Archive for April 30th, 2012

Brian Stinar’s: “Love Who You Love” (postponed until further notice)

June 23, 2012
2:00 pm
Brian just lost a dear friend this week and feels unable emotionally to perform his show and do it the justice it deserves.
We are going to reschedule at a later date.  Please check back.

A sweetly nostalgic and bawdy cabaret exploring a gay man’s romantic life journey.

A brilliant performer and singer, Brian Stinar has written a very personal show, a true labor of love.  Join us for the premiere performance of this delightful musical revue that celebrates romance, heartbreak and love through the eyes of a gay man.


Opera singer, pop singer, tenor, Brian Stinar has received critical acclaim for his gorgeous voice, “powerful vocal artistry” and “engaging stage presence.”  His career has spanned over 30 leading roles nationwide and he has graced stages ranging from Santa Fe to Graz, Austria.
His most recent regional appearances have included roles of Alfredo in “La Traviata” and Tamino in “Die Zauberflote” with Oklahoma Opera Theater, Don José in “Carmen” with Opera Theater of the Rockies, Canio in “I Pagliacci” and Manrico in “Il Trovatore” with Opera Fort Collins.  Equally at home on the concert stage, Stinar is heard in many pops concerts, musicals and oratorios ranging from Verdi’s “Requiem” to “Phantom of the Opera.”

The Pikes Peak Arts Council awarded Stinar the “2006 Best Solo Classical Music Performance” for his role as Calaf in “Turandot” with the Opera Theatre of the Rockies.

Come and enjoy an afternoon of songs and stories that explore the many bawdy, hysterical, and heartfelt facets of love.


Saturday, June 23rd – CANCELLED
Doors Open: 1:30pm
Showtime:  2pm
Tickets:  $15

Lannie Garrett’s Beatles to Bacharach: Songs/stories of the two of the greatest songwriting teams-Lennon/McCartney-Bacharach/David

June 9, 2012
8:00 pm
June 16, 2012
8:00 pm
June 23, 2012
8:00 pm
June 30, 2012
8:00 pm
July 7, 2012
8:00 pm
July 14, 2012
8:00 pm
July 21, 2012
8:00 pm
July 28, 2012
8:00 pm
August 4, 2012
8:00 pm
August 18, 2012
8:00 pm
August 25, 2012
8:00 pm


Lannie and her fabulous quintet, The Errand Boys of Rhythm, are at it again with a brand new tribute show that Lannie calls, “Beatles to Bacharach:  Songs of a Generation.”  Lannie pays tribute to the music legacy, the songs of, The Lennon/McCartney and Burt Bacharach and lyricist, Hal David, undoubtedly some of the most prolific and brilliant songwriters of the baby boomer generation and beyond.


In the first set, Lannie and the band give a nod to The Beatles’ songbook.  Lannie has chosen a collection of beloved tunes that range from ballad to country, from pop to rock.  Arranged by Lannie’s musical director/piano player, Justin Adams, the songs are new interpretations, but will still resonate with baby boomers, as well as young and old alike.  The lyrics, the melodies and the soul are all intact.  The music promises to warm your heart and bring back memories of the 1960s.

The second half of the show is all songs from the brilliant, Burt Bacharach.  From the literally hundreds of hit songs that Burt and his lyricist partner, Hal David have written, Lannie chose an assortment that will remind you of the prolific talent of this songwriting team.  She opens the set with a funky version of “Walk on By,” and closes the show with an audience shout out of “What the World Needs Now.”  You will hear familiar Bacharach tunes and a couple of his more obscure tunes that you might have forgotten.

As always, Lannie will weave stories and the history of the artists in between songs throughout the show.


The costumes, the backdrop, and the stage have been specially designed by award winning designer and friend, Kevin Copenhaver.  The show will have a 1960s/’70s look and tone.

Join us for an evening of incredible songs and warm memories.  Whether you grew up with these songs or became a fan later on, their magic is sure to move you.

The show is open to ALL ages.

Written and produced by:  Lannie Garrett

Music arranged by:  Justin Adams

Costumes/Set designed by:  Kevin Copenhaver


Tickets: $35


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