🎶 Candles burnin’ low
Lots of mistletoe
Lots of snow and ice
In my home, Christmas just ain’t Christmas until we start playing ‘A Motown Christmas’ cd, which is a compilation album featuring christmas music sung by some of the greatest artists to ever come out of Motown. The album came out in 1973 (the year I was born) and its music can still be heard and enjoyed today during the holidays. The lyrics above are from Stevie Wonder’s ‘What Christmas Means To Me‘ is one of my favorites! In fact, the whole album is a family favorite. That’s why when I learned that ‘A Motown Christmas‘, a musical review presented by Li V Mahob Productions and the Town of Cary, was coming to the Cary Arts Center I had to make plans to see it! I even hosted a giveaway for 1 winner & guest to enjoy opening night on Friday 12/28 at 8pm.
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GIVEAWAY | Who's ready to #WinItWednesday ? 🙋♀️ ENTER to WIN 2 Tickets to opening night of Nate Jacobs' A Motown Christmas at the Cary Arts Center on Dec.28, 8pm. ❤ LIKE this post 😘 FOLLOW @SobeSavvy 🎶 COMMENT your fave Motown Christmas song or any holiday carol 😉 BONUS entry by tagging friend in seperate comment GOOD LUCK! Winner chosen by random.org on Wed 12/26 at noon. ——— Ring in the holidays with The Triangle's most gifted singers/musicians and experience a night full of soul and holiday joy! Featuring Christmas and holiday songs by Motown’s most celebrated artists like The Supremes, The Jackson 5, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson and Marvin Gaye as well as the sounds of your favorite traditional carols. Under the music direction of Ronzel Bell, the direction of Deb Royals-Mizerk and choreography by Darian Moore, this show offers audiences a unique holiday experience for the whole family! Admission is $20+. #AMotownChristmas GET TIX : bit.ly/2roMeLt
I went to the Saturday 12/29 3pm show with my husband, our daughter and my mother, who came from out of town to see this show! We thought it was FANTASTIC! Their renditions of so many Motown classics were incredibly good. The groups were paired to best utilize their vocal similiarities to the originals. There was plenty of hand clapping and foot stomping to go along with superb storytelling. We got a bit of history lesson to start the show of how this production came to be along with the humble beginnings of Motown. There was no better combination than the festive Motown Sound and the gospel of love. The whole family can celebrate the joys of the holidays at this exciting, family fun musical event.
About the Show
This musical revue showcases original Christmas and holiday songs by Motown’s most celebrated artists like The Supremes, The Jackson 5, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson and Marvin Gaye as well as the sounds of your favorite traditional carols. Under the music direction of Ronzel Bell, the direction of Deb Royals-Mizerk and choreography by Darian Moore, this show offers audiences a unique holiday experience full of soul, holiday joy and a message of Love.
This show has one intermission and runs approximately 2 hours, but as the saying goes..time flies when you are having fun! The cast, which features some of the Triangle’s most gifted singers and musicians, did an amazing job of entertaining the audience. They kept us dancing and singing along in our seats without missing a beat!
For more information contact: (919) 462-2051
Motown music is cross generational bringing joy and wonderful memories. Christmas time with a Motown influence uplifts us all! Nate Jacobs’ A Motown Christmas is a great way to say goodbye to the holidays and hello to the New Year. I definitely think this is a show worth seeing with the whole family!
•HAVE YOU SEEN ‘A MOTOWN CHRISTMAS’ MUSICAL REVUE? •WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE MOTOWN CHRISTMAS SONG?
Cary Arts Center
101 Dry Ave.
Cary, NC 27511