Festival Musical(s)
Festival Events Calendar
Friday Jul 25
7:30 pWizard of Oz
Saturday Jul 26
7:30 pWizard of Oz
Tuesday Jul 29
6:00 pMemories In Black & White
Wednesday Jul 30
10:00 aPre-Code Betty
5:00 pDuke Ellington
7:30 pCotton Club Stomp
Thursday Jul 31
10:00 aGold Diggers of 1933
1:00 pLouis Armstrong
2:00 pSwing That Music
5:00 pHarold Arlen
8:00 pBeyond The Rainbow
Friday Aug 1
10:00 aShall We Dance
1:00 pDorothy Fields
2:00 pSunny Side of the Street
5:00 pLerner & Loewe
7:30 pBrigadoon
Saturday Aug 2
2:00 pWizard of Oz
5:00 pHarry Warren
8:00 pWe're in The Money
Sunday Aug 3
2:00 pBrigadoon
Tuesday Aug 5
10:00 aRebecca of Sunnybrook Farm
8:00 pUnsaturated Fats
Wednesday Aug 6
10:00 aThe Grapes of Wrath
5:00 pThe Crooners
8:00 pBing to Bobby Sox
Thursday Aug 7
10:00 aCasablanca
1:00 pHoagy Carmichael
2:00 pStar Dust
7:30 pBrigadoon
Friday Aug 8
10:00 aStage Door Canteen
2:00 pFingerbuster
5:00 pAmerican Reds
7:30 pWizard of Oz
Saturday Aug 9
10:00 aTo Have and Have Not
2:00 pBrother, Can You Spare A Dime
7:30 pStage Door Canteen
Sunday Aug 10
2:00 pWizard of Oz
Friday Aug 15
7:30 pBrigadoon
Saturday Aug 16
7:30 pBrigadoon
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Harry Warren (1893-1981) was unquestionably one of the great "populist" tunesmiths of his time, and managed, through his songs written mostly with lyricists Al Dubin (1891-1945) and Mack Gordon (1904-59), to touch on the dreams and hopes of a generation.
NEW 8:00 PM Start Time! We're In The Money is one of the 4 OFAM evening concerts held at The Shedd’s Jaqua Concert Hall that begin at 8:00 pm rather than our usual 7:30 pm and run 1 hour 15 min without intermission.
     We’ve designed these slightly-shorter, later-starting "Summer Shorts", as we’re calling them, so our patrons can enjoy a more leisurely dinner before coming to a refreshingly entertaining evening of fine music!
Several of Warren's great World War II-era songs (including "Chatanooga Choo Choo" and "On The Atchison, Topeka, and the Santa Fe") will be featured in OFAM 2008’s grand finale, Stage Door Canteen (August 9th). Tonight Ken and his small band are joined by Maria, Shirley, Bill and Ian for an entertaining survey that focuses mainly on his great songs from the 1930s...songs which lifted the spirits of Depression-era America and have become iconic of the entertainment industry's "we can overcome this" response to those hard times.
Look for classic Warren songs like "I Found A Million Dollar Baby", "With Plenty of Money and You", "Lullaby of Broadway", "Jeepers Creepers", "Forty-Second Street" and many more!
Event Personnel
Shirley Andress, vocals
Bill Hulings, vocals
Maria Jette, vocals
Ian Whitcomb, vocals
Ken Peplowski, director, clarinet
Smith Derek, piano
Doug Miller, bass
Chuck Redd, drums
Byron Stripling, trumpet
Program
 Lulu's Back In Town
(1935) Broadway Gondolier Al Dubin (w) Harry Warren (m)
 I Found A Million Dollar Baby
(1931) Billy Rose's Crazy Quilt Billy Rose, Mort Dixon (w) Harry Warren (m)
 You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me
(1932) 42nd Street Al Dubin (w) Harry Warren (m)
 With Plenty Of Money And You
(1937) Gold Diggers of 1937 Al Dubin (w) Harry Warren (m)
 Boulevard of Broken Dreams
(1933) Moulin Rouge Al Dubin (w) Harry Warren (m)
 The Gold Diggers' Song
(1933) Gold Diggers Of 1933 Al Dubin (w) Harry Warren (m)
 Jeepers Creepers
(1938) Going Places Johnny Mercer (w) Harry Warren (m)
 There Will Never Be Another You
(1942) Iceland Mack Gordon (w) Harry Warren (m)
 Shake Rattle And Roll
(1954) Jesse Stone (w/m)
 Shadow Waltz
(1933) Gold Diggers Of 1933 Al Dubin (w) Harry Warren (m)
 You're My Everything
(1931) The Laugh Parade Joe Young, Mort Dixon (w) Harry Warren (m)
 I Only Have Eyes For You
(1934) Dames Al Dubin (w) Harry Warren (m)
 I Had The Craziest Dream
(1942) Springtime In The Rockies Mack Gordon (w) Harry Warren (m)
 She's A Latin From Manhattan
(1935) Go Into Your Dance Al Dubin (w) Harry Warren (m)
 Chica Chica Boom Chic
(1941) That Night In Rio Mack Gordon (w) Harry Warren (m)
 Shuffle Off To Buffalo
(1932) 42nd Street Al Dubin (w) Harry Warren (m)
 Lullaby of Broadway
(1935) Gold Diggers of 1935 Al Dubin (w) Harry Warren (m)
 Forty-Second Street
(1932) 42nd Street Al Dubin (w) Harry Warren (m)


Ticket/Venue Info
We're In The Money Ticket Prices
Seat
Level
Full
Price
Discount Prices
15%20%25%Stud.
AA36.00  30.75  29.00  27.00  18.00 
A28.00  24.00  22.50  21.00  14.00 
B20.00  17.00  16.00  15.00  10.00 
O20.00  17.00  16.00  15.00  10.00 
Jaqua Concert Hall
The John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts
285 E Broadway
Eugene, Oregon
541-434-7000
LibertyBank
OFAM 2008 Title Sponsor
The Eye Center
Shedd Institute Presenting Sponsor