Still hesitating about how to spend your time next week? Well, why not to visit the brilliant theatre performances of the eminent directors and watch the wonderful acting of celebrated actors? Here below you can choose a piece according to your taste and cheer!
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Grand Ole Opry – Rhonda Vincent
Wanna refresh in mind the fervent tunes of country music and watch the acknowledged and rising stars? Welcome to Grand Ole Opry House to enjoy the inimitable spirit of live performance. Prominent songstress Rhonda Vincent will perform the hits which surely awake an echo in the hearts of listeners.
Wade your cares away and visit the show of that prominent actor and stand-up comedian. Jerry seems to be born with that specific smile, and his ability to infect the audience with high spirits is really remarkable. Great option to spend Saturday time!
Julianne and Derek Hough: Move Live on Tour
One can probably hardly find a person who would stay indifferent watching the lively and driving dances of consummate professionals. Derek and Julianne Hough invite you to a true dancing festival. The program includes contemporary, tap and some hip hop. Moreover, Julianne Hough will perform her singing skills, and Derek will play his original instrumental music. Don’t miss this event!
Jim Gaffigan Show
If you roar with laughter watching the hilarious stand-up performances of that guy with remarkable appearance and extraordinary sense of humor, you definitely should visit his show in Las Vegas. Good-natured sturdy Jim Gaffigan will easily dispel your ennui (if any) and make you see ordinary things in some uncommon way. That will definitely charge you with the positive mood for quite a long time.
Book of Mormons
Looking for some satirical piece based on actual social events? Eugene O’Neil Theatre presents the masterpiece from the authors of Avenue Q and South Park animated series. This is a story about two Mormons who tried to proselytize the poorest people, but in vain. Having being shown for the first time on Broadway, this musical claimed for 14 theatre awards.