White Rock, Canada
This is a celebration of the music of the 60's, 70's, and 80's. Fast paced and good fun. The show has a variety of performances from dancing to signing, instrumentalists doing solos - and comedy. They have a deal if you go to a second show you get good tickets for the second show for only $15 each. Excellent value. The theatre has very comfy seats. Loads of parking, easy access, and excellent light show and sound system.
Roxboro, North Carolina
This show is advertised as "Good Vibrations: music from the 60s, 70s, and 80s. How can that be with not one Beach Boys tune ??? For nearly 40 dollars, I had to wear ear plugs, have a headache from strobe lights in my eyes, and music that represented mostly heavy metal, head banging genres of those years. The singers were certainly talented, some much more than others. The tap dance group All That ! were excellent, though the production had mics on the stage (so you could actually hear the tapping) in only one of the 4-5 numbers they did. Sad, cause you can't appreciate what they are doing as much if you can't hear their feet. The other thing that was disheartening to me was the great numbers in the show, made famous by African American artists, were all presented by white performers. Have yet to hear a white person do a Tina Turner, or Whitney Houston, song justice. Having seen African American artists cover those songs so much better, one must wonder why this show has none in the cast. Just a very disappointing evening for me, fuddy-duddy that I am.
Most definitely one of the best shows at the beach along with it's sister show the Carolina Opry, always enjoy and am amazed by all the talent in one spot.
My boys loved the girls of course and my daughter liked watching all the dance moves, and it was a blast watching them have a ball. Would go back next time we make it out that way
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