Arts Alive has announced its performance lineup for the 2022-2023 series of on-stage seasons, which begins next month.
Performances will all take place at the Robinson/Olsson Civic Auditorium and Fine Arts Center in West Point.
The season’s series kicks off September 17 with Atlantic City Boys. Their show is a blend of world-class voice acting and interactive comedy that has been performed in Las Vegas, Walt Disney World, and Atlantic City, as well as on cruise ships around the world. The show’s tunes include harmonies from the Beach Boys, Drifters, BeeGees and Frankie Valli.
Other performances include:
October 29: The Everly Set – lead singers Sean and Jack keep Phil and Don Everly’s vocal sound alive with renditions of “Wake-Up Little Susie” “When Will I Be Loved” and more.
November 19: Hits & Grins — these Grammy-nominated country songwriters feature songs originally written for artists like George Strait, Joe Nichols, Ray Stevens and Alabama.
March 25: Divas 3 – a Las Vegas harmony trio performing hits from artists like Cher, Dolly Parton and Whitney Houston.
April 29: Chester Gregory — a rhythm and blues tribute to Jackie Wilson by an award-winning actor and singer who performed on Broadway in Hairspray and starred in Motown the Musical.
Visit the Arts Alive website at artsaliveinc.org/events to buy tickets and learn more about the artists. Adult tickets are $30, seniors are $23, and students are $10.
Season passes are also available, which include five additional shows with Arts Alive’s reciprocal sister, Concerts by The Bay, and an invitation to an exclusive annual reception. The cost of membership is $120 for adults, $105 for seniors and $25 for students.
Arts Alive is a non-profit organization devoted to the arts, offering live performances, two summer camps, scholarships, art exhibitions and art workshops.