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The Ultimate Oldies Concert of 2014 – March 7, 2014


The Ultimate Oldies Concert of 2014

Kyman Entertainment Presents Jay and The Americans with Special Guests, The Brooklyn Bridge

Friday, March 7 at 8pm, Tickets: $49/$39 ($75 VIP and Meet & Greet)

Very few bands ever reached the musical heights of Jay and The Americans. From 1962-1971, this group charted unprecedented “12″ top 10 records. With the three original band members plus the addition of “Jay” Roincke, the third Jay and probably the best yet… they have recreated the authentic sound of all of their great hits everyone remembers. Come enjoy Tonight, She Cried, Come a Little Bit Closer, and This Magic Moment! Don’t miss this incredible night to remember.

Known for their trademarks of strong vocal and horn arrangements, The Brooklyn Bridge recorded hit after hit, beginning with their first gold record, The Worst That Could Happen. Other hits include: Welcome Me Love, Blessed is the Rain, and Your Husband My Wife. After four decades, The Brooklyn Bridge continues to record and tour, delighting longtime fans and making new ones. As they begin their fifth decade performing, The Brooklyn Bridge leaves a rich legacy in the annals of Rock N Roll.

Ronnie Milsap – 40-40 Vision Tour – March 1, 2014


Ronnie Milsap – 40-40 Vision Tour

Saturday, March 1 at 8pm, Tickets: $59, $49

Ronnie Milsap, with 40 #1 hits, 6 Grammy awards and a dozen CMA awards including Entertainer of the Year and 4 turns at Male Vocalist of the Year, is a true legend. In the early 60′s he worked as a session musician in Memphis and can be heard playing the piano on Elvis’ Kentucky Rain and singing back-up on Don’t Cry Daddy. When Ronnie decided to move to Nashville, he took it by storm.

Starting with his first hit Pure Love, he started a remarkable run where he didn’t leave the Top Ten for 15 straight years. During that time, he had a number of pop crossover smashes, beginning with It Was Almost Like a Song, Smokey Mountain Rain, No Gettin’ Over Me, and Any Day Now. Not only has Ronnie Milsap been a consistent chart topper and true icon in the industry, he is known for his highly entertaining live show. Ronnie’s humor is on display with fun stories from his time in the business, as well as a diverse mix of hits that showcase his amazing musical talent. Ronnie’s connection to his audience is unrivaled.

A Ronnie Milsap show is a true event!

Sister’s Summer School Catechism – March 1 and March 2


Sister’s Summer School Catechism

Saturday, March 1 at 3 & 8pm, Sunday, March 2 at 3pm & 7pm, Black Box Theatre, Tickets: $35

Black Box Theatre, Tickets: $35

It’s summer and Sister is NOT happy. It seems the diocese has decided to offer a Summer School Catechism course for those students who weren’t paying attention all year. Instead of three relaxing weeks at the motherhouse, Sister is stuck with her students this summer! And summer is already rough enough for Sister — try wearing 50 pounds of gabardine in 90-degree heat!

Sister will discuss such questions as, “Did Jesus have to go to summer school? or “What is an appropriate summer vacation for a practicing Catholic?” And she’s sure to talk about the best way to make use of what’s left of your summer vacation. Beat the heat with Sister’s Summer School Catechism, and if you know what’s good for you, don’t be late!

“Back to ‘Summer School’ with Sister for a healthy dose of laughter”
– The Dallas Morning News

Sister’s Summer School Catechism – Feb. 28, Mar. 1, and Mar. 2


Sister’s Summer School Catechism

Fri., Feb. 28 at 8pm, Sat., Mar. 1 at 3 & 8pm, Sun., Mar. 2 at 3pm & 7pm

Black Box Theatre, Tickets: $35

It’s summer and Sister is NOT happy. It seems the diocese has decided to offer a Summer School Catechism course for those students who weren’t paying attention all year. Instead of three relaxing weeks at the motherhouse, Sister is stuck with her students this summer! And summer is already rough enough for Sister — try wearing 50 pounds of gabardine in 90-degree heat!

