Some friends and I have season tickets to our local dinner theater - a fun place called the Midtown Arts Center. We've been members for years, and have attended so many wonderful performances there. We've seen everything from "Cats" to "Aida" to "The Buddy Holly Story." One of the things I enjoy about our dinner theater is that the actors are often also the wait staff, so you get to talk to them before the show and during the intermission.
Last week, we saw a show called "Million Dollar Quartet."
It's a show based on the true story of four famous musicians getting together in a recording studio for just one day back in 1956 and playing music together. Even though quite a bit of the music was from "before my time" (lol!) it was still fabulous, especially because the four actors on stage played all of the music themselves and they were so good!!!
My husband doesn't go along for these shows, but I can talk him into getting tickets for other performances now and then. Our favorite is Jersey Boys, which we've seen twice in Las Vegas, and also enjoyed the movie.
There is nothing like a show or movie that you can sing along with! Here are a few of our favorites:
Coming up this spring, Midtown Dinner Theater is performing the show, "Hair!" This will be a first for me! :)
As always, a big "Thank you!" to LeeAnna at Not Afraid of Color for inspiring me to think about the good things in life and post about them every Thursday. Be sure to check out LeeAnna's Thursday post, too!