Tony Starlight

Tony Starlight Show

What’s got music, comedy, impersonations, pop stars, and a guy named Tony? It’s the Tony Starlight Show, happening this Friday, Oct. 27, at the Old Liberty Theater in downtown Ridgefield.

Audience members will be treated to everything from songs (old and new and parodies, too!) to comedy sketches to impressions. Fresh from the Stony Starlight Showroom in Portland, this variety show includes homages to artists as varied as Dean Martin and the Rat Pack, Axl Rose (of Guns N’ Roses fame), and Schoolhouse Rock with a dash of Hall & Oats. The show changes every year, so  you never know exactly what you’ll see: Tom Jones singing “Happy Birthday,” a Star Trek fan wooing a young lady, or Neil Diamond telling you to sing louder!

This show is just right for anyone age 21 to 101. (If you’re 102, there’s a danger you’ll laugh so hard your dentures might fall out.) Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m. Tickets are $18 in advance by calling 360-887-7260, or $20 at the door. The Old Liberty Theater is located at 115 N. Main Street in Ridgefield. To learn more, visit www.oldlibertytheater.com.

Tony Starlight’s Tribute to Elton John

The Tony Starlight Show is bring Elton John to the stage this Saturday, June 10, at the Old Liberty Theater in downtown Ridgefield. The performance will be accompanied by a full band celebrating the music of Elton John and lyrics of Bernie Taupin, so hold your tiny dancer closer with a cold brew in hand as you take a walk down memory lane with classics by the one-and-only Piano Man. (Wait, isn’t that Billy Joel? No matter—it’s still rock ‘n roll to me.)

Audience members will be treated to everything from songs (old and new and parodies, too!) to comedy sketches to impressions. Fresh from the Stony Starlight Showroom in Portland, this variety show—which changes every year—has included homages to Dean Martin, Axl Rose, Bob Seger, the Copacabana Club, the Rat Pack, and Solid Gold. You never know exactly what you’ll see, but it will definitely be entertaining.

This show is just right for anyone age 21 and over. Tickets are $20 per person. The show starts at 7:30 p.m., but the Old Liberty will open its doors open at 6:45 p.m. so you can fortify yourself with refreshments from Seasons Café in the lobby, including craft beer and wine. The Old Liberty Theater is located at 115 N. Main Street in Ridgefield. To learn more, visit www.oldlibertytheater.com.

Tony Starlight’s Elton John Tribute at the Old Liberty

The Tony Starlight Show is bring Elton John to the stage this Saturday, June 10, at the Old Liberty Theater in downtown Ridgefield. The performance will be accompanied by a full band celebrating the music of Elton John and lyrics of Bernie Taupin, so hold your tiny dancer closer with a cold brew in hand as you take a walk down memory lane with classics by the one-and-only Piano Man. (Wait, isn’t that Billy Joel? No matter—it’s still rock ‘n roll to me.)

Audience members will be treated to everything from songs (old and new and parodies, too!) to comedy sketches to impressions. Fresh from the Stony Starlight Showroom in Portland, this variety show—which changes every year—has included homages to Dean Martin, Axl Rose, Bob Seger, the Copacabana Club, the Rat Pack, and Solid Gold. You never know exactly what you’ll see, but it will definitely be entertaining.

This show is just right for anyone age 21 and over. Tickets are $20 per person. The show starts at 7:30 p.m., but the Old Liberty will open its doors open at 6:45 p.m. so you can fortify yourself with refreshments from Seasons Café in the lobby, including craft beer and wine. The Old Liberty Theater is located at 115 N. Main Street in Ridgefield. To learn more, visit www.oldlibertytheater.com.

Above image: vintage Elton John

Tony Starlight Christmas Show

What happens in Ridgefield stays in Ridgefield…at least, if it happens during the Tony Starlight Vegas-style variety show. The Old Liberty Theater in downtown Ridgefield invites you to enjoy the Tony Starlight Christmas show, straight from Tony Starlight’s Showroom in Portland.

