Fri 12/13 @ 8PM
Sat 12/14 @ 2PM
Sun 12/15 & Mon 12/16 @ 7PM
Once again, Bill Rudman and the gang from The Musical Theater Project bring their holiday cabaret back to Lorain’s Stocker Arts Center and Nighttown in Cleveland Heights.
Rudman, Nancy Maier, Joe Monaghan and Bridie Carroll will perform such seasonal standards as “Let It Snow,” Winter Wonderland,” “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” “Frosty the Snowman” and many, many more, while sharing the stories behind the songs and the composers who wrote them. And the audience will be invited to join in on Irving Berlin’s 1942 “White Christmas,” first performed by Bing Crosby mere weeks after Pearl Harbor was bombed. It became a World War II hit, with young men stationed overseas “dreaming of a White Christmas, just like the ones I used to know.”
Tickets for the two Stocker Center concerts are $20; tickets for the Nighttown shows, now in their 12th year, are $35. Of course, food and drink will be available at Nighttown, as usual.