Yesterday Once More

  • The Barnhill Center - Hasskarl Auditorium

    111 West Main Street
    Brenham, Texas 77833
Ticket Price $70.00-$90.00 This event is now over

This is some of the most popular music ever recorded.


From Las Vegas-based Chapquist Entertainment comes a spectacular musical revue celebrating four of the most iconic singing groups known for their vocal harmonies. 


Yesterday Once More features instantly recognizable hits ranging from The Carpenters’ “Close To You,” ABBA’s “Dancing Queen,” The Mamas and Papas’ “California Dreaming” to The 5th Dimension’s “Up, Up And Away.”


You’ll enjoy non-stop hits and dancing, gorgeous costumes, and informative humorous banter. 


The looks, the voices and the great songs are performed by four dynamic singers/dancers whose lush vocal interpretations are featured as ensemble as well as



Chapquist Entertainment is known for their critically acclaimed, sold-out musical productions that have performed worldwide at arenas, theaters, showrooms and luxury cruise lines.


Award winning producer/director Michael Chapman achieved Broadway acclaim as the original producer/director of the Tony-Award winning hit show “Forbidden Broadway,” which holds the record of being New York’s longest running musical-comedy satire. 


He also created shows ranging from a nostalgic musical-comedy starring Broadway legend Chita Rivera at Carnegie Hall, to large-scale musical events at New York’s Lincoln Center.


Along with his production partners, Motown producer George Solomon and choreographer Paul Holmquist, Michael has created musical revues that appeal to all ages. Their shows have appeared extensively throughout the USA and also in sold-out tours through Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the United Kingdom and Kuala Lumpur.


Learn more on their website.

Click here to watch them perform.

Venue Details

The Barnhill Center - Hasskarl Auditorium

111 West Main Street
Brenham, Texas 77833 The Barnhill Center - Hasskarl Auditorium
The Barnhill Center
Built-in 1925, in the grand architectural style of Beaux-Arts Classical Revival, the Simon Theatre provided a splendid setting for many theatrical performances, film screenings and ballroom dances. The James Simon family commissioned Houston architect Alfred C. Finn, whose career included designing a number of prominent Houston buildings as well as the San Jacinto Monument, to design the theatre for the community of Brenham. Today, after a meticulous million-plus dollar renovation, the glamour and grand style lives on for future generations in the newly named Barnhill Center at Historic Simon Theatre.

Find more The Barnhill Center Events and Music events in Brenham