With more than fifty performers taking the stage, seasonal extravaganza Home for the Holidays promises extra punch this year. “I liken it to a New York spectacular; the scale of it really makes it special,” says Katie Maltais, spokeswoman for the Christmas variety show.
Denver First Lady Mary Louise Lee will share the microphone with Sheryl Renee, professional Frank Sinatra impersonator Derek Evilcizor, Frankie Valli tribute group the Jerseys and a choir of singers of all ages.
Performers will “ice skate” on stage to holiday songs that take viewers through time, with material that spans the repertoires of artists from the Andrews Sisters to Mariah Carey. And the Broncos Stampede Drumline is sure to bring plenty of energy, along with the modern street choreography of America’s Best Dance Crew favorites BreakEFX.
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Home for the Holidays opens tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the Lone Tree Arts Center, 10075 Commons Street in Lone Tree; additional showtimes vary through the weekend. For information and tickets, $29 to $54, call 303-720-509-1000 or visit www.lonetreeartscenter.org.
Dec. 18-23, 2012