Photo Flash: Reagle Music Theatre Presents REMEMBERING THE 40'S

Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston presents Remembering the 40's, a musical tribute to the men and women of the war generation, for three performances only April 22-23, 2017. Remembering the 40's is Reagle's original musical revue conceived and directed by Producing Artistic Director Robert J. Eagle. This musical timeline recreates the era in living color with the swing sound of the Big Bands, Rosie the Riveter, the USO, World Renowned Precision Dancers and a colorful recreation of the Rexall Radio Hour. Watch as citizens become soldiers and a country rallies to their support. Families of all ages will feel pride and honor for the soldiers who fought for us and those that kept the fires burning at home. Veterans of all wars are honored guests with free admission; student groups are welcomed.

To purchase tickets or for more information, visit www.reaglemusictheatre.com, call 781-891-5600, or visit the theater box office.

Photo credit: Herb Philpott

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The Andrews Sisters perform wartime tunes during Reagle's Remembering the 40's revue. (C)Herb Philpott Photo Flash: Reagle Music Theatre Presents REMEMBERING THE 40'S
Reagle Music Theatre recreates a WWII U.S.O. show featuring Carmen Miranda performing for the troops. (C) Herb Philpott Photo Flash: Reagle Music Theatre Presents REMEMBERING THE 40'S
Quartet performs I'll Be Home For Christmas during Reagle's Remembering the 40's revue. (C) Herb Philpott Photo Flash: Reagle Music Theatre Presents REMEMBERING THE 40'S
The Kiss recreated by the Remembering the 40s cast of Reagle Music Theatre. (C) Herb Philpott Photo Flash: Reagle Music Theatre Presents REMEMBERING THE 40'S
The World Famous Precision Dancers perform at Remembering the 40s at Reagle Music Theatre. (C) Herb Philpott Photo Flash: Reagle Music Theatre Presents REMEMBERING THE 40'S
Reagle recreates the Rexall Radio Hour featuring Bud Abbott and Lou Costello's Who'se On First? routine. (C) Herb Philpott

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