James Marais and Monique Cassells renowned for their Oldies but Goldies and From Memphis To Las Vegas: Elvis Presley Tribute shows, both of which they presented at The Drama Factory to sold-out audiences towards the end of 2019, have just launched a brand-new show, The ‘70s Vs ‘80s Tribute, which they have successfully presented as an online show, and now they are excited to bring it to The Drama Factory, 10 Comprop Square, Henry Vos Clos.
Just as with their previous shows, The ‘70s Vs ‘80s Tribute is a mini-theatrical experience, featuring the dynamic vocal and visual performances of James and Monique, alternating as a duo and individual performers, who also do multiple costume changes throughout. The show celebrates some great artists and songs from these two dynamic and musically diverse decades.
James and Monique perform some memorable duets in the show, putting their own spin on songs by artists such as the Doobie Brothers (Long Train Running), Smokie (Needles And Pins), Creedence Clearwater Revival (Who’ll Stop The Rain?), Billy Joel (You May Be Right) and Elton John (Crocodile Rock). Tickets are R150 for adults, and R130 for pensioners and students. Book at www.thedramafactory.co.za, email@example.com, or call 073 215 2290 for more information.
Meanwhile, Johan Liebenberg’s Songs Sung Blue – A Tribute to Neil Diamond show at The Drama Factory is adding a performance on Sunday September 13, at 4pm.