Eagles tribute ban Best of the Eagles will perform Thursday, July 25 at the Wall Street Theater in Norwalk. — an announcement from the Wall Street Theater
Tickets ($15 to $45) are on sale. Doors open at 7 p.m. The concert starts at 8 at the Wall Street Theater, 71 Wall St. in Norwalk. Best of the Eagles (BOTE) was established in 2012 by guitarist/vocalist Joe Vadala and a group of professional New Jersey musicians who individually have an auspicious pedigree, are passionate about their love of the Eagles music and who have all worked with numerous national touring artists.
The Wall Street Theater’s Teen Musical Theater program, kicking off on February 19 for area teens ages 12-18, runs six weeks. The program will teach all aspects of putting on a theatrical production, leading up to three performances of the musical, FAME the Musical. The Wall Street Theater, which recently opened its doors after undergoing an extensive renovation, is launching its Teen Musical Theater program, providing area teens with a theatrical background in the arts to learn the components of mounting a high-energy, musical production. Led by working professionals in the industry, participants will receive instruction from pre-production through stage performance of FAME the Musical. “We are excited to welcome area teens – ages 12-18 – to learn from professionals who are currently working in the theater,” said Billy Blanks, Jr., Artistic Director, Wall Street Theater. “Our students will experience real training in acting, dance, voice and backstage and front of house technical aspects.
The Wall Street Theater, which recently opened its doors in Norwalk after undergoing a $10 million renovation, has released its schedule of upcoming events. About the New/Old Theater
The historic theater showcases professional music, comedic, dance and stage performances from nationally recognized names, as well as local organizations. Located at 71 Wall St. in Norwalk, the 700-seat theater recently underwent a $10 million-dollar project to restore this national historic landmark to its original glory from the early 1900s. Originally known as The Regent when the location opened in 1915 featuring Vaudeville performances, the theater was also known as The Norwalk and The Roxy (during this time period, the theater was outfitted as a movie theater showing such blockbusters as “Jaws” and “Blues Brothers”).