Cailloux Theater to celebrate the ‘Ladies of the ‘80’s’

National touring artists Lisa Rock and Melissa Minyard will celebrate the amazing 80’s with “80’s Night Out” at The Cailloux Theater on Saturday, Aug. 17 at 7:30 p.m.

It’s almost time to break out the hair-crimper and stirrup pants.

Playhouse 2000 is throwing a throw-back party to celebrate the sensational sounds of the amazing 80’s.

Powerhouse vocalists Lisa Rock and Melissa Minyard are coming to town with their four-piece band and a show called “80’s Night Out” that pays tribute to lady rockers like Pat Benatar, Irene Cara and Whitney Houston on Saturday, Aug. 17 at 7:30 p.m. in the Cailloux Theater in downtown Kerrville.

From her home base in Chicago, Lisa Rock has toured the country for a decade with her show “Close To You: The Music of The Carpenters.” Some may have seen that terrific tribute to Karen Carpenter when Lisa appeared at The Cailloux in 2014.

Now, Lisa has paired up with Broadway’s Melissa Minyard, from the original cast of “Les Misérables,” to offer an evening full of hits like “Flash Dance (What A Feeling),” “Love Is A Battlefield,” “Material Girl,” “How Will I know,” and many more.

Tickets to see “80’s Night Out” are available from just $16 to $25, and reservations are available at the Cailloux Theater box office, by telephone at 896-9393, or online at (convenience fees apply to online orders.)

The Cailloux Theater is located at 910 Main Street in Downtown Kerrville, where parking is free and pre-show dinner and after-show drinks are both within walking distance.

This concert is presented by Playhouse 2000, Inc., managers, on behalf of the City of Kerrville, of the Kathleen C. Cailloux City Center for the Performing Arts, including the Cailloux and VK Garage Theaters. For more information visit

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