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Looking Ahead: It’s a Wonderful Life Opens, MDQ’s Final Week, a Sold-Out Concert and more…

December 5, 2011

Live From WVL Radio Theatre: It's a Wonderful LifeThis week we get a blast from the past as a holiday favorite from last year returns.  Also, what concert sold out?  How can you score some FREE parking?  And what famous daughter is performing this week?  Read on for a few things we’re excited about this week!

  • Live From WVL Radio Theatre: It’s a Wonderful Life Opens Tuesday
    Have you ever wanted to step foot on the Booth Playhouse stage?  Here’s your chance!  Live From WVL Radio Theatre: It’s a Wonderful Life opens Tuesday, Dec. 6, at 7:30 p.m., in the Booth Playhouse at Blumenthal Performing Arts Center.  All seating is on the stage, providing a one-of-a-kind experience.
    For more information on the show, CLICK HERE.  Charlotte Magazine’s Page Leggett recently interviewed Charlotte native Willie Repoley, who wrote the play, about his version of the story and it’s timeless themes.  CLICK HERE to read the article.
  • MILLION DOLLAR QUARTETMILLION DOLLAR QUARTET Continues to Rock The Knight Theater
    This is your final week to be a fly on the wall of fame.  Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley and Carl Perkins…need I say more?  Lawrence Toppman of the Charlotte Observer says, “The four leads bring such vitality to their parts.”  Perry Tannenbaum of Creative Loafing raved about the cast saying “[They] are superior to those [he] saw on Broadway.”  And audiences are buzzing about the show too.  Donna Lilly posted on our Facebook page, “[MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET] was wonderful, ejoyed it very much, go see it if you haven’t yet!!”

CLICK HERE to read Toppman’s review.
CLICK HERE to read Tannenbaum’s review.
CLICK HERE to read the Arts a la Mode review.
Don’t let me persuade you.  Hear what Christopher Ryan Grant (Sam Phillips) has to say:

  • Rosanne Cash Performs This Tuesday
    With the story of her father playing down the street, the timing couldn’t be more perfect for Rosanne Cash.  In the 1980s, Cash had a string of chart-topping singles which crossed several genres, signaling her break away from her country music past. Since she has earned nine Grammy Nominations and one win for her 1985 hit “I Don’t Know Why You Don’t Want Me.”  Now, in a one-night only engagement, Cash will be performing as a duo with the Grammy-award winning musician, producer and songwriter – John Levanthal – who also happens to be her husband!  Don’t miss Rosanne Cash with special guests Mandolin Orange, Tuesday, Dec. 6, at 7:30 p.m., in the McGlohon Theater at Spirit Square.

What are you looking forward to this week?

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