Celebrate St. Patrick's Day With A Little Bit of Ireland
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The last date listed for A Little Bit of Ireland was Saturday March 15, 2014 / 7:00pm.
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Tribute artist Peter Mac has been acclaimed since 2002 for his remarkable portrayals of Judy Garland. Mac now celebrates Halloween with the legendary star of stage and screen. When Garland encounters Endora and Uncle Arthur from Bewitched and the witchy duo need to escape Salem -- and fast -- campy hijinks naturally ensue. Will Salem -- or Halloween -- ever be the same? Mac, a self-described "male actress," is known for his seriously fun and loving tributes to Garland, and was hailed for his performance by two of her most famous costars: Mickey Rooney and Margaret O'Brien. This hilarious show features both Garland's standards and songs of the spooky Halloween variety. Learn More
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What a fabulous evening of dance, song, and merriment! This show made all the Irish eyes in the audience smile! They had beautiful songs, great step dancing, fiddles, a harp orchestra, and a great humorist. I am putting this on my "I will do this again next year" list!
“May your thoughts be as glad as the shamrocks”
“May your heart be as light as a song.”
“May each day bring you bright, happy hours.”
“That stay with you all the year long.”
This show will stay with you all year long and make you smile each time you think of it again! Thank you!
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Great show, lots of fun. Very talented singers and dancers, and the comedian was hilarious. Great front row seats from Goldstar can't be beat. Just wish they had something besides ice cream during intermission, as I am lactose intolerant.
Hundreds of bewitching Irish songs fill the air on St. Patrick’s weekend when everyone is Irish! It’s Reagle’s hearfelt homage to an Emerald Isle – and it’s all “a little bit of heaven.”