Following the overwhelming reception of “On Broadway” during the 2007-2008 concert season, Matt
Davenport Productions has created a brand new production celebrating the magic of the Great White
Way…“Back On Broadway!”
Ten star-struck performers arrive in the Big Apple looking for their big break on Broadway. With
their new-found book, “How to Succeed on Broadway” how can they fail?
Relive time-tested favorites through dazzling production numbers - new hit shows and all-time
classics - through the eyes of the next generation of Broadway Stars!
Fully Costumed! Fully Staged! Travelling light show! Fresh original arrangements.
Broadway / Orchestral Music Tracks, performed by the most recorded instrumentalists in the
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The Gothard Sisters Sunday Nov. 17, 3 p.m.
These girls have been playing violin and dancing since a very young age, and they grew up
performing on stages in the Pacific Northwest
and beyond.Greta, Willow and
Solana Gothard started out with rigorous classical violin training and competitive Irish dance,
leading them to leadership positions in the local Youth Symphonies and bringing them to the
Irish dancing World Championships (held overseas in the UK) to compete in the solo
championships for three years in a row.The sisters were on an Irish dance team from Seattle
that placed second at the World Championships in
Glasglow, Scotland in 2007 These days the girls can be seen making their way across the country
visiting festivals and venues everywhere to share their love of music, dance and the energy of
live performance with the people that they meet.A live show with the Gothard Sisters is likely to include fast fiddling numbers with
lively choreography, Irish step-dancing used in a myriad of ways, special songs and ballads and
family entertainment at its best.
Locust Street Taxi
Monday January 27th 7:30 p.m.
You’ll be knocked-out, kicked-in-the-pants and flabbergasted
after leaving a show!
Locust Street Taxi, formed in 2001 in the music and theater departments of Centralia College
in Washington State, has since given over 300 performances, been featured on 10 different
Northwest radio and TV stations and performed to a 10,000-person audience at the 2009 “Night
Glow” in Walla Walla, WA. They have been compared to the likes of Barenaked Ladies, Sublime
and Big Bad VooDoo Daddy. Comprised of three musical geniuses and a trombone player, their
performances feature outstanding musicianship, well-crafted, memorable songs and an
infectious exuberance – rarely failing to engage audience members of all ages and backgrounds.
Locus Street Taxi makes grandmothers smile, children laugh, baby-boomers dance, and
every audience groove. Prepare yourself for an in-your-face, spontaneously-combusting piece of musical entertainment.
To play the video click the button below.
Lynch's Jazz 101
Thursday February 6, 7:30p.m.
Jesse Lynch is no stranger to Live On
Stage. He has played piano for popular veterans Daniel
Rodriguez and The American Tenors and has wowed
audiences of his own playing everything from Beethoven
and Bop to free jazz and contemporary compositions.
With an extensive professional history as
a vocal accompanist and coach, as well as a student of
both jazz and classical performance, Jesse is a
genre-defying musician with the ability and passion to
take on any style of music. Joined on bass and drums,
Jesse Lynch leads audiences on a journey through the
evolution and history of jazz through music and
multi-media presentation in his touring program Jesse
Lynch’s Jazz 101.
This talented trio will crank up the heat on stage with
explosive energy and electrifying technique in the
sounds of Joplin, Charlie Parker, Louis Armstrong and
other jazz greats. To play the video click the start
button on the left of the white bar below.
Tuesday March 18, 2014,
At the age of five,Dale Gonyea got up very early one morning and,
without a single lesson, spontaneously began playing the piano. His parents
were astonished because they did not have a piano. They decided he either needed
therapy or music lessons. Therapy was expensive, so they bought a piano and a
career was born.
Dale Gonyea uses the piano to springboard his unique brand of humor. He has
written numerous songs for Disney and for stars like Bette Midler, Ray Stevens
and Rich Little. He has earned an Emmy, a Clio nomination and his song-spoof,
“I Need Your Help, Barry Manilow” was Grammy-nominated for Comedy
Record of the Year. Television
appearances include Evening at the Improv, TV’s Bloopers and Practical Jokes and
special musical reporter on Entertainment Tonight. Utilizing multi-media, audiences will be captivated this season with hearty
laughter and song as Dale personalizes each performance with a taste of local
character and spirit. To
play the video click the start button on the
left of the white bar below.