Photo Flash: Echo Theatre Presents Final Production of HER SONG
Each February, the team at Echo Theatre transforms the historic Art Deco Bath House Cultural Center into a 1930's-style supper club entertainment venue, complete with a live band, dance floor, musical/dance revue, food, drink, and libations! Audiences enjoy an entertainment experience unlike anything they've seen or heard as the fictional Echo Room supper club celebrates the great women songwriters of the first half of the 20th Century. HER SONG is unique entertainment and a perfect night out for Valentine's Month! "World-Famous" Entertainers! Dancers! Sparkling Wine! Eats! All at the Historic Bath House Cultural Center on the glittering shores of White Rock Lake.
The Box Office opens nightly at 7:30pm. Seating occurs as patrons arrive and the dance floor and refreshments are available. The Show begins at 8pm. $40 Prime Seating rings the Dance Floor. $35 Floor or Bar Seating and $30 Tiered seating are also available.
Echo has once again partnered with Chef Doug Brown and his award-winning catering team at Beyond the Box to elevate the "Supper Club-Style" offerings available through our Cash Only bar.
Patrons may use Credit Cards to buy tickets Online or at the Box Office, but upon entry to the Echo Room, all purchases are Cash Only. This will add to the Environmental 1930's atmosphere plus expedite service during the show.
New this Season: Echo is happy to bring Max Swarner to the Echo Room as the dashing young club owner. Max's fabulous voice will have you swooning at some of your old favorites. The production is sharper and tighter than ever before, as Echo Theatre presents this gem one more time before putting her to bed for a while.
The creative team at Echo Theatre has featured the work of women composers and lyricists from four decades; parlor songs, ballads, popular tunes, and jazz. Whether writing on their own or with male or female colleagues, these maverick lady composers and lyricists added gem after gem to the canon of American Music during decades when most women were restricted to kitchens, classrooms, or steno pools. The resulting musical and dance revue, The Echo Room presents: Her Song, celebrates the women whose voices continue to echo through the decades.
Echo collaborated on a book with long time friend, Scott A. Eckert, to elevate the story. We have brought to life a story common to women, about a young songwriter who can't get any publishers to look at her work. Adelaide is not only a woman, but a woman of color.
Max Swarner, photo taken by Mark Oristano
Terri Ferguson and Angela Davis, photo taken by Rebecca Brooks
Whitney Counter, photo taken by Rebecca Brooks
foreground, Angela Davis; background, Andrea Cox, photo taken by Rebecca Brooks