In The Year 2000

This show is a humorous take on different predictions that have been made throughout history. Each segment of the show is introduced with a different prediction of what the indoor percussion activity will be like in the future.

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SHOW SUMMARY

This show is a humorous take on different predictions that have been made throughout history.

Each segment of the show is introduced with a different prediction of what the indoor percussion activity will be like in the future. The character of the music is very robotic and futuristic and alludes to a robotic uprising of the members. The irony of the year 2000 having already past is a joke to refer to all of the false prophecies that have occurred over time . . . especially y2k.!

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Available in Open Class and World Class versions.

SHOW LENGTH
  • Open Class: 5:33

  • World Class: 5:52

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