The Oconto Falls Friends of the Arts are proud to present THE WISCONSIN SINGERS – with Opening Act ENCORE! as part of their 2017-2018 Fine Arts Series. The performance will take place on Friday, October 27, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. in the Falls Area Performing Arts Center, located in Oconto Falls High School.
UW-Madison’s most talented singers, dancers and instrumentalists, the Wisconsin Singers, will take the stage at with a Broadway-caliber show that promises to entertain your whole family. You won’t want to miss the Wisconsin Singers newest show, Can’t Stop Dancing! With more than sixty songs from timeless legends like Sam Cooke and Fred Astaire, to current pop icons such as Black Eyed Peas and Taylor Swift, you’ll enjoy every minute of this high energy show. Broadway fans will love well-known numbers from 42nd Street, Hairspray, and Dear Evan Hansen; while kids of all ages will enjoy moments from Sesame Street, and the Mighty Power Rangers.
The celebrated Singers band rocks the house with an impressive medley of a tribute to 50 years of band features and a tribute to big band swing. Badger fans will love the Singers’ rendition of the famous Fifth Quarter where audiences sing Varsity and dance to Jump Around. This performance features area singers and dancers representing grades 5-12 in ENCORE!
Tickets are $20 for adults and $12 for students. Tickets may be purchased online at www.ocontofallsfriendsofthearts.com, by mail, or at the door. This event is sponsored by the Oconto Falls Friends of the Arts with additional sponsorship provided by ST Paper and Neva Hodge Lemorande. For more information, call (920) 848-7469/(920) 848-SHOW.
Amy Thiel, Choral Director
Oconto Falls High School
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