In the Mood: Tribute to the Kings of Swing
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The last date listed for In the Mood was Thursday April 2, 2015 / 7:00pm.
About In the Mood
"In the Mood" takes the greatest hits of the Swing Era and brings them on the road in a high-energy live show that re-creates defining moments from the 1930s and 40s. Relive the happy-go-lucky era ... Read more
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Judy Sunderland
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Authentic and energetic! Impressive movement and song, expressive narration and just a touch of humor. The salute to our active military and vets at the end of the show was very moving. My husband and I plan on going again, when the show comes back, and we will take a few friends.
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If you are a big band fan or a fan of the big band era music you willl find this a very enjoyable evening. There is even a added dose of patriotism provided is a very smooth fashion as the production salutes the armed forces whose battles framed...continued
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About the Ticket Supplier: Artbeat
Artbeat began with a love of music. From studying the piano at the age of five, to learning the acoustic bass and hearing Thelonius Monk as a teenager in New York, that love eventually grew to encompass all the performing arts. And there lay the origin of Artbeat.
Artbeat is a not-for-profit arts presenting organization that was formed by David Shaw in Ashland, Oregon in 1987. In addition to seven tours of ’Ain’t Misbehavin’,’ Artbeat also toured ‘A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline’ and ‘Shirley Valentine,’ starring Helen Reddy.
Presenting world music, dance and jazz in 40 West Coast communities, Artbeat is committed to bringing the very best in cultural entertainment to communities that appreciate the arts but may be off the beaten track and under-served.
Artbeat renovated and presented in Oregon’s Old Ashland Armory, and raised funds for the Historic Everett Theater restoration. Preserving a community’s interest in the arts and it’s theatrical facilities is crucial to sustaining a community’s culture and vitality.