Newberry Opera House Presents: Hooray for Hollywood | Arts & Culture
Take an nostalgic journey through the most popular movie musicals of the last 50 years. Featuring a cast of 14 wonderful singers and dancers, a 6 piece band live on stage, and over 300 costume changes, enjoy film clips of your favorite movies from Singing in the Rain and The Glenn Miller Story to Grease, Dirty Dancing, and Titanic. Hooray for Hollywood sings and dances its way through over 30 songs including Staying Alive, All that Jazz, Dancing Queen, Jailhouse Rock, and many more! Watch as lights, camera, action unfolds on the Newberry Opera House stage on Tuesday, March 12th at 3 (Limited seating) and 8pm.
It's the all singing, all dancing Movie Musical Hooray for Hollywood - You will see film clips of your favorite movies, and then watch the action unfold, live on stage, as the wonderful cast of singers and dancers perform the greatest song and dance from the greatest movies, featuring an eight-piece LIVE band! "Hooray for Hollywood" has the audience singing and dancing along in their seats for a fun-filled performance that is visually stunning and literally, music to the ears.
Featuring highlights from famous movies such as from Singing in the Rain, Grease, Titantic, Footloose, and some of your favorite Disney Classics.
Over 30 Songs including: Singing in the Rain, In the Mood, Staying Alive, What a Feeling, All That Jazz, My Heart Will Go On, Diamonds are Forever, Supercalifragilistic, Dancing Queen, Jailhouse Rock, and many more!
Come celebrate over 50 years of Hollywood’s Greatest Movie Musicals of all time!
Tickets are available at the Newberry Opera House box office, Limited seats availble for the 3pm showing. For reservations, call 803-276-6264 or visit our website www.newberryoperahouse.com.
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