South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center Presents Four Guyz in Dinner Jackets
Lead tenor Don Lobacz takes a final bow before passing the mic to the new "guy." Friday, April 13, 7:30 p.m.
(South Milwaukee, WI)- South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center is proud to present Wisconsin’s premiere four-part harmony group, 4 Guyz in Dinner Jackets: Now in Technicolor on Friday, April 13. The Four Guyz look forward to honoring their lead tenor Don Lobacz as this show will be his final performance with the Guyz. Audience members will be introduced to the new “Guy” during the show as Don passes the microphone. All fans of the original Four Guyz and fans of the new foursome are invited to join us for this wonderful celebratory event!
About the show
Experience the sounds and sights of the Golden Age of Entertainment as stirring vocal harmony, comedy and captivating choreography combine to produce Four Guyz in Dinner Jackets brand new show Now in Technicolor. Whether you are a fan of classic doo-wop, pop, rock or bubble-gum, these Guyz will please the lover of time-honored Americana that spans the genres of the 50s through the 70s. The Four Guyz in Dinner Jackets succeeds in thrilling audiences with their high energy and dynamic shtick.
Wisconsin’s premiere four-part harmony group includes the sharp-suited foursome of Reginald T. Kurschner (high tenor), Don Lobacz (first tenor), Tommy Lueck (baritone), and Aaron Schmidt (bass) along with their live band. In Now in Technicolor, the Four Guyz revive musical memories from the 50s, 60s and 70s radio and TV. This high-octane show is delivered in the style expected from the Four Guyz, including charming choreography and comic banter. They’ve performed at numerous regional theatres throughout the midwest and appeared on Fox6’s WakeUp, WTMJ’s The Morning Blend, WISN’s Season To Celebrate Special, and WUWM’s Public Radio The Lake Effect.
Ticket prices are $25-$35 for adults, $20-$30 for seniors (60+), and $10-$20 for students (4 thru college). For tickets, visit www.southmilwaukeepac.org or call (414) 766-5049.
South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center (SMPAC) provides the greater Milwaukee and southeastern Wisconsin communities with creative, innovative and diverse performing arts. In addition to hosting an annual Performing Arts Series, SMPAC also serves the students of South Milwaukee and is a professionally-managed rental facility for presenters, organizations and groups. More than 500 performances, rehearsals, classes and other events take place at SMPAC annually. SMPAC was named the tri-city South Shore Chamber of Commerce “Business of the Year.” SMPAC was also voted one of the Top 5 Best Theatres in the Milwaukee A-List Contest in 2017 and 2016, with customer reviews such as “A great venue with fabulous events for all ages!” “Excellent and diverse touring artist performances showcased in a comfortable, friendly theatre away from the downtown crowds.” “There is not a bad seat in the house.”
The annual SMPAC Performing Arts Series is sponsored in part by the Avalon Theatre, Classic Cargo International Inc., Courtyard Marriott Milwaukee Airport, Sheridan House & Café, Skyline Catering & Express Deli, TASC Services LLC., and Ken Cook Co. Performances are supported in part by a grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of WI and the National Endowment for the Arts.
SMPAC is located inside of the South Milwaukee School District 6-12 campus, at 901 15th Avenue in South Milwaukee between College and Rawson Avenues. It is easily accessible from I-94 and 794. Free parking is located in the northwest parking lot. Patrons should enter door #9. For tickets or directions, call 414-766-5049. For more information, visit southmilwaukeepac.org.
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