OLD SCHOOL, NEW GENERATION, NEW EXPERIENCE!
Let the DWP Boys get you into the Holiday Spirit! Hear old school Holiday Classics like The Drifters White Christmas, The Temptations Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons version of Santa Claus is Coming to Town along with “Doowopified” contemporary hits like This Christmas and Last Christmas. It’s sure to be a jolly good time!
Over 1,000,000 people around the world have fallen in love with The Doo Wop Project and now you can too. From your living room!
Featuring Tony-nominated members of Broadway’s smash hits Jersey Boys, Motown: The Musical, A Bronx Tale, and more, the Doo Wop Project’s dynamic live show takes audiences on a journey from early doo wop groups The Flamingos and The Belmonts through their influence on R&B like Smokey Robinson and The Four Seasons, all the way to DooWopified versions of modern hits by Michael Jackson, Amy Winehouse, and Maroon 5. The last five years have seen sold-out shows across the country and performances with everyone from Katy Perry to Jon Bon Jovi to Jay Leno.
The Doo Wop Project has been seen in theaters across the country from Paramount Center for The Arts to Weinberg Center for the Arts and even Flint Center for the Performing Arts. Their popular Symphonic Pops show has been performed with dozens of symphonies including Philadelphia, Indianapolis, Omaha, Vancouver, Detroit, and more!
The Doo Wop Project is offering a DANCING GUARANTEE. That’s right, just like their live shows, they will GUARANTEE that you are up on your feet in your living room when you watch their live stream . . . or they’ll give you your money back.
1 Ticket is needed per device/household.
“Refreshing pop flavor… a rowdy standing ovation” – Omaha World-Herald
“The sellout crowd of enthusiastic fans cheered after every number. I have never seen so many people experience so much joy in my theater.” – Jane B. Stein, Shea Center for Performing Arts
“The Doo Wop Project has to be the biggest crowd pleasing show touring today.” – Alan Ankles, Staller Center for the Arts
Produced by Ken Davenport