Off Broadstreet returns with musical comedy revue ‘Sing Me Back’
KNOW & GO
WHO: Off Broadstreet Cabaret Dessert Theatre
WHAT: Dress rehearsal of “Sing Me Back“ – A musical comedy revue by John Driscoll and Jan Kopp
WHEN: 8:15 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays July 16 through Aug. 21; 2 p.m. Sunday, July 18 and Aug. 1 and 7:15 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 19
WHERE: Off Broadstreet, 305 Commercial Street, Nevada City
TICKETS: $35 Friday & Saturday. $30 Thursday & Sunday
MORE INFO: Visit http://www.offbroadstreet.com or call 530-265-8686
After a sixteen month closure due to quarantine, Off Broadstreet will finally open its doors on Friday, July 16. An all-star cast presents Off Broadstreet’s re-opening show: Dress Rehearsal of “Sing Me Back.”
“Sing Me Back” is a nostalgic musical tour of all of your favorite hits from the 1950s through the 1980s. Since the musical is staged as a “Dress Rehearsal,” audiences will get a glimpse “behind the scenes” as the cast attempts to rise above the various mishaps that often plague a production in the final stages of preparation. And, in the tradition of all previous Dress Rehearsals since our beginning in 1989, the “fantasy sequences” give each individual performer a chance to reveal something unique and personal.
Off Broadstreet regulars Jay Barker, Kenny DeKowzan, Danny McCammon, Krissi DeKowzan, Tina Marie Kelley and Kate Haight will thrill you in this fun-filled musical delight.
Pre-show entertainment is provided by Chris Crockett beginning one hour before show time for all performances. For further information or for show reservations, please call Off Broadstreet at 530-265-8686 or visit http://www.offbroadstreet.com.
Source: Off Broadstreet
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