The Robson Performing Arts Center has plans for you on Valentine’s Day. You can’t miss this show full of laughs, gorgeous gospel music and delicious pie from Claremore’s own The Pink House. Those four musical misfits are back for three performances. AL-lelluia: The Four Guys Named AL gospel musical! Set at the fictitious Blueberry Mountain Jubilee Music Festival, the guys discover that tragically all the famous gospel groups scheduled to perform have been sent to glory off of Muffintop Mountain. Now its up to our four friends to save the festival and give the show of a lifetime! Fast and funny, these guys deliver a “…toe-tapping, laugh-out-loud hit,” while singing their way through over 60 of gospel music’s most loved tunes. Don’t miss this show the Durant Daily called a “…heavenly hit!”
“These four massively talented performers brought their Christmas show, Al Be Home for Christmas and I am thrilled to have them back again,” exclaims Executive Director Ruby Quinn. The show will take place in the PAC’s Black Box Theatre where it’s converted into a charming dessert theatre space. “You can enjoy some pie as you watch the show, or there is also seating to enjoy the show only,” states Quinn, “with tickets ranging from $10 to $25, and three performances on February 14th and 15th; this is the perfect show to bring your mom, your family, and your valentine!”
The four performers, Dell McLain, Jeremy Blackwood, Aaron Adair and Corey King are not only the creators of the Four Guys Named Al productions, they are the original performers. Originally hailing from Durant, Oklahoma under the auspices of Southeastern Oklahoma State University, these performers have created a huge hit with such gospel favorites as How Great Thou Art to modern classics like Because He Lives. Show times are February 14th at 7pm, February 15th at 2pm and 7pm.
Come by the box office at the Robson Performing Arts Center or give them a call at 918-923-4290 for tickets.