Musical Doubleheader: Fantasy Spoof and Rat Pack Revue
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Danceability has always been a crucial part of pop music throughout the ages, but which decade -- the '80s or the '90s -- had the songs that can still make modern feet move? That very question will be answered in one night at The Fillmore as Biz Markie and several top cover bands curate a stream of hits from both the '80s and '90s. Markie, a beatboxer and rapper known for his 1989 top 10 song "Just a Friend," plays host and DJ while '80s cover band The New Romance and '90s cover band Here's to the Night open and close the lineup with expert renditions of your favorite dance-worthy songs from their respective eras. Hosted by HOT 99.5, Washington, D.C.'s Top 40 and pop radio station, The Fillmore Flashback will prove once and for all which decade had the best tunes. Learn More
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The Legend of Blarnia is a hilarious spoof on the classic tale of kids’ fantasy worlds becoming real and forcing them the battle evil against impossible odds (they always succeed of course). This original musical is directed by John Newman, music directed by music by Sarah Horick.
If you want to be transported back to Rat Pack era cool, then look no further than The Vegas Way. Join us for a night of showgirls, entertainers, mobsters, and magic directed by ArtStream Co-Founder Patricia Woolsey, music directed by Daniel Villar.
About the Ticket Supplier: ArtStream Inc.ArtStream is a regional organization based in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area whose mission is to create artistic opportunities for individuals in communities traditionally under-served by the arts.
They are a consortium of compassionate, professional, experienced artists who wish to serve the needs of their clients. Their goal is to reach out to members in various groups such as persons with disabilities, seniors, people with short or long term illnesses and their families or caregivers, immigrants, veterans, people who are grieving, and students and teachers.
Their purpose is to inspire and help heal through various art forms such as theatre, puppetry, visual arts, multimedia, music, and dance. This is accomplished through interactive workshops and productions, on-going classes, seminars, performances, and training.