Wisconsin Singers coming to PHS

The Wisconsin Singers, featuring the most talented performers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will perform Jan. 23 at Plymouth High School.

They will present “So Classic!” a Broadway-caliber show for the whole family written by Robert Dietz (arranger for NBC’s “The Sing Off!”) and choreographed by Broadway professionals. The one-night-only appearance is hosted by Momentum, the PHS show choir, which will do a workshop with the Wisconsin Singers and then open the performance for them that evening.

The show will begin at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 23 in the PHS Auditorium, 125 Highland Ave. Reserved-seat tickets cost $15 for adults and $10 for students and are available in the PHS office. Proceeds will benefit Momentum Show Choir.

The Wisconsin Singers - featuring the most talented UW singers, dancers and instrumentalists - have represented the UW as “Official Ambassadors of Goodwill” since 1967. Their 48th season show, “So Classic!” is a high-energy performance featuring more than 60 songs from timeless legends like Tony Bennett and Michael Jackson as well as from such current pop icons as Justin Timberlake and One Direction. Attendees will enjoy Broadway classics from “Miss Saigon,’ “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” and “Music Man.” Children of all ages will laugh aloud at Snoopy singing “Suppertime” and enjoy Pinocchio rejoicing in “I Got No Strings!” The celebrated Singers band will rock the house with a tribute to ABBA and an impressive medley of jazz classics. Badger fans won’t want to miss the Singers’ rendition of the Fifth Quarter where audiences sing “Varsity,” and dance to “Tequila,” “Jump Around” and “Teach Me How to Bucky.”

For more information, visit www.plymouth.k12.wi.us or call the PHS office at (920) 893-6911.

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