Two For The Show

$140

Entertainment as it should be at the beautifully renovated historic theater in downtown Greenville, TX! Get ready to be spoiled! Come enjoy an intimate show with close free parking, full 4 course dinner, luxurious seating, table service, and all gratuities included!

Starring Dorothy Dale Kloss & Ken Prescott!

TWO FOR THE SHOW, features GREAT dancing, GREAT singing, GREAT Comedy, and tales told from the people who actually performed in the golden age of NIGHT CLUBS, TV, and THE BROADWAY STAGE! With WONDERFUL MEDIA throughout the show that displays each performer in some of the shows that made them famous, eye-popping costumes, and a nostalgic journey through the GOLDEN AGE OF ENTERTAINMENT, that will keep the audiences completely enthralled.

Dorothy Dale Kloss

Night club Star of The Big Band Era. One of a Kind at 93!

Dorothy Dale Kloss began dancing at age three, while Calvin Coolidge was President. While teaching the legendary Bob Fosse in a Chicago Tap Dance Class, she won a tap contest, changed her name, and overnight catapulted to stardom doing her own act at the Empire Room in Chicago. She toured the country from The Strand Theatre in New York to California to Mexico City with the famous CANTIFLAS. With her exciting tap rhythms, and style she toured with Eddy Duchin for a year, and was the last act to work with his orchestra before their induction into Military service in World War II.

Her talent and wit constantly entertained the troops for the USO in WWII. In 1946 she was the hostess and dance instructor of one of the earliest TV Shows in Chicago, “THEATRE OF THE AIR” on WBKB! She has starred with Liberace, The Mills Brothers, Mel Torme, Harry Richman, Carol Lawrence, Howard Keel, Kaye Starr, Frankie Lane, Gloria De Haven and Chico Marx to name a few. She was accompanied by such bands as Eddy Duchin, Les Brown, Tommy Dorsey, Ray Noble, Skinny Ennis, Shep Fields and his “Rippling Rhythm” to name a few.

Her “Betty Grable” legs were seen for 15 years at The Palm Springs Follies, and her interview on “THE TODAY SHOW” on NBC caused a huge sensation. She received her very own star on the Palm Springs Walk Of Stars May 29, 2010. She is in the Guinness Book of Records, 2009, as the World’s oldest, living, working showgirl. And, she just received the “Golden Halo Dance Award” from the Southern Motion Picture Council; the past recipients have been Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, and Cyd Charisse to name a few. She spent 15 years in THE FABULOUS PALM SPRINGS FOLLIES, and decided to leave for among other things, her new book, “I’M NOT IN KANSAS ANY MORE, LOVE DOROTHY” ! Her tap dancing is legendary, and she can “banter” with the best of them. Her new act, TWO FOR THE SHOW, with Broadway Performer KEN PRESCOTT, is a showstopper! As Dorothy says, “Age is a state of mind”.

Ken Prescott

Star of "42 Street" on Broadway!

Ken is a producer, director and choreographer of a great new musical, “BUGLE BOY: The Life Story of Glenn Miller”! Ken has directed, produced, and choreographed from Broadway to Brazil. His newest screenplay, “A DICKENS OF A CHRISTMAS”, has just been optioned, and he has written six songs for the production. He also starred on Broadway in “42 STREET”, and has won ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR from the Motion Picture Council of Southern California! He has sung with the “New” Modernaires – starred on Broadway in “42 STREET”, toured the country as the star of “CRAZY FOR YOU”, “SUGAR”, “PAL JOEY”, “WESTSIDE STORY”, GEORGE M !”, “THE BOYFRIEND”, “OKLAHOMA”, “DAMES AT SEA”, and dozens of other productions. His leading ladies include Yvonne De Carlo, Vivian Blaine, Gale Storm, Alexis Smith, Dorothy Collins, Ann Miller and many more. His tenor voice soared in such roles as “THE STUDENT PRINCE”, “NEW MOON” with Harve Presnell, and and extensive tour as Prince Danillo in “THE MERRY WIDOW”. He had his own Big Band Show in Myrtle Beach, S.C. called “BIG BAND AT THE SAVOY” which cast him in several roles: Star, Producer, Director, and Choreographer! He just returned from Casino Magic doing “SILVER SIZZLES REVUE” as the lead singer. He has reprised his act many places including on the High Seas on Crystal Cruises doing his one man show called “KEN PRESCOTT – The Song and Dance Man” !

Doors Open: 6:30 PM