We're bringing glitz, glam, and a whole lot of musical fun to a Sunday afternoon. Songs from your favorite movies and Broadway musicals....old and new, with performers trained by Terry Bradford. And, great glitzy costumes!
Fred Astaire stars as Tony Hunter, a movie star whose career is in a downturn. Looking for a boost, Tony decides to try starring in a Broadway musical. Featuring Cyd Charisse, Oscar Levant, Nanette Fabray and Jack Buchanan. (1953, 112 minutes)
Donizetti’s The Elixir of Love is a delightful comedy about the course of true love made smooth by a “magic” potion. This charming production is set in Napa Valley circa 1915, and is the perfect way for children to learn about the magic of opera.
Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas are the absolute undisputed King and Queen of Scottish music. That may sound like it’s saying a lot, but it understates their influence and talent by a country mile.
Outstanding young performers ages 6-14 from all across the North Bay will sing great songs from musical theatre in competition for prizes! Who will be the next greatest star?
Fairy-tale Paris doesn't get more enchanting than Billy Wilder's Love in the Afternoon, an ode to picnics on the grass and champagne at the Ritz. Audrey Hepburn is at her best as the inexperienced cellist with a fascination for millionaire American playboy Gary Cooper.