordonBrian HoldenAJ Holmes, Angela Kiessel, Matt Lang, Nick LangLauren LopezCorey LubowichDevin LytleRobert ManionJon MattesonLily MarksAlle-Faye MonkaJoe MosesAlex PaulSarah PettyAmy PlouffJim PovoloJoey RichterBrian RosenthalJune SaitoDylan Saunders, Bonnie Socha (née Gruesen), Rachael SoglinMeredith Stepien, Mark Swiderski, Sango Tajima*, Joe WalkerLauren Walker, & Tiffany Williams.

(Specific performer appearances are subject to professional obligations.) 

*Friday performances only

July 25, 2019
Thursday at 8PM
Doors at 7PM

July 26, 2019
Friday at 5PM
Doors at 4PM

Friday at 9PM
Doors at 8PM

Theatre at the Ace
929 S Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90015



Reserved Seating


Thursday, July 25

Friday, July 26

Friday, July 26



  • Is there a limit to how many tickets I can purchase?
    To ensure everyone has a fair crack at tickets to come see the show, there will be a six ticket limit per order.

  • How many seats are there in the Theatre at the Ace?
    The Theatre at the Ace has a capacity of 1,600.

  • Is there an age limit to attend the show?
    StarKid Homecoming will be an all-ages show!

  • Will my favorite StarKid be in the show?
    The complete and most up to date list of participating performers is on this page!

  • Will I be able to stage-door/meet the performers after the show?
    For StarKid Homecoming, likely no. With such a large amount of performers we won't have the resources to make that happen safely, but we'll let you know if that changes!

  • Is the Theatre at the Ace ADA accessible?
    The Theatre at the Ace offers ADA-accessible seats to all their shows. You can buy ADA seating on their ticketing site or by calling AXS at 888.9.AXS.TIX (888.929.7849). When buying tickets over the phone, please let the ticket agent know you require accessible seating, and they will issue you an ADA seat. If you need accessible seating the night of the event and don’t have an ADA ticket, please head to the box office or locate a security guard and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.

  • Does the Theatre at the Ace have assisted listening devices?
    Yes, assisted listening devices are available on loan with a photo ID. Please head to the box office or locate a security guard for assistance.

  • What if I require an accommodation not mentioned?
    For additional information or if you have seating questions, need an accommodation not mentioned, or require any other special assistance with purchasing tickets we encourage you to contact Ticket Services at

  • I have other questions about policies of the Theatre at The Ace.
    Check out their
    FAQ page for more info!

  • Will there be a livestream/digital tickets available for StarKid Homecoming?

  • Will StarKid Homecoming be available on YouTube at any point?

  • When will the DVD/Digital Download of StarKid Homecoming be available?
    The DVD/Digital Download will be available for purchase later this fall.

  • Will there be a live album recorded for StarKid Homecoming?
    We don't currently have plans for one.

  • Will you do the show in another city/go on tour?
    Nope! Doing the show in Los Angeles was the only possible way we could get everyone back together! It would be too expensive/impossible to schedule a tour with this many performers!