The Way We Were tribute show on its way to The Art House

Enjoy a trip down memory lane with the ultimate tribute show to Barbra Streisand, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin.

The Way We Were is a touring tribute show by Sharon Owens, Robbie Howard and Johnny Edwards who perform as three of Las Vegas' biggest stars.

The trio will bring its show to The Art House Wyong on December 5 with tickets on sale now.

The Way We Were is promised to be a a hark back to the golden days, one that will let the audience relive the music and times of three of the greatest and most memorable artists of the 20th century.

Owens delivers the Streisand hits with the heartfelt sincerity and note perfect accuracy that is deserving of this great artist.

She will take the audience on a Streisand journey that all fans will relate to, from the early hits and movies including Funny Girl and Woman In Love through to the 70s era and beyond.

Howard, a Las Vegas performer, entertainer, singer, embodies Sinatra at his musical best with all the big band hits including Come Fly with Me, New York New York and You Make Me Feel So Young.

He began his show business career in Los Angeles in television, appearing in commercials and on shows such as General Hospital, Days of Our Lives, Perfect Strangers, and Growing Pains.

His stage credits include Oklahoma!, Guys and Dolls, The Boyfriend, Bye Bye Birdie, and Fiddler on the Roof.

Edwards, born and raised in an Italian neighbourhood in Brooklyn, New York, channels Martin at his relaxed best crooning his way through his biggest hits including Everybody Loves Somebody, That's Amore and Memories Are Made Of This.

From 1993 to 2004 Edwards was one of the premier Elvis Presley tribute artists nationally and internationally. In 2004 he took over the role of Dean Martin in the Las Vegas production of the long-running and award-winning production The Rat Pack Is Back.

Tickets for The Way We Were are on sale now through www.abstractentertainment.net.