||In Route 66, a gang of rowdy Chicago service station attendants strