RICHARDSON – A popular boy band known for their singing and dancing are getting the chance to perform one last time.

“Forever Plaid” now running at the Repertory Company Theatre (RCT), is about a group of musicians who meet their fate only to return as ghosts for a one night only concert.

The story takes place at a time when cars had enormous fins and harmonizing bands were all the rage. “Forever Plaid” features some of the best music from the 1950’s including “Catch a Falling Star,” “Day-O,” and “Heart and Soul.”

“Forever Plaid” written by Stuart Ross was first performed in New York in 1989. It was later turned into a motion picture in 2009. Cast members hope it will continue to bring a smile to audiences everywhere.

“It’s a very special show. There’s a lot of fun songs, intimate songs, a lot of slower songs, a lot of fast songs. If they feel something like their lives are a little bit brighter after spending an evening with us, then that is pretty cool,” said actor Christian Black.

The show runs Sept. 16-25 at RCT.

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