Imagine a couple of guys from the T-Birds and a couple of girls from the Pink Ladies started a band, had a hit, appeared on Hullabaloo, American Bandstand and opened for the Beatles 1966 American tour.
Then the girls got pregnant and everybody moved back home to raise their kids and drop back into obscurity.
Eddie and The Palaceades opens 30 years later. The kids are grown. The band are empty-nesters on a mission to save the Palace Theater where they got their start and hoping for a chance to re-boot their musical career with Ringo's All-Starr Band.
The PalaceadesAt the 2014 Midtown International Theater FestivalLeft to Right: Sheila Egan, Bill E. Dietrich,Tony Triano, Michael Indeglio
NEW YORK CITY REVIEWS
Brian-Paul Mendoza @NYCBeeps.com
"I WAS COMPLETELY DRAWN IN. EDDIE AND THE PALACEADES WILL PLAY AGAIN AND AGAIN AND AGAIN."
Theresa Perkins @MyTheatre.com
"UNABASHEDLY FUN AND UPLIFTING. CATCHY TUNES GET THE CROWD CLAPPING, CHUCKLING AND NODDING THEIR HEADS."
Mary Ann Randazzo @ OuterStage.com
"UNQUESTIONABLY TWO HOURS OF PURE ENJOYMENT"
Howard Miller @ Talking Broadway.com
"THE SHOW HITS THE RIGHT NOTES WHEN IT COMES TO ITS HEARTFELT EXPRESSION OF LOVE, FRIENDSHIP AND THE THINGS WORTH FIGHTING FOR."