Sister will discuss such questions as, “Did Jesus have to go to summer school? or “What is an appropriate summer vacation for a practicing Catholic?” And she’s sure to talk about the best way to make use of what’s left of your summer vacation. Beat the heat with Sister’s Summer School Catechism, and if you know what’s good for you, don’t be late!

“Back to ‘Summer School’ with Sister for a healthy dose of laughter”
– The Dallas Morning News

Moscow Festival Ballet presents Swan Lake – February 26,2014


Moscow Festival Ballet presents Swan Lake

A Stunning Production with a Company of 50! Wednesday, February 26 at 7pm, Tickets: $55/$45 The Moscow Festival Ballet was founded in 1989 when legendary principal dancer of the Bolshoi Ballet, Sergei Radchenko sought to realize his vision of a company which would bring together the highest classical elements of the great Bolshoi and Kirov Ballet companies in an independent new company within the framework of Russian classic ballet. Leading dancers from across Russia have forged under Radchenko’s direction an exciting new company staging new productions of timeless classics, such as Swan Lake. Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake is considered by many to be one of the greatest classical ballets of all time. The romantic fairy tale tells the story of Prince Siegfried, who falls in love with a princess named Odette. Odette is under a wicked spell that transforms her into a swan. The spell can be broken, but due to the evil sorcerer’s manipulation the prince and princess are subjected to only be together as lovers in the afterlife. Don’t miss this extraordinary performance by one of the best trained ballet companies in the world!

“This was an afternoon that deserved “bravos” within minutes of the opening steps.” — Las Vegas Review-Journal

“An impressive performance of a classical ballet, energized with dramatic expression and sensational steps.” —The Chronicle; Durham, North Carolina

“The dancers of the Moscow Festival Ballet spoke to the soul through the body, performing a magnificent ‘Giselle’”. —The Post and Courier; Charleston, South Carolina

Red Hot Chilli Pipers – February 23, 2014


Red Hot Chilli Pipers

Maybe the Most Famous Bagpipe Group in the World

Sunday, February 23 at 7pm, Tickets: $45/$39

Bagpipes with attitude. Drums with a Scottish accent. A blazing rock band and a show so hot it carries its own health warning. The Red Hot Chilli Pipers are a global phenomenon, taking their signature ‘Bagrock’ sound to the masses with their unique fusion of rocked up Bagpipes and clever covers of popular songs from all genres!

The Red Hot Chilli Pipers have been rocking the world from New York to Beijing with musicianship of the highest order and a passion for pipes that will leave you breathless. The Red Hot Chilli Pipers put on a show guaranteed to amaze any audience. They are a genuinely unique experience! “It’s the new Jock Rock and Roll!”

‘Saturday bill-toppers The Red Hot Chilli Pipers comprehensively demonstrated the awesome force of precision-machined, unapologetically populist Celtic showbiz.’
– Sue Wilson – The Scotsman

Teatro Lirico D’Europa Presents G.Bizet’s CARMEN – February 22, 2014

Teatro Lirico D’Europa Presents G.Bizet’s CARMEN

Featuring a cast of 65 with live orchestra, chorus in French with English Subtitles

Saturday, February 22, 2014 at 8pm, Tickets: $55/45

Georges Bizet’s Carmen premiered in Paris in 1875. Two characters are at the center: Carmen who demands her freedom at any cost, and her lover Don José. He starts out as a respectable soldier, but obsessive love turns him into a lawbreaker, an outcast, and finally, a killer.

Micaela is in love with the soldier, Don Jose, and she expects to marry him. Jose loves her too, but is dazzled by the more exotic charms of the Gypsy, Carmen. He goes to jail because he has let Carmen escape after she started a fight. Meanwhile, Carmen has fallen in love with a bullfighter, Escamillo. When she refused to return to Jose, he kills her. Georges Bizet wrote several operas, but Carmen is far and away the most successful.

Don’t miss the magnificent music of Bizet brought to vivid vocal and orchestral life, for one night only at The Sunrise Theatre.