The show features holiday music, lots of laughs, and homages to Dean Martin, Axl Rose, Bob Seger, the Copacabana Club, the Rat Pack, and Solid Gold. The audience Audience members will be treated to everything from songs to comedy sketches to impressions. The show changes every year, so  you never know exactly what you’ll see, but you know it’ll be good.

This holiday show is just fine for all ages. The Liberty will open its doors at 5 p.m. and the show starts at 6 p.m. Tickets are $18 in advance—available by calling 360-887-7260 or online at www.tonystarlight.com—or $20 at the door. The Old Liberty Theater is located at 115 N. Main Street in Ridgefield. To learn more, visit www.oldlibertytheater.com.

Tony Starlight at Old Liberty

What’s got music, comedy, impersonations, pop stars, and a guy named Tony? It’s the Tony Starlight Show, happening this Saturday, Oct. 24, at the Old Liberty Theater in downtown Ridgefield.

Audience members will be treated to everything from songs to comedy sketches to impressions. Fresh from the Stony Starlight Showroom in Portland, this variety show includes classics like “My Hair Keeps a-Fallin’ from My Head,” and “I Can’t Get These Jeans on Any More,” as well as homages to Dean Martin, Axl Rose, Bob Seger, the Copacabana Club, the Rat Pack, and Solid Gold. The show changes every year, so  you never know exactly what you’ll see: Tom Jones singing “Happy Birthday,” a Star Trek fan wooing a young lady, or Neil Diamond telling you to sing louder!

This show is just right for audiences aged 21 and over. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $18 in advance—available by calling 360-887-7260—or $20 at the door. The Old Liberty Theater is located at 115 N. Main Street in Ridgefield. To learn more, visit www.oldlibertytheater.com.

The Tony Starlight Show

What’s got music, comedy, impersonations, pop stars, and a guy named Tony? It’s the Tony Starlight Show, happening this Saturday, April 11, at the Old Liberty Theater in downtown Ridgefield.

Audience members will be treated to everything from songs (old and new and parodies, too!) to comedy sketches to impressions. Fresh from the Stony Starlight Showroom in Portland, this variety show includes classics like “My Hair Keeps a-Fallin’ from My Head,” and “I Can’t Get These Jeans on Any More,” as well as homages to Dean Martin, Axl Rose, Bob Seger, the Copacabana Club, the Rat Pack, and Solid Gold. The show changes every year, so  you never know exactly what you’ll see: Tom Jones singing “Happy Birthday,” a Star Trek fan wooing a young lady, or Neil Diamond telling you to sing louder!

This show is just right for anyone age 21 to 91. (If you’ve 92 and over, there’s a danger you’ll laugh so hard your dentures might fall out.) The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $18, available at the door or by calling 360-887-7260. The Old Liberty Theater is located at 115 N. Main Street in Ridgefield. To learn more, visit www.oldlibertytheater.com.

The Tony Starlight Show

What’s got music, comedy, impersonations, pop stars, and a guy named Tony? It’s the Tony Starlight Show, happening this Saturday, April 12, at the Old Liberty Theater in downtown Ridgefield.

Audience members will be treated to everything from songs (old and new and parodies, too!) to comedy sketches to impressions. Fresh from the Stony Starlight Showroom in Portland, this variety show includes classics like “My Hair Keeps a-Fallin’ from My Head,” and “I Can’t Get These Jeans on Any More,” as well as homages to Dean Martin, Axl Rose, Bob Seger, the Copacabana Club, the Rat Pack, and Solid Gold. The show changes every year, so  you never know exactly what you’ll see: Tom Jones singing “Happy Birthday,” a Star Trek fan wooing a young lady, or Neil Diamond telling you to sing louder!

This show is just right for anyone age 21 to 91. (If you’ve 92 and over, there’s a danger you’ll laugh so hard your dentures might fall out.) The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $18, available at the door or by calling 360-887-7260. The Old Liberty Theater is located at 115 N. Main Street in Ridgefield. To learn more, visit www.oldlibertytheater.com.