Entertaining Roadshow Recalls Nostalgic and Patriotic Fun of the 1940s




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Experience an entertaining, authentic and award-winning stage show depicting the popular roadshows of the early 1940s to uplift the troops during World War II.

The “All Hands on Deck!” show features songs, dance, and laughs that America has continued to love three-quarters of a century later.

The slice of Americana comes to the Greenville Municipal Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. February 14  ̶  making it an ideal Valentine’s Day treat. The theater is at 2821 Washington Street, Greenville, Texas.

This homage to the days of Bob Hope and war-bond drives stars Broadway veterans Jody Madaras and Valerie Hill, and features a cast of New York voices, the rich sounds of the nine-piece live Hollywood Victory Caravan Big Band Orchestra, classic commercials, tight harmonies, Broadway-style tap dancing impromptu skits, an audience sing-along, and 42 of the greatest American songs ever written -- not to mention a full-circle patriotic salute to the American way of life.

It’s one night only, so get your tickets soon. Tickets are $20 or $30 and are available now at www.ShowtimeAtTheGMA.com or by calling (903) 457-3126.

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