Beehive - The 60s Musical.
If you live anywhere close to Fort Worth, TX book your tickets now. This show is a must see. I've talked about the Jubilee Theater in downtown Fort Worth before. It's the little theater with big voices. I've never seen a bad show, and Beehive
proved to be a blast.
It's a trippy look at all the great women who made 60s music so fun, energetic, thoughtful, and enjoyable. Your toes will tap, your hands will clap. From the Chiffons to the Shirelles, to Supremes, from Aretha to Cher to Tina. Petula Clark, Dusty Springfield, and Lulu. And a final Janis Joplin song. The young ladies in the show pulled out all the stops in vocals, choreography, humor, and grace.
Kyndal, Jenna, Ayanna, Devin, Nikka, and Mattie - they sang their hearts out.
A very special shout out to Kyndal Robertson for channeling her Tina Turner - that number was lights out fantastic.
Tease that hair, go back in your time machine, sit back, and enjoy Beehive - The 60s Musical
The Jubilee pulls off another awesome live show.
Hi Joanne - looks to be a fun show ... and great to be near by to visit. The 60s had some amazing music ... cheers HilaryReplyDelete
I loved the music. Talented singersDelete
Sure sounds like a grand show with plenty of fun music in towReplyDelete
It was an excellent afternoonDelete
Now Joanne that is just what I would love to see. That was my era and boy what an era it was. Thanks for the post cheered me no end.ReplyDelete
I was age 2-11 but was still influenced by that era. I wanted to be Diana Ross. Glad I perked up your dayDelete
I would love that musical! Sounds terrific.ReplyDelete
Have a super weekend, kiddo. Keep cool!
thanks. Yep - you'd be singing alongDelete
That is some awesome music too!!! Sweet!ReplyDelete
I still have tunes in my headDelete
Sounds wonderful! If it were playing near me, I'd go see it.ReplyDelete
The Jubilee here does it up rightDelete
I remember seeing those hairstyles from my mom's old photos.ReplyDelete
I was a kid but I remember them. My mother did not have a beehiveDelete