Double Grande, a Valentine's Day Variety Show at The Grove
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The last date listed for Double Grande was Sunday February 14, 2010 / 6:00pm.
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Based on Ken Kesey's landmark novel -- later made into the iconic, Oscar-winning movie starring Jack Nicholson -- One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest follows Randle McMurphy, a small-time crook who fakes insanity to get out of a prison sentence. But instead of resting up at the state mental hospital, the rebellious yet charming McMurphy finds himself going toe-to-toe with the authoritarian Nurse Ratched as he attempts to stir up his fellow mental patients. The dynamics of live performance only heighten the tension between these two exquisitely drawn characters. Tough, touching and tragic, this American classic advocates poignantly for the dignity of every single person, no matter how "crazy" they might be. Learn More
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My guests and I really enjoyed the performance. These two musicians are not only talented but also got great sense of humour. Eventhogh the speakers could tone down a bit, the powerful performance made it all worthwhile. Also, the venue was very...continued
Deborah Johnson has performed the music of Andrew Lloyd Webber, Gershwin and other Broadway composers around the country to rave reviews. She has also been one of the first-call musicians for Disney and many other agencies for a number of years. Over a dozen albums and three original full-length musicals make Deborah a part of an elite group of unique female entertainers and composers in the world.
Wayland Pickard is a Television “Ace” Award Nominee for HBO, Cine Golden Eagle Award winner and a Billboard Song Finalist. He has been described by Jay Leno as a “sensational musician,” by Dick Van Dyke as “a great showman” and by Phyllis Diller as the "piano variety-artist of the decade.” Wayland has appeared on NBC’s Tonight Show, HBO and at Carnegie Hall. Wayland has also written three musicals and recorded four albums.