by Celia Ampel
If you're dying for a little 1940s Andrews-Sisters-style crooning, see the Manhattan Dolls at the Gaslight Theatre today at 3 p.m. or 7 p.m.
More from the Gaslight's website:
The Manhattan Dolls are a New York City based 1940s swing-style female vocal trio with the sound of The Andrews Sisters. Started by former USO Girl and Gaslight favorite, Heather Stricker-Dispensa, The Dolls travel the world performing for military events, air shows, award ceremonies, parades, jazz clubs, concert series, you name it! They have been featured on BBC Radio London as well as several television appearances, most recently on The Tucson Morning Blend and LX 4 New York. They have the pleasure of performing with famous bands including The Jive Aces, The Royal Air Force Academy Band and The Stan Rubin Orchestra. The Manhattan Dolls are available for private bookings and are constantly touring the US and abroad. Keep up with them on their website at www.themanhattandolls.com and on their Facebook fan page!
For tickets, call (520) 886-9428.