- The People's Tenor: Michael Amante or comedian Sal Richards' New Year's Eve Celebration
- Where: The Rrazz Room at the Coral Springs Museum of Art
- Section: general admission
- Door time: one hour before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.
- $25 for one ticket to see The People's Tenor: Michael Amante on Saturday, December 14, at 7:30 p.m. (up to a $50.52 value)
- $30 for one ticket to attend Sal Richards' New Year's Eve Celebration on Tuesday, December 31, at 10:30 p.m. (up to a $62.12 value)
- How you met Michael Amante: singing classic arias such as "O Solo Mio" and "La Donna è Mobile" on his self-titled 2001 debut album
- Why they call him The People's Tenor: in addition to his bel canto training, he's an accomplished performer of rock, gospel, and Broadway musicals
- His other nicknames: "The Prince of High Cs," "Mike"
- Notable stage roles: he alternated between Judas and Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar, played Danny Zuko in Grease and Tony in West Side Story, and starred as B.F. Pinkerton in Madame Butterfly
- His favorite rock bands: Foreigner, Journey, and Kansas
Sal Richards' New Year's Eve Celebration
- How you met Sal Richards: you saw him playing a drunk in The Godfather, or appearing on TV's The Fugitive and Law & Order: Criminal Intent
- His talents: old fashioned joke-telling with a little musical pizzaz
- Who else is coming to the party: his son Guy Richards, an actor, comedian, and singer in his own right
- Anyone else?: Sinatra tribute artist Jerry Cardone, possibly a rosy-cheeked Baby New Year
The Rrazz Room
For 10 years, San Francisco's Rrazz Room was a Bay-area institution. The swanky establishment specialized in throwback big-band performances, seasoned with jazz, blues, doo-wop, and old-fashioned rock 'n' roll. But the nightclub closed it's doors forever on New Year's Eve, 2012—and opened them again at venues across the country. In South Florida, the finger-snappers transformed the Coral Springs Museum of Art into their old haunt. Similar revivals of the past also took place at the Ramada New Hope in Pennsylvania and in Stephen Hawking's time-portal to 2004.