CARMEN Makes One’s Heart Sing!
– The Boston Herald

CARMEN Ensemble Cast Sizzles!
– The Boston Globe

Man Of LaMancha – The Impossible Dream Musical – February 21, 2014

Man Of LaMancha

The Impossible Dream Musical

Friday, February 21 at 8pm, Tickets: $65/55

Audiences at the Sunrise Theatre soon will be able to share the delights of theatergoers all over the world, in experiencing the Broadway musical interpretation of the world’s first modern novel, Don Quixote of LaMancha, written by Miguel de Cervantes. Man of LaMancha had a phenomenally successful run in New York for five years, surpassing the original run of Oklahoma and South Pacific. In the “two hour traffic of the stage” and more than 20 rousing song hits, the show crystallizes the thousand episode-crammed pages in which Cervantes exposed the absurdities of his day.

Enter the mind and the world of Don Quixote as he pursues his quest for the impossible dream. Against all odds, a man sees good and innocence in a world filled with darkness and despair. This lyrical and amusing adventure is a classic tale of the triumph of man over his follies. Don’t miss this superb, imaginative, original and moving musical…a play that restores one’s faith in and love of theater.

“Musical Theatre at is finest anywhere! A triumph”
– United Press International

“The Musical that’s set above and apart from all the others by touching the heart! An exquisite musical play…”
– The NY Daily News

“Charm, gallantry and delicacy of spirit.”
– the NY Times

Alan Parsons Live Project – February 16, 2014



Alan Parsons Live Project

Greatest Hits Tour 2014

Sunday, February 16 at 7pm, $59/$49

For one night only… Enjoy two full hours of the Alan Parsons Live Project’s greatest hits!

Though most people associate the name Alan Parsons with his prog rock hits of the seventies and eighties, this sound designer has had a passion for the latest technologies that reaches back to his early days with EMI and Abbey Road Studios. As an artist, his hits include “Games People Play,” “Time,” “Eye In The Sky,” “I Wouldn’t Want To Be Like You,” and “Don’t Answer Me.” As a producer, he helmed Al Stewart’s “Year Of The Cat” and “Time Passages,” and as an engineer, his credits include classics such as “The Air That I Breathe” by The Hollies. And a little album you might have heard of called The Dark Side Of The Moon by Pink Floyd, which celebrates the 40th anniversary of its release in February 2013.

Parsons, along with songwriter-singer Eric Woolfson, arranger Andrew Powell, guitarist Ian Bairnson, drummer Stuart Elliott, bassist David Paton, and vocalists Lenny Zakatek, Colin Blunstone, David Pack and Elmer Gantry, formed the best-selling studio group The Alan Parsons Project, whose albums I Robot, The Turn of a Friendly Card and Tales of Mystery and Imagination explored the interrelations between music, literature, psychology and fantasy.

Today, Alan Parsons takes his music on a worldwide tour, bringing his greatest hits to sold-out amphitheaters, concert halls and theaters. His new solo album, A Valid Path, reintegrates his classic Alan Parsons Project sound with modern artists and collaborators.

“Alan Parsons’s tunes are timeless.
Singing along with every song, what can be more fun?”

Bring Back The Memories – February 15, 2014


Bring Back The Memories

Kyman Entertainment Presents Kenny Vance and The Planotones with Special Guests, The Mystics

Saturday, February 15 at 8pm, Tickets: $49/$39, $75 VIP and Meet & Greet

Returning by popular demand, Kenny Vance and The Planotones deliver an evening of memories with songs such as Cara Mia, Looking for an Echo and Only in America. Known as the “Dylan of Doo Wop,” Kenny’s charisma and talent draws you closer to the music. His material is influenced by the 50s and 60s, but he consistently brings a unique and sophisticated point of view to his audience.

Let’s go back in time. The key words here are Doo Wop and Harmony…light, simple and ever so beautiful. It was the late 50s and The Mystics were heard on the airways singing Hushabye. The sound of The Mystics still embraces the soft breezes of harmonic perfection. The audience’s adoration and applause continue to shine and glow as The Mystics continue keeping the sounds of Harmony and Doo Wop alive in our hearts.