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Experience the Great White Way…Bristol Riverside Theater-style! Broadway Then & Now brings audiences all the hits of Broadway in one sensational concert. Audiences members will hear songs from shows like Guys and Dolls, Oklahoma!, My Fair Lady, and more. If you love Broadway, you'll love Broadway Then & Now.
Come and participate in two hours of continuous dance/movement improvisation with live music. Leaders Manfred Fischbeck and Brigitta Herrmann guide the group through a series of movement meditations, improvisational structures and games to inspire spontaneous self-expression and collective creation. All of these allow for new and spontaneous explorations of the mind and body in relation to oneself, space, others, and sound.
Rosemary Clooney & Friends: Come On-a My House will have audience members dancing in the aisles to the pop music of the 1950s. Known as the golden age of pop, the '50s gave a whole new meaning to the term "girl power." Audiences will hear songs from Doris Day, Patti Page, Kay Starr, Teresa Brewer, and of course, Rosemary Clooney.
Prepare to fall in love again with the music of Simon and Garfunkel. From a startlingly authentic rendition of "The Sound of Silence" to a playful version of "Cecilia," Scarborough Fair: A Tribute to Simon & Garfunkel will have every audience member smiling…and singing along.
Let freedom ring! Celebrate the month of our country's birth with When America Sings. Come along on a chart-topping road trip through our great nation. With songs like "This Land Is Your Land," "America," and "Let the River Run," audiences will feel the patriotic spirit all the way home.
Following the success of last year's sold-out Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Philadelphia and Broadway stars join together once again for a one-night-only concert reading.
Welcome to Heartsville High, where the captain of the chess team is a sex symbol, the quarterback is a nerd, and everyone is gay — well, almost everyone! Enter Zanna, a magical, musical fairy who with a wave of his wand makes sure that everyone in town falls in love, even if it comes at a cost. With soaring pop tunes and unyielding optimism, the New York Times noted, "something about its pure, sugary hopefulness satisfies a sweet tooth that many of us may have forgotten." Come fall in love with Zanna Don't this summer at Theatre Horizon.