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Pull up a chair for live webcast of American Celebration!

November 5, 2010

A scene from American Celebration 2005. Catch this year's show on live webcast.

 Don’t have a seat to the sold-out American Celebration?

Not to worry. Friends, classmates and out-of-town family members  (and anyone who has never had the pleasure of seeing Chapman University’s Broadway-style extravaganza) who want to see their favorite students sparkle and dazzle on the event’s big stage,  can tune in and watch a live webcast starting at 7 p.m. Saturday at

Students may also opt to join friends for a live broadcast of the show in the big-screen room of John Biggs Conference Room in Henley Hall.

One of Southern California’s most highly anticipated events, Chapman University’s American Celebration has become an Orange County philanthropic tradition. American Celebration features dazzling entertainment provided by a cast of more than 100 singing and dancing students from Chapman’s acclaimed College of Performing Arts, with live orchestra. Our honorees this year are legendary humanitarian and show business legend Jerry Lewis and longtime community leaders Dee and Doy Henley.

The event is produced with vital support from some of the county’s most committed philanthropists and volunteers. Proceeds provide scholarships to Chapman’s best and most deserving students.

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