Wisconsin Singers coming to Wausau West
The Wisconsin Singers will take you through the decades with music In Living Color! This Broadway-caliber revue featuring 2014 Wausau West H.S. graduate and Master Singer, Isaac Buttke, and 2016 Marathon HS graduate Reid Parks, will be on stage at Wausau West on Saturday, Nov. 19, at 7 p.m.
The Wisconsin Singers Show has something for everyone in the family to enjoy, entertaining audiences with a big band sound, stellar vocals and spectacular dance performed by the top talents from UW-Madison. Staged by Broadway choreographers and arranged by the writer of NBC’s “The Sing-off,” this event is sure to be a crowd favorite. In Living Color! highlights more than 60 songs from timeless legends like Irving Berlin, Mick Jagger and Elton John to current pop icons such as Bruno Mars, Beyonce and Justin Bieber.
Children of all ages will laugh out loud with the Looney Tunes and “What’s Opera Doc” as well as “I Love Trash” as only green Oscar the Grouch can sing it. The celebrated Singers band will rock the house with a tribute to colorful 80s pieces and an impressive medley of jazz classics. During the Wisconsin Singers’ tribute to the UW’s Fifth Quarter, Badger fans will feel like they are at the big game as they sing and dance along with favorites such as “Swingtown,” “Jump Around” and “On, Wisconsin!”
See Isaac performing with the troupe, featured in songs such as “Love Man” (Otis Redding), “Kiss the Girl” (Little Mermaid), “American Girl” (Tom Petty), “Casper the Friendly Ghost,” and “Piano Man” (Billy Joel) among others. Pieces in which Reid is featured include “Arabian Nights” (Aladdin), “For Once In My Life” (Stevie Wonder) and “I Love Trash” (Oscar the Grouch.
To purchase your tickets for the Wausau West performance, visit www.ShowTix4U.com or the Wausau West High School Business Office (Stacy Gould: 715-261-0899 or email@example.com.) Tickets are $12. All ticket sale proceeds benefit the Wausau West High School Music Department. Support for this project was generously provided by Ameriprise Financial (James Blakey, James Koehler and Andy Jarvis), Nicolet National Bank, Murco Foundation, American Family Insurance (Jonnee Bauer) as well as support provided through the Community Arts Grant Program of the Community Foundation of NCW, with funds provided by the Wisconsin Arts Board, the Community Foundation and the B. A. & Esther Greenheck Foundation.