The Victory Belles present Songs that Won the War
February 3 – August 24
The Victory Belles bring to life the songs that inspired the Allies to victory during World War II. This new Belles show features musical gems of the era such as White Cliffs of Dover, Harbor Lights, The Last Time I Saw Paris, La Vie En Rose, and I'll Be Seeing You, all sung in rich, three-part harmony. You may even find yourself dancing with one of our beautiful Belles!
Doug Church—The True Voice of Elvis
This show is SOLD OUT!
Elvis tribute artist Doug Church began his career in the US Air Force in 1983 while competing against hundreds of other contestants and winning annual talent contests. In four years, he collected 11 first-place trophies for his well-developed likeness to Elvis. He has toured with Legends in Concert and has performed in locations around the world, including Bangkok, Hong Kong, Aruba, the Bahamas, Moscow, France, the United Kingdom, and Denmark. Doug starred in and performed soundtrack vocals for the award-winning documentary film Almost Elvis.
World's Greatest Johnny Cash Experience—Terry Lee Goffee
In the spring of 1955 Johnny Cash walked into the legendary Sun Recording Studios in Memphis, Tennessee, and the music world was never the same. Not long afterward, Terry Lee Goffee put his first Johnny Cash record on a turntable and his world changed, too. In the memorable tribute show Goffee becomes Johnny Cash, from the moment he walks onstage until the end of this show. Among the 34 songs included in the tribute are such Cash classics as A Boy Named Sue, Sunday Morning Coming Down, I Walk the Line, Ring of Fire, Folsom Prison Blues, and Hurt.
The Accidental Hero
May 27 & 28
This is the extraordinary true story of a WWII officer who liberated the same Czech towns where his grandparents lived. Matt Konop had grown up speaking Czech on a farm in Wisconsin, ashamed of his humble background. Thrown into World War II, he landed on Omaha Beach, was a hero in the Battle of the Bulge, and survived to the final days of the war. Then, he was given the dangerous assignment to go behind enemy lines into Czechoslovakia. At the border, he decided to go in alone. His life would never be the same, as one coincidence after another brought him face-to-face with his identity. What once was a source of shame became his greatest pride, as the people of his grandparent's hometown hailed him as their "liberator." They, in fact, liberated him as well. The play was developed and is presented by Patrick Dewane, Konop's grandson. The material for the play was derived from Konop's memoir, which was discovered more than 20 years after his death. Told with never-before-seen color movie clips from World War II, vintage music, and photos, The Accidental Hero is a multimedia delight that has captivated audiences across the country.
Hank and My Honky Tonk Heroes Featuring Jason Petty
There is only one Hank Williams, and only one actor who can bring him to life: Jason Petty. Petty is the only actor to portray Williams in New York City's hit Off-Broadway musical, Lost Highway, where he won an Obie award and earned multiple nominations for his performance. Petty is the only actor to portray Hank in Lost Highway at Nashville's world-famous Ryman Auditorium. Petty also has over a dozen appearances at The Grand Ole Opery, along with a litany of incredible reviews from The New York Times, Billboard, Rolling Stone, and more. He has played thousands of shows and left millions of fans thrilled.