The Australian Bee Gees Show Makes Chicago Debut
Apr 30, 2013
Broadway In Chicago is thrilled to announce The Australian Bee Gees Show will make its Chicago premiere at the Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place (175 East Chestnut) for a limited four-week engagement, July 9 to Aug. 4, 2013.
From the producers that brought you RAIN - A Tribute to The Beatles, the show that saw its days performing on cruise ships to becoming an internationally acclaimed Broadway show and Let It Be, London's West End production, Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience, PFX - The Pink Floyd Experience, Annerin Productions and co-producer SPI Entertainment, a prominent theatrical production company both in and out of Las Vegas, presents The Australian Bee Gees Show, a celebration of one of the most influential and famous musical groups of all time.
Their record breaking music is captivated on stage with mesmerizing resemblance in sound and mannerisms.
Get ready for the new Australian Bee Gees Show, a multimedia theatrical concert experience that takes a nostalgic trip through the legacy the Bee Gees left behind while celebrating over four decades of the infectious music written by the Gibb brothers. Together for more than 17 years, The Australian Bee Gees Show has mastered the look, sound and personality of the adored trio, while cementing their reputation as the world's leading Bee Gees show.
The Australian Bee Gees Show captures unsurpassed and state of the art sound, live camera images, and vivid graphics that will get you dancin' on your feet. From early hits (Massachusetts, New York Mining Disaster 1941, To Love Somebody) to later classics (Stayin' Alive and You Should Be Dancin') this show will have you reliving your favorite Bee Gees moments.
Some Bee Gees Facts: The Bee Gees are one of the top five of the most successful recording artists of all time alongside the Beatles, McCartney, Elvis and Michael Jackson. Having sold more than 220 million records worldwide, the Bee Gees are still proving that their music is Stayin' Alive and have had at least 2,500 artists record their songs.
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