With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, the American West Heritage Center is again putting on its annal Victorian Valentines Vaudeville Show, a dinner theatre set in the past. Program Director David Sidwell says the show will be presented February 12th and 13th with dinner beginning at 6:30 p.m. and the show at 7:30. Sidwell says this year the Heritage Center has two special guests performing at the show. One is Brigham City native Maude Adams, played by Logan actress Rebecca Gee. Adams was the first actress from Utah to star on Broadway and the first to play the role of Peter Pan on Broadway. “We also have Jenny Lind coming,” Sidwell says. “Jenny Lind was far and away the most popular performer of her day, which was about the 1860s. Jenny Lind was famous as a singer. “Tickets to her concert sold upwards of $600 and that was 150 years ago. So that’s kind of fun for us to get a hold of her. She’s being played by Christine Hall from Richmond, Utah.”Sidwell says reservations should be made by Wednesday, February 10th at 3 p.m. Reservations and more information is available by calling 245-6050.
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