The Beat Goes On Featuring Lisa McClowry as Cher
Nov 1, 2024 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Nov 1, 2024 7:30 pm - Nov 1, 2024 10:00 pm
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The Beat Goes On Featuring Lisa McClowry as Cher


Friday, Nov. 1, 2024 at 7:30 p.m. 

Viterbo University Fine Arts Center Main Theatre 

Orchestra Pit: $69
Main Floor/Lower Balcony: $49 
Upper Balcony: $40 

Plus a $3 convenience fee and $1 facility fee per ticket.  
All orders will include a 5.5% sales tax. 
Group sales available.

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Age recommendation: 16+ 

This Cher Tribute show features award American singer/actress Lisa McClowry's portrayal of the Goddess of Pop in her one-woman Broadway-style live stage show. McClowry, who won Tribute Artist of the Year in 2023 at the Grande Ole Opry, is completely convincing as Cher with every aspect down pat including her singing and speaking voice, the walk, the talk, the costumes, the makeup, and the mannerisms. In addition, the show incorporates a live band, LED walls, video, multiple costume changes, dynamic dialogue, humor, and fun audience participation. You can expect to hear Cher’s hits spanning from the ‘60s to now including, I Got You Babe, If I Could Turn Back Time, songs from ABBA–from Cher’s Dancing Queen album, Woman’s World, Welcome to Burlesque, Believe and more. 

McClowry is a life-long singer and entertainer with over 30 years in the entertainment industry as a trusted, reliable source and talent 25 music albums, multiple lead roles in theatrical productions, movies, commercials. She was cast in Legendary Divas at the Tropicana on the Las Vegas Strip performing as Cher six nights a week in an all-female lineup in 2022. McClowry’s original music can even be heard on the radio including her single, I Will Love You Forever, co-written and recorded with Carl Giammarese of The Buckinghams.  

Sponsored By: Altra Financial Advisors

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