2014-06-13 / Community

Playhouse presents a musical time capsule


From left, Ashten Bannister, Roger Reed, Aili Venho, and Brian DiRito are “Stayin’ Alive“ in Arundel Playhouse’s production of “8 Track: The Sounds of the 70’s.” (Photo courtesy of Dick Morin) From left, Ashten Bannister, Roger Reed, Aili Venho, and Brian DiRito are “Stayin’ Alive“ in Arundel Playhouse’s production of “8 Track: The Sounds of the 70’s.” (Photo courtesy of Dick Morin) Spend an evening rocking out in platform shoes to “Lady Marmalade” and feel-good tunes like “Afternoon Delight” at the Arundel Barn Playhouse as it opens the summer season with “8 Track: The Sounds of the 70s.”

The musical review includes ’7’s fads like pet rocks, rubix cubes, platform shoes, polyester, and big hair. The 60 songs include music by the Bee Gees, the band that kicked the disco era into full swing, and featured on the soundtrack of “Saturday Night Fever,” where we all fell in love with John Travolta.

“8 Track: The Sounds of the 70s,” will run from June 17 to June 28.

Arundel Barn Playhouse is located at 53 Old Post Road in Arundel. Tickets can be reserved by calling 985-5552 or visiting www.arundelbarnplayhouse.com.

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