Carnie, Wendy and Chynna are back performing as Wilson Phillips! The trio’s 1990 debut album was an instant hit, selling over 10 million copies and scoring three #1 singles. That same year they won a Billboard Music Award and were nominated for five Grammy Awards and two American Music Awards. In 2011, they had a cameo in the movie Bridesmaids and appeared in their own reality show the following year. In 2015, they sang backup on FourFiveSeconds from Rihanna’s album Anti.
International superstar and multiple Grammy® Award-winner Olivia Newton-John is best known for her role as Sandy in the #1 hit movie musical, Grease (“You’re the One that I Want,” “Summer Nights”). With ten #1 hits, 15 Top-10 singles and over 100 million albums sold, she is one of the most successful recording artists of all time. Reminisce as she performs songs from Grease and Xanadu, hits from her country music career and chart-toppers from the music-video era.
Breakout your bell-bottom jeans and tie-dye shirts, because this show’s gonna be out of sight! The Happy Together tour celebrates the music of the ’60s and ’70s with six classic bands playing their biggest hits.
A teenage girl learns about love, responsibility and how to do the Dirty Boogie in this coming-of-age box office hit.
Whether he’s putting his own spin on a chart-topping hit or launching into an epic solo, contemporary jazz saxophonist Dave Koz has a way of awakening and stirring the soul. The multi-Grammy® nominee and platinum-selling artist has had nine #1 albums on Billboard’s Contemporary Jazz Albums chart and, in 2009, received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Larry Graham is best known as the bass player in Sly & the Family Stone and later the front man in Graham Central Station. The funk legend invented the slap bass technique, which influenced everyone from Marcus Miller to Flea.
The popular board game with the same name comes alive in this zany comedy-murder mystery. Delightfully ingenious and funny, this classic Hollywood whodunit has it all – gags and one liners, silly slapstick and double entendres, plus murder, suspense and secret passageways! The superb cast includes Christopher Lloyd, Martin Mull, Michael McKean, Madeline Kahn and the priceless Tim Curry, who steals scene after scene with his comedic delivery and facial expressions. If you love detective movies, “Clue” will keep you guessing – and laughing – all the way to the very end.
An oddball comedy that became a cultural phenomenon, “Wayne’s World” is known for its silliness and memorable catch phrases like “Party on,” “Excellent,” “Schwing!” and of course, “We’re Not Worthy! We’re Not Worthy!”
One day, he’s a bow-tied, nerdy archaeologist. The next, a resourceful hero with an attitude. Harrison Ford skillfully brings Indiana Jones to life with a little bit of Bogie and the Duke in him.
After nearly 900 performances on stage, the hit Broadway musical hit the big screen in 1962. With its glorious production and gorgeous music and dancing, “The Music Man” is one of the sunniest, classic musicals under the sun!
Blues Brothers on the big screen – This musical comedy has become a cult classic with its crazy antics, ridiculous car chases (they destroyed 103 cars) and memorable one-liners. Jake and Elwood Blues are backed by the hardest working band in Chicago and perform some of the tightest blues and soul around. Special cameos by Cab Calloway, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, James Brown and more!
Blooze Brothers live! – Following the movie is a concert by Chicago’s premiere show band. This high-powered, 11-piece group dazzles audiences with their soulful revue of Motown, R&B, classic rock and of course, the music and antics of the original Blues Brothers! Sure to be a hand-clappin’, foot-stompin’ good time! Look for the Bloozemobile parked near The Genesee Theatre entrance.