It’s Showtime at the GMA
Shoji Tabuchi brings his family show to the GMA Stage December 10. Courtesy photo
Set to perform on the Greenville Municipal Auditorium (GMA) stage November 11 is “My Funny Valentine” celebrating romantic stage and screen songs. Ireland’s foremost trumpeter Niall O’Sullivan and international award-winning vocalist Shona Henneberry, along with piano accompaniment, perform showbiz favorites like “Moon River,” “Stardust,” and “My Funny Valentine.”
November 16 at the GMA features the Dallas Symphony Orchestra with “A Bernstein Tribute.” In its 45th season, the concert is conducted by Rei Hotoda, bringing Leonard Bernstein’s legacy to life with his landmark work from West Side Story, Candide, On the Town, and more.
The GMA presents the Sherman Symphony Orchestra Christmas Pops Center at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, December 6. Holiday favorites include “Sleigh Ride” and the audience is invited to sing along and to play along with “guess the movie or TV show” tunes.
“A Christmas With Shoji” returns to the GMA December 10. Branson’s legendary Shoji Tabuchi along with his family presents a high energy, family variety show. Shoji has been featured on 60 Minutes and Good Morning America and played for presidents and dignitaries around the world. He’s performed on the Grand Ole Opry an impressive 27 times and played with many country greats including Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, and George Jones.
The Nutcracker is presented by Studio A Dance Co. at the GMA Sunday, December 16. This annual tradition has students and parents dancing their way through the holiday classic including favorite characters The Mouse King and The Sugar Plum Fairy.
For tickets or more information visit showtimeatthegma.com or call (903) 457-3126.