Rhode Island's Warwick Musical Theatre opened in 1955 as a theatre-in-the-round that was housed in a circus-like tent and played host to a star-studded roster of touring Broadway shows. Over the next 45 years, the Warwick expanded its repertoire to include equally stellar concerts from pop, rock, country, and comedy acts before finally closing its doors in 1999. This documentary from filmmaker Brian C. Jones pays tribute to the Warwick's enduring legacy -- as well as its beloved owners, Buster and Barbara Bonoff -- through archival footage and interviews with some of the performers that graced its stage, including Bobby Vinton, Engelbert Humperdinck, Wayne Newton, Vince Gill, and Wynonna Judd.
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