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Backstage presents interactive theater at the Riverwalk

The Breckenridge Backstage Theatre will be presenting three interactive shows for the month of March.
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IF YOU GO

What: “Singalong Grease,” presented by the Breckenridge Backstage Theatre

When: Saturday, March 19, 7 p.m.

Where: Breckenridge Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Ave., Breckenridge

Cost: Advance tickets — $15 adult $12 youth. Includes a play along fun kit.

Day of show — $18 adult and $14 youth. Includes a play along fun kit

What: “The Jerseys,” presented by the Breckenridge Backstage Theatre

When: Saturday, March 26, 7 p.m.

Where: Breckenridge Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Ave., Breckenridge

Cost: All tickets are general admission: Online $25 adult, $10 youth, box office $27 adult, $10 youth

What: “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” presented by the Breckenridge Backstage Theatre

When: Friday, April 1, 7 p.m.

Where: Breckenridge Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Ave., Breckenridge

Cost: Advance tickets — $15 adult $12 youth. Includes a play along fun kit.

Day of show — $18 adult and $14 youth. Includes a play along fun kit

To order tickets, visit the BBT website at http://www.backstagetheatre.org or call (970) 453-0199. All tickets are plus a ticketing surcharge.

“Don’t just sit there, be a part of it” is the theme of the Breckenridge Backstage Theatre’s March events. All three events this month depend upon the audience getting involved.

“When the whole audience is playing along, it’s electrifying,” said Laurie Rambaud, Breckenridge Backstage Theatre board member, in a statement. “It is so much more than just watching a movie or concert. You can’t get this at home, the audience makes it an occasion. I am so glad we have such a wonderful venue like the Breckenridge Riverwalk Center to hold these community events in.”

These events are all one night only.

SING-A-LONG-A GREASE, MARCH 19

Have you ever been to a film musical and had the uncontrollable urge to burst into song?

Ever wanted to know what it’s like to be a T-bird or a Pink Lady but never quite felt cool enough to pull it off? Well, now is the chance to don those pink jackets, grease up those Pompadours and let inhibitions go.

The evening begins with the “Singalong Grease” host leading a vocal warm-up before showing how to use the free fun pack during the film and suggest some appropriate heckles and accompanying actions.

Then just sit back and watch Danny, Sandy and the gang, while singing (and dancing) along to the lyrics on the screen.

THE JERSEYS, MARCH 26

Back for a return engagement to Summit County. The Jerseys are experienced entertainers who know how to work an audience. Highly interactive and energetic, each song is a celebration. With catchy, toe-tapping songs like: “Sherry,” “Walk Like A Man,” “Rag Doll,” “Oh, What a Night,” “Stay,” and many more, this trip down memory lane is sure to please.

THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW, APRIL 1

In time to light up April Fool’s Day, it’s “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.” The campiest cult classic of all time and now you can enjoy it like never before. Now with Rocky Horror, you get on-screen lyrics and all the favorite sing-a-long features. A live host will lead through a warm-up and coach through the traditional heckles.

With Tim Curry as Frank ‘n’ Furter, Susan Sarandon as Janet, Richard O’Brien as Riff Raff and Meatloaf as Eddie, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” is the craziest, most action-packed, romantic, scary Transylvanian party of all time. It’s packed full of terrific numbers including “The Timewarp,” “Sweet Transvestite,” “There’s a Light,” “I’m Going Home,” “Whatever Happened To Saturday Night?” and “Science Fiction Double Feature.”

These events are fundraisers for the Breckenridge Backstage Theatre which has been homeless while the Breckenridge Theatre is under a $2.6 million dollar renovation by the town of Breckenridge. “Chicago” will be the first production in the newly remodeled theater opening June 17 and running through July 24.


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