Press Release: U.P. Housewives Season “Ate”
Diamonds and Gold and First Bank Financial Centre present Let Me Be Frank’s brand new comedy musical “The Real Housewives of the U.P. Season ‘Ate’.” The show runs at the Meyer Theatre February 3 – 25. Shows run Thursday – Saturday at 8 p.m. with a matinee on Saturday, February 25 at 1 p.m. You may think you know what it takes to be a U.P. housewife, but expect the unexpected from this four-pack of divas. For tickets go to http://www.ticketstaronline.com/events/detail/lmbf-season-8 And and encore production at The Capital Civic Centre, Manitowoc Wednesday March 8th. For tickets cccshows.org
As we start season ‘ate’ we see that “Housewives” veterans Amy and Kasey have teamed up to enhance the reputation of the housewives brand – with none other than a telethon fundraiser to support the humongous fungus in Crystal Falls, Michigan. Kasey and Amy have a few tricks up their own sleeves – business ventures and secret relationships! Speaking of relationships, the last time we saw the crew, cameraman David had knocked up “Housewives” stars Kelly AND Lisa. So, what happened after they left the delivery room? Let’s just say things didn’t turn out exactly as planned. Meanwhile, executive producers Pat and Frank are working hard to gain new sponsors so the “Housewives” franchise can continue to thrive and be broadcast across the U.P. Do they have what it takes to ensure a season 9?
What do you get when you mix four housewives with personalities as big as the Upper Peninsula, three executive producers trying to do anything to save their show, a two-hour telethon and one baby daddy? You get the hilarious cast of characters that are as memorable as their yooper accents. Don’t miss “The Real Housewives of the U.P. Season ‘Ate'”.
Cast includes Frank Hermans, Amy Riemer, Kasey Corrado, Lisa Borley, Kelly Gusloff, David Gusloff, Tom Verbrick, Pat Hibbard with band mates Dennis Panneck, Tony Pilz and Adam Cain. Choreography by Kristin Melotte.
For tickets to this hilarious romp through the late ’70s call ticketstar at (920) 494-3401 or on line at ticketstaronline.com.
Hot Stuff – Donna Summer
You Don’t Have to be a Star – Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr.
Free Bird – Lynyrd Skynyrd
The Things We Do For Love – 10cc
The Winner Takes It All – Abba
Ladies Night – Kool and the Gang
Your Smiling Face – James Taylor
Upside Down – Diana Ross
Midnight Train to Georgia – Gladys Knight & the Pips
Never Can Say Goodbye – Gloria Gaynor
Grand Illusion – Styx
Lady Marmalade – Patti LaBelle
My Heart Belongs to Me – Barbra Streisand
Slow Ride – Foghat
Killing Me Softly – Roberta Flack
The Core – Eric Clapton
Feels Like I’m in Love – Kelly Marie
Heaven Knows – Donna Summer
It’s Too Late – Carole King
Everlasting Love – Carl Carlton