The Super Supremes offer a Motown Tribute not to be missed. Roxie, the “lead girl” and her sister Coco, have hired a new girl. But what Roxie doesn’t realize is this backup girl has no intention of “backing up” or backing off. The new girl Diana is going to do her best to wrench the title of lead girl from Roxie, but it will be a fight to the diva death. Roxie won’t give up her crown without a fight! The sequins and feathers start to fly – all to the sound track of the greatest Motown hits from the 60s and 70s.
Be transported back to an era where groove and glamour collide. These three sirens of song offer up a Motown Tribute not to be missed. Roxie Chevrolet – the self proclaimed “lead girl” and her younger sister Coco – have hired a new girl for the group. But what Roxie doesn’t realize is that this backup girl has no intention of “backing up” or backing off…
The sequins and feathers start to fly – all to the sound track of the greatest motown hits from the 60’s and 70’s.
From the Supremes “Stop in the Name of Love”, and “You Can’t Hurry Love”, to Aretha’s “Think” and “Respect” – the list of hits goes on and on, culminating in a “diva-off” that would make Diana Ross proud!
Complete with dazzling voices and choreography, slick dialogue and gorgeous costumes, the Super Supremes will lift the roof right off your next event.
The Super Supremes is an extremely versatile production. Designed with corporate audiences in mind, the music crosses generations and will appeal to audiences of all ages – male and female. Whether your audience wants to sit an enjoy the show or get up and dance to the music, The Super Supremes will provide an excellent corporate entertainment solution. Available as two 30 minute halves, or a 30 minute “show” and a 20 minute dance set – the show’s flexibility means that it can cater for your events’ particular requirements.
Super Supremes song list:
Why do Fools Fall in Love
Stop in the Name of Love
You Can’t Hurry Love
Say a Little Prayer
Heard it through the Grapevine
River Deep Mountain High
Nowhere to Run
I’m Coming Out
Aint No Mountain