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Bud Forrest, Creator and Producer. Dates are being added daily so call BAND to see if we are coming to a theatre near you. It was the last time that all Americans were listening and dancing to the same kind of music.
With our live sensational 13 piece String of Pearls Big Band Orchestra and our fabulous IN THE MOOD Singers and Dancers, the great melodies and lyrics that are still with us today are presented in a musical revue that is jazzy, sentimental, rhythmic, nostalgic and patriotic — all happening at the same time. You must. See this show, and you will not only increase your musical knowledge repertoire, but you will feed your soul! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by SGFid from Never a dull moment with John Otway I took two completely innocent friends to see John Otway one slighty too young to remember his brief but glorious time at the top, the other a visiting Spaniard trusting they would be won over by his irrepressible self-belief, unique style and barn-storming stage presence.
Sure enough, once the bemusement of sitting next to the band in the bar for a considerable length of time while they prepared for the gig had passed, they were both blown away by the performance. As usual at one point John sent his shirt buttons flying as he dramatically exposed his still incredibly lithe body, so I picked up a couple at the end and gave them to my friends as a memento, just in case they ever doubted their bizarre memories of the night.
Foo Foo Fest is big fun, with events of high artistic and cultural caliber, delivered with a hefty dose of Southern sophistication. From the hustle and bustle of the Cordova Mall area to the brick-paved sidewalks of Downtown to miles and miles of shoreline…museums, outdoor activities, fine dining, festivals, concerts, and award-winning sugar-white beaches.
Some of the most pristine beaches in the world, in fact, are along the barrier islands that are home to Pensacola Beach and Perdido Key. Beach and the Travel Channel. So if you want to get a little more fancy then necessary and act a fool and eat some great food on a pristine beach whilst listening to some superb music you need to make your way to Pensacola for the Foo Foo festival.
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The building was constructed with brick from three local brickyards. The granite used in the construction came from a quarry approximately two miles outside of the city limits. In connection with the hall were a ticket office, a "green room", a cloakroom, and three dressing rooms. The building had a tower feet high featuring a clock which was 90 feet from the ground. A gas lighting system was installed with a reflector, or "sun burner", for added brilliance. Drop curtains and seven scenes or sets for the stage were available.
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One scene, a landscape, survived to the late 20th century. The Opera House quickly became known as "the entertainment center of the Midlands". On its stage appeared touring companies of New York plays, minstrel and variety shows, famed vocalists and lecturers, magicians and mind readers, novelty acts and boxing exhibitions.
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Silent "moving pictures" were shown at the Opera House in the early s. A "Thomas Edison Talkie" was presented in the late teens. It used a phonograph record for sound. Slowly, movies replaced the big stage shows, and in the s the Opera House was remodeled as a movie theater.
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A six million dollar interior renovation was begun in An additional 10, square feet was added to the original building in order to create a full theatrical production facility. Come join us on November 5th.
Steeped in history, the Charleston Music Hall is one of the oldest buildings on the block. The Gothic Revival Style building originally had a three story tower which projected into John Street and a main entrance large enough to admit a train.
see The Tower Depot was one of several buildings — passenger and freight depots, warehouses, locomotive and car manufacturing repair shops, and other facilities. The architect, Edward C. Jones decorated the building with projecting turrets, traceried lancet windows, pointed arch niches, sunken panels, and heavy doors. To complete this romantic allusion, there were even simulated arrow slots, as if yeoman were quartered in the tower to defend the building from assault. The Music Hall had a short tenure as a passenger depot and was closed down in Following the Civil War, the Charleston Bagging Manufacturing Company, which made woven fiber bags for cotton, began building complex mills around the vicinity and bought the Music Hall on February 6, , to include in their factory.
The space was converted into offices and shops on the first floor and storage on the second floor with a spinning room and card room in the back. However, the Charleston earthquake of August 31, destroyed the three story tower and most of the building was torn down with the rest being used for storage.
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The Bagging Company closed during the Great Depression in the s, and the building passed into the hand of the Chicco family. They created a first class performance space that retained its original historical Charleston style aesthetic. Since opening its doors, the Music Hall has hosted a myriad of acts including top performers such as, David Byrne and Joan Baez.