“Red Carpet Melodies” Coming to the Wilson Center Auditorium on May 11th!

Coming soon to Wilson Center Auditorium in St Johns,“Red Carpet Melodies: Movie Music for the Young at Heart” – a Starlight Dinner Theatre encore presentation…

Experience the magic of favorite movie music throughout the decades as Starlight Theatre presents a special encore of their Red Carpet Melodies revue, May 11 at Wilson Center Auditorium. (The revue originally ran February 8-10 at Starlight’s home venue in Lansing and is directed by Dan Templin and Kelly Sandula-Gruner). The cast of vocalists will salute Hollywood with award-winning songs from the American Film Institute’s Top 100: Moon River, Over the Rainbow, As Time Goes By, 42nd Street, Singin’ In the Rain, Luck Be a Lady, All That Jazz and many more! Classic movie snippets are shown before many of the numbers, sure to stir nostalgia and smiles. Featured singers: Colleen Runyan Bethea, Chris Bethea, Kelly Skehan Bitz, Bill Henson, Ellen Marco Hoard, Alaina Humphrey, Elizabeth Welch Johnson, Charlie Russel Martin, Kelly Sandula-Gruner, David Sincox, Dan Templin and Martin Underhill. Choreographer Fran Norton Ludington shows off her dancing skills on several numbers, along with Michael Chan – affectionately dubbed “Lansing’s Gene Kelly”. Pianist James Geer leads a talented group of instrumentalists: Tess Miller, flute; Jack Mumma, upright bass; and James Flanagan, drums. Don’t miss this special night of fun and movie memories! The show begins at 7:00p and follows the Eat Healthy–Eat Local festival in downtown St Johns.

Admission is $10, at the door.

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