Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta


Sentimental Musicale Offers 1940s Tunes

Published October 23, 2008

Music lovers can take a step back in time to relive the 1940s in a musical revue that captures a bygone era.

The Henry Singers are back by popular demand for an encore performance of their nostalgic 1940’s show, “Sentimental Journey: A World World II Musical Revue.”

The show will be presented on Saturday, Nov. 8, at St. James the Apostle Church in McDonough. Curtain goes up at 7 p.m.

Dressed in costumes of the war years of the 1940s, singers will perform the era’s best love songs, Broadway melodies and patriotic tunes.

This performance is dedicated to all war- and peace-time soldiers and their families. Members of the audience are encouraged to wear their military uniforms, dogtags and caps.

The Henry Singers, under the direction of Diane Scarbrough, are volunteers who enjoy sharing their love of quality intergenerational music with the community. The group invites the audience to join them after the concert for a dessert and beverage reception.

A $5 donation per person allows the group to continue their community outreach.

St. James the Apostle Church is located at 1000 Decatur Road., McDonough.

For more information call (770) 320-8307.