Glenn Miller Orchestra Holiday Show: Swing Legends at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center
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The last date listed for Glenn Miller Orchestra Holiday Show was Saturday December 18, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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Join acclaimed actor of stage and screen John Lithgow (3rd Rock From the Sun, Dexter) for a touching and humorous tribute to the power of storytelling in the autobiographical one-man show Stories by Heart. Interspersing his own journey as an actor with two classic stories that were read to him as a child, the Tony-, Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning actor gives a tour de force performance, inhabiting a dozen characters with zany abandon. In P.G. Wodehouse's "Uncle Fred Flits By," a fretful young Englishman is taken on a wild afternoon's escapade in suburban London by his irrepressible uncle. Ring Lardner's "Haircut" is a darkly comic yarn told by a gossipy barber in small-town Michigan. Learn More
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Founded in 1937, the Glen Miller Orchestra recorded more than 70 top-10 hits before disbanding in 1944, when Glenn Miller disappeared over France. It was re-established in 1956, and has toured the globe ever since.
Hear the Orchestra at their website.
The Carpenter Center swings into the holiday season with the Orchestra’s trademark big band style! Along with all of your Yuletide favorites, you’ll delight to classic 30s and 40s hits from “In the Mood,” and “Tuxedo Junction,” to “Chattanooga Choo Choo” and “Moonlight Serenade.”