Teen Idol: The Bobby Vee Story
Sat., December 8 at 7:30 pm
- Assisted Listening Devices
- Large Print Playbill
Schedule and Tickets
Tix: Reduced to $25 for OC/AD/ASL patrons (regular $25-56, student $15); phone: 651-292-4323. Specify the service you need. The accessible entrance is on the east side of the building off Cedar Street; the theatre has six spaces for wheelchairs, plus companion seats; hearing enhancement devices and Braille or large print playbills are available.
About the Show
2 hours 30 minutes; Nov. 17 - Dec .16, 2018.
By: Bob Beverage in collaboration with Jeff and Tommy Vee; Directed by Ron Peluso; Choreography by Jan Puffer with musical arrangements & musical direction by George Mauer, Nic Delcambre.
1959. With the tragic crash of Buddy Holly’s plane, a bright new star from Fargo emerged. Fifteen-year-old Bobby Velline performed at the Winter Dance Party in Moorhead the day the music died. Bobby went on to record his first hit single, Suzie Baby, in Minneapolis - and soon would become a teen idol appearing on American Bandstand with Dick Clark and an international star who thrilled audiences for more than a decade with Top 40 hits like Devil or Angel, The Night Has A Thousand Eyes, Come Back When You Grow Up Girl and many more. Follow Bobby’s musical journey that includes fellow pop stars like Little Anthony & The Imperials, Ronnie & The Ronettes, Dion, and Del Shannon.