The Beverly Bombshells

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Imagine songs you’ve heard on the radio a million times infused with the humor and harmonies reminiscent of female trios from the 1930’s and 40’s. By mixing new songs with a vintage sound, The Beverly Bombshells take you on a journey to yesteryear: spanning all generations, both young and old.  Predominantly inspired by The Andrews Sisters, The Bombshells (Tiffany Dissette, Heather Lundstedt O’Neill and Leah Sprecher) along with their band leader/arranger David Lamoureux are reintroducing an era where everything was said with a wink and a smile, a martini in hand. Complete with stunning original arrangements and a killer band, this is an evening not to be missed.

Dark Legacy: Bright Lights of Black Broadway

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Celebrate the music of early black composers,lyricists and performers of Broadway and their influence on other composers who wrote for the black experience. You will hear music of early black composers like Scott Joplin, Bert Williams, Noble Sissle, Eubie Blake, and others who laid a formidable foundation in American music written for Black Broadway. Their songs such as “Nobody”, “I’m Just Wild About Harry”, “Love Will Find a Way”, and “Some of These Days” (to name a few) have become an immortal part of the Great American Songbook. Miss Ingram shares how their rich and many times dark legacy influenced composers and lyricists who followed in their footsteps, writing for the black experience for both stage and film, up until the present day ~ composers, such as; Gershwin/Heyward, Arlen/Mercer, Flaherty/Ahrens, and more.

Happy 50ish

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IT’S A SURPRISE PARTY AND YOU’RE INVITED – to Happy 50ish, the musical comedy that proves you haven’t lived until you’ve hit middle-age. Meet baby boomer Bob – he’s facing the big five-oh with fear, beer, and a letter from the AARP. Though his mid-life crisis is killing him, he’s finding laughter is the best medicine…next to that little blue pill!

Bing, Bob & Rosemary: Home For the Holidays

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Celebrate the season with timeless songs from three of the world’s greatest entertainers-turned-best-friends!

Starring Jonathan Hawkins, Lee Lessack and Heather Lundstedt O’Neil

Chita & Tune: Two for the Road

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Chita & Tune – Two For The Road is a unique concert event that pairs two of Broadway’s most celebrated legends. Chita Rivera and Tommy Tune collectively have won 12 Tony Awards and this iconic Broadway coupling is guaranteed to dazzle audiences everywhere.

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Soundstage

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An evening of treasured songs from classic Hollywood Musicals!  The best of the Silver Screen in one enchanted evening of music.

A Sentimental Journey

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Joanne O’Brien takes us on a very Sentimental Journey of the music of Doris Day from the time she was a teenager just starting out to how she survived four tumultuous marriages, lost it all and came back without missing a beat. Through story and song the life of Doris Day is presented with joy, laughter, melancholy and victory. If one wanted to hear Doris Day sing live you would have to go back in time to before her fi lm career as she never performed live again once that chapter of her life took off. Hearing Joanne sing and tell Doris Day’s story is the closest you will get to having Doris sing live herself.

Ella Meets Mel

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Award-winning singers Johnny Rodgers and Ellen Winters are pooling their many talents to create this magical tribute to their heroes: Tormé and Fitzgerald.   In Ella Meets Mel, Rodgers & Winters create a night featuring a jazzy, dazzling array of Tormé and Fitzgerald hits, little known duets, racing scats and iconic solos.

In Perfect Harmony

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In the peace-loving 60s and 70s a world found solace in the soothing harmonies emanating from pop radio.  Celebrate those glorious sounds and give peace a chance…again.

Amanda McBroom

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An evening of love songs for grown-ups by one of the greatest cabaret performers of her generation.  From Cole Porter to Sammy Can, from Jacques Brel to Melody Gardot, Amanda McBroom weaves a spell of musical romance, filled with laughter and regret, ending with an anthem to the power of love, her own hit song, THE ROSE.