Jam session! Adam Maas, saxophone, Kelley Lima, percussion, and Mark Burnett, bass, practice 'Rudolph' for their trio piece.
Tim and Ryan, Elton John and Beethoven, dazzle the audience with their rendition of 'Crocodile Rock' - classical/contemporary style!
Tim O'Neill, dressed as Elton John, takes the stage to play a little 'Crocodile Rock'!
Who would have guessed? Tim dressed as 'The King' - Elvis Presley? Tim shows his moves on stage to 'Blue Christmas'.
Elvis invites singing duo to join him on stage
The whole troupe poses for a picture in Tim and Ryan's hometown theater of New Prague, MN. Top row (left to right)- Jeff Sticha (stage mgr), Kelley Lima (drums), Mark Burnett (bass), Emily Fradenburgh (vocals, sales), Tim O'Neill. 2rd row - Ken Cartwright (sound), Tiffany Seevers (vocals/MC), Kathy Keane (project mgr), Ryan O'Neill. 3rd row - Carl (dad) Richardson and Adam Maas. Bottom row (left to right) Justin, Alex, Daniel, Michael Richardson.
Ryan dresses as John Lennon to play Hey Jude Beatles' style.
Ken Cartwright, sound engineer, working on the board before the show in Schaumburg, IL
Not only is Mark a great bassist, but he has a knack for arranging poinsettias as well!
Mark Burnett, adjusting the level of his amp, on stage at the Joslyn Art Museum’s Witherspoon Hall in Omaha, NE.
Ryan dresses as Beethoven to humor the audience with his German-speaking abilities and to play a little classical music.
The Richardson Brothers (left to right) - Michael, Daniel, Alex, and Justin play 'Still, Still, Still' with Tim and Ryan.
Sheboygan comes alive when The O'Neill Brothers' moved into town at the historic Weill Center for the Arts on Main Street.
Tim and Ryan pose for a picture after the show outside the Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts in Sheboygan, WI.
The snowflakes are hung, the trees are in place, the snowman, park bench, and lamppost are lit. Let's move on with the show in Chicago!
Tim and Ryan play On Broadway! in celebration of their newest showtunes CD and invite two lucky audience members to play Name That Tune at each show. One finalist was chosen from each city and at the end of the tour, one lucky winner, won a trip to Broadway.
The trio plays a little more mellow of a song in 'Auld Lang Syne' to bring in the New Year.