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"My Way: A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra"

Date/Time

Aug 22, 2013 to Oct 13, 2013

This event occurs weekly, on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Description

”My Way: A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra” is a loving, lyrical homage to the man, his time and his music. The revue, conceived by Todd Olsen and David Grapes, was first performed at Artpark, Lewiston, N.Y. in 1999. Since then, it has become one of the most popular musical revues in the United States, mounted by professional and amateur theatre groups alike. It features a vocal quartet — two men, two women — backed by an on-stage jazz trio. The focus is, of course, Sinatra — his prolific life and career, most particularly the nearly 1,400 songs (57 of them in this production) that ‘Ol Blue Eyes recorded.

A Papermill Company production.

Shows at 7:30 p.m. and 2 p.m.

Cost

$25 and $30

Location

View map Jean's Playhouse - North Country Center for the Arts
10 Papermill Dr.
Lincoln, NH

Additional Information

Phone

(603) 745-2141

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