Saturday, October 20, 2012

Hot Springs DOES Have a Nightlife - Part 3

In this series, we're exploring the many things to do in Hot Springs after dark.  One of the newest additions to the Hot Springs nightly entertainment scene is The Vienna Theatre.  Ken Goodman has opened a beautiful theatre at 424 Central Ave., right across from Bathhouse Row.  The Vienna offers different shows as well as different performers to suit nearly everyone's tastes.

Ken Goodman has made numerous stage performances and now brings his music to Hot Springs in "Crooners and Broadway".  This 90-minute show will keep you entertained with music, laughter and complimentary refreshments.  Roy Rivers offers a "Tribute to John Denver" with songs of his own, as well as Denver's.  Kayce Glass, the original star of "Always Patsy Cline", presents a "Tribute to Patsy Cline" and intersperses it with some show tunes and a little jazz.

All shows start at 7:30pm and tickets are $16.50 for adults.  Shows are offered on various nights, so check the Vienna's calendar to see what's playing while you're enjoying your visit to Hot Springs.  We will be happy to make reservations for you IF you can decide which of these fabulous shows you'd like to see!

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