Performed by the Poland Spring Players, this group of five talented singers perform a musical review of songs that were the top of the Billboard charts from 1960-1969. The show begins with the hits of the early 60s such as “Chapel of Love” and “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” and includes iconic favorites by Elvis Presley, Neil Sedaka and The Shirelles.

Witness the changing tides in music and style as the group segways into the pop/mod era of the mid-60s with “Monday, Monday” and “These Boots are Made for Walking” along with memorable songs made famous by Lulu, The Turtles and The Monkees.

The two-act show ends with a powerful tribute to the “Season of Love” with the biggest hits from that colorful period including “Hey Jude” by the Beatles and the 5th Dimensions’ era-defining “Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In.”

The veteran performers that make up the Poland Spring Players are Michael Litchfield, Sharon Nightingale, Renée Mahon Davis, Gerry Therrian, and Director Eileen Messina.

The performers are backed up by a four-piece band, including musical director Paul Caron on piano, Shane Davis on bass, guitarist Mike French, and Mark Fredricks on drums. This talented foursome re-create the specific sounds that make these songs instantly identifiable, while providing their own unique interpretations of 32 timeless classics.

The show begins at 8 p.m. in the main dining room. Guests sit at tables with drinks and snacks available for purchase to enjoy throughout the performance. Tickets are $10 per person and available on a first-come, first-served basis.


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