Meyer Season 2013-2014
Meyer Theatre 2013-2014 Season
The 2013-14 Meyer Theatre season ticket series includes five shows of music and comedy. The full season package of 5 shows is on sale Friday, May 17 for $175. Season tickets may be purchased by calling Cindy Rasmussen at 920.676.8883 or email at CindyR@pmiwi.com.
Steve March-Torme “Snap, Sizzle, Pop!” – Saturday, September 14, 8pm
Son of the legendary Mel Torme, Steve’s show doesn’t disappoint with finger-snapping jazz standards and enduring pop tunes presented in captivating, charismatic style by a singer whose extraordinary voice both smolders and electrifies. Steve’s brand of pop-jazz is served up with wit, charm and warmth that leaves your heart singing. Presented by 91.1 The Avenue.
Debby Boone “Swing This” – Friday, October 18, 8pm
Nothing puts Debby in a party mood like a classic swing tune. Now, with “Swing This,” you get Debby’s take on the joyful, exhilarating swing songs that inspired her to become a singer—arranged by John Oddo, the best in the business, and performed by a killer band. It’s the party she’s been waiting her whole life to throw!
Jim Belushi & Chicago Board of Comedy – Thursday, November 7, 8pm
After many TV stints including “Saturday Night Live” and “According to Jim,” Belushi is thrilled to be back to his improv roots with this incredibly talented and hilarious group of actors. He’s also well known for singing, dancing and playing harmonica in the Blues Brothers with Dan Aykroyd. Presented by Schneider National Foundation.
Dan St. Paul in “What’s Funny After 50?” – Thursday, January 16, 2014, 8pm
After headlining San Francisco clubs in the comedy duo Murphy-St.Paul, Dan launched out on his own with a solo act and has appeared on several episodes of A&E’s “An Evening at the Improv,” VH-1, MTV and FOX “Comic Strip Live.” He has opened for such superstars as Jerry Seinfeld and Garry Shandling.
The Temptations – Sunday, March 2, 2014, 8pm
For more than forty years, The Temptations have prospered, propelling popular music with sold-out performances throughout the world and a series of smash hits including “The Way You Do The Things You Do” and ”My Girl.” The history of The Temptations is the history of contemporary American pop! Presented by Wisconsin Public Service.
Individual event ticket sales will begin on Friday, August 9 at 11 a.m.
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