Take a walk down memory lane where jazz, swing, and big bands fired up the dance floor! The Reagle Music Theatre presents ‘Remembering the 40’s’ packed with all the beloved times and entertainment of the era that can fit on one stage on Saturday, October 5 and Sunday, October 6 at 2 p.m.
‘Remembering the 40’s’ recalls the best, most monumental moments of the era that will swing into the evening featuring a salute to Rodgers and Hammerstein, the vibrant, classic sounds of Radio Hour, live performances by the Precision Dancers with 12 former Radio City Rockettes, and the music of World War II. War veterans are honored with free admission and are encouraged to wear their service attire or uniform for the occasion.
A few of the evening’s highlights will also include The Rexall Radio Hour, a U.S.O. show, a salute to America, 40s Broadway, old-time Hollywood, hilarious classic comedy routines, and dazzling musical numbers. The Precision dancers will hit the stage taking on classic tunes such as ‘Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy,’ ‘I’ll be Seeing You,’ ‘This is the Army,’ and ‘There is Nothing Like a Dame.’
All performances will be held at the Reagle Music Theatre, 617 Lexington Street in Waltham, Massachusetts. Visit www.reagletheatre.org or call 1-781-891-5600 for ticket information and to learn more about the Reagle Music Theatre.