It just wouldn't be Valentine's Day without a good dose of romantic hits from stage and screen. In fact, it isn't! It's actually a week before Valentine's Day, but Saturday night, Feb. 7th at 8:00, Broadway headliners Melissa Errico and Stephen Buntrock will join the KSO to present a treasure trove of movie and musical theater hits. I said it back in August, and I'll say it again here: your date will be really impressed when you are a full week early in beginning your Valentine's Day celebration. (Feb. 7th is actually Saint Colette's Day, according to the Franciscan calendar, and according to more than one source, it's both “Wave All Your Fingers At Your Neighbor Day” and “Ice Cream For Breakfast Day”).
And which hits, I hear you asking? Well, ok! The Guys and Dolls of the KSO will be Taking a Chance on The Music of the Night, and then a Wonderful Guy who's Got Rhythm is going to come out and pose the sad question, “Where Is the Life That Late I Led?” Perhaps The Summer Knows. That's All He'll Ask of You, though, and next thing you know 76 Trombones will be Getting Married Today! Haha, not really, but I Dreamed a Dream that There Once Was a Man who let Luck Be his Lady. Poor guy, Anything You Can Do to help him would be appreciated.
Just to let you know, there is an Ice Bears game next door at the Coliseum at the same time as our show, so allow a little extra time for parking.