A Hot Time In The Ol’ Town Saturday Night


It’s still cold outside but there will be a hot time in the ol’ town Saturday night when the rollicking big band sounds ofLadies Must Swing come to town, sponsored by Cooperative Care, The Waushara Argus, Gary Christensen – State Farm Insurance, and McComb/Bruchs PAC Inc.This show promises memorable music, great musicians, and lots of fun.

Capturing the essence of the nearly forgotten “Girl Bands” of World War II, the 18 women in the award winningLadies Must Swing bop their way through a roaring repertoire of 20th century dance classics.  With musical and professional backgrounds as varied as the players themselves the ladies, ages 20-60, enliven wartime classics, celebrate the contributions of female composers and arrangers, and belt out a smokin’ foxtrot.  Ladies Must Swing puts audiences In the Moodfor a Sentimental Journey to Route 66, scattering Stardust and creating Mood Indigo because …. Swing they must!

A Silvercryst dinner package is also available before the 7:00 PM show.

Upcoming Wautoma area school events include the High School Spring Play “The Curious Savage” March 13 at 7:00 pm and March 14 at 1:00 and 7:00 PM.  The Wautoma High School Choir Masterworks Concert will be March 24th; and the Parkside Choirs Concert March 26th.

Now is a great time to mark you calendar for the many other events coming to your PAC this spring.  The internationally famous vocal show group The Nylons will be performing on March 28th – The Nylonshave seven gold and six platinum recordings. On Saturday, May 9th you can enjoy the jazzy, bluesy, swingin’ sounds of Randy Sabien and his new 8 piece Fiddlehead Band.  Tickets for the Randy Sabienshow would be a terrific idea for a Mother’s day gift!

Area children can also mark their calendars for July 13 through 18, when Prairie Fire Children’s Theatrewill be coming to town to produce Alice In Wonderland with local youth ages 7 and up.  Watch this column for more details in coming weeks!

Tickets for Ladies Must Swing and The Curious Savage, The Nylons, and Randy Sabien are available at your McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center located at 514 S. Cambridge St., Wautoma.  The box office is open Monday through Friday, 10:00 am until 2:00 pm and from 3:00 pm until show time the day of the show.  Tickets may be ordered by phone at (920) 787-2189, or toll-free at (888) 987-2189, Visa, MasterCard and Discover are accepted.  Group and student discounts are available.  Check out our website at www.mccombbruchspac.com for more information.

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