Music City Beat
incredible dance numbers, exquisite costumes and a heart warming story
that - despite it's name - actually has little to do with Christmas!
think it has a lot ot do with being thankful. So I think it's just as
much a Thanksgiving show as it is Christmas. It's not until the last
scene that it takes place on Christmas Eve" says cast member Ruth
What you see on stage is based on the 1954 movie, but the stage adaptation offers much more than you've ever seen on screen!
stage version has more music, more big dance numbers with the entire
company, fantastic tap routines that will knock your socks off and some
songs that aren't in the movie that are unknown" says Williamson.
The storyline follows two song and dance men who are coming to help save their former army buddy.
general has retired to an inn that isn't doing very well so these two
guys decide to put on a show in his barn and save the inn" says
And like with most musical comedy - there is some romance.
play Martha Watson who is the concierge of Inn, in which the general
owns. I am kind of his romantic interest" says Williamson.
The cast says that so far Nashville has been a great audience.
"They are so warm and lovely. We walked away floating on air after the show Tuesday night"
You too can join in on the family friendly, toe tapping fun, from now until Sunday night!
"It's check your mind at the door and come be entertained"
For ticket info just go to www.tpac.org
Wednesday, November 14 2012, 10:12 PM CST