Circa ’21 Dinner Playhouse is thrilled to be hosting a cabaret on Thursday, Feb. 20 called A NIGHT OF SUNSHINE, featuring one of the theatre’s most popular performers, Sunshine Ramsey. A long-time Bootlegger, performer and member of our ticket office staff, Ramsey is thrilled
to finally be back on the Circa ’21 stage with an-all new cabaret!

This will be the fifth time that Sunshine has hosted her own show at the theatre. Each of the previous four shows have sold out. “Sunshine is so popular here at the theatre; everyone loves seeing her perform, especially in her own cabarets,” said Brett Hitchcock, Circa ‘21 director of audience development.

Tickets are $21.50 in advance and $26.50 the day of the show and may be reserved at the Circa ’21 ticket office located at 1828 3rd Ave. in Rock Island or by calling 309-786-7733, ext. 2. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show begins at 7:15. This is a show-only performance, however, full bar service will be available and the theatre will offer selected sandwich baskets and appetizers for purchase.

A NIGHT OF SUNSHINE will feature Ramsey performing more than 20 different songs ranging from pop to rock and country. You’ll hear such hits as “Man In The Mirror,” “The Chain,” “Something To Talk About,” “Shallow,” “Tin Man,” “Southbound” and many more. She will be backed by
a talented five-piece band featuring Chris Avery, Brad Hauskins, Kyle Jecklin, Tristan Tapscott and Robert Cheney. Also joining Sunshine will be two back- up singers, Laura Hammes and Lauren Boswell. Sunshine will also be joined by fellow Bootlegger, Antoinette Nebinger, for a few numbers. To top it off, she will have a student choir ranging in age from 7 to 21 years.


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