This 2-hour musical theatre show features 30 minutes of fast-paced dialogue and 60 memorable songs from the biggest artists of 1954-1963 performed by a live band, including a full rhythm section, “doo-wop” singers, and a 12-piece horn section. Through these classic songs, the show tells the stories of fictional teens, their parents, and a generation.

Like classic cars? Thrive & 88.9 WSTB will host a “Cruise In” from 3-6 p.m. in the SHS parking lot. Actors, in costume, will pose for photos with patrons in front of the classic cars.
Thrive has added a FREE matinee for senior citizens (60+) on Sun. May 19th at 2 p.m. PEOPLE OF ALL AGES ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND, but those under 60 must pay the usual price ($12 – cash or credit) at the door. No pre-sale or reserved seating on the 19th. https://www.facebook.com/events/838440813174380/
Show description: This 2-hour musical theatre show features 30 minutes of fast-paced dialogue and 60 memorable songs from the biggest artists of 1954-1963 performed by a live band, including a full rhythm section, “doo-wop” singers, and a 12-piece horn section. Through these classic songs, the show tells the stories of fictional teens, their parents, and a generation.
Plot: It’s August 28th, 1963 and Sherry Davis’ 16th birthday party. Everyone who’s anyone in Crescent City, California, is invited to celebrate with Sherry & her friends at her father’s diner: “Little Jimmy’s”. The party and its aftermath are full of nostalgic jubilation, but the show is not without drama, including heartbreak and the struggle to embrace people with differences. Jukebox Jam takes audience members on a joyful journey through America’s Golden Age of Rock-n-Roll (1954-1963).
THRIVE is a multi-generational, non-profit (501c3) performing arts troupe operating in Streetsboro High School’s beautiful, 800-seat auditorium. Learn more about us here: www.ThrivePro.org.