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Beautiful: The Carole King Musical
May 16, 2021
Sep 16, 2021
Three Dog Night
Oct 2, 2021
Whose Live Anyway?
Oct 14, 2021
Oct 17, 2021
Winner of 2 Tony Awards
May 16, 2021
Tracing the career of Carole King, and endorsed by the beloved Grammy winner herself, Beautiful was the feel-good Broadway hit of 2014, scoring two Tony Awards. Described by The New York Times as "A complex, revitalizing portrait of the real, conflicted person within the reluctant star", Beautiful: The Carole King Musical is an inspiring story about the rocky road to superstardom!
September 16, 2021
Nicknamed 'The Celine Dion of Country Music', Martina McBride showcases her powerhouse voice and versatile soprano range, bringing a unique country edge to covers of Motown, Soul and RnB classics. Having sold over 14 million records in The US and nominated 14 times for a Grammy, McBride is comfortable in any genre; the CMA award-winning artist will also delve into her prolific back catalogue for crowd-pleasing fan favorites like Teenage Daughters and her 1992 breakthrough 'The Time Has Come'.
October 2, 2021
With a music career spanning 4 decades, Three Dog Night have certainly earned the right to be one of America's most iconic bands. With a vast back catalogue of smash hits like "Mama Told Me (Not To Come)", "Joy to the World", "Black and White", "Shambala" and "One" it would be easy for Three Dog Night to rest on this legacy, however, this band is not one for taking a break and are always looking for new ways to increase their audience.
October 14, 2021
Whose Live Anyway (originally called A Night of Improv) first appeared in 1999 when it sold out two shows in under three hours to very enthusiastic crowds in Vancouver. Following its initial success, Whose Line Executive Producer and star Ryan Stiles expanded the number of appearances of the show to include many major cities in the Western USA and Canada where it has remained a constant sell-out.
October 17, 2021
One-man comedy tornado Bert Kreischer first caught the attention of the comedy world when he was featured in a Rolling Stone article in 1997 for his student party antics. Realizing his penchant for storytelling and making people laugh as a consequence, Kreischer honed his stand-up chops and later became a regular on TV in his own shows Bert The Conquerer, Hurt Bert and The X Show, as well as stints on the Late Show with David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel and Conan.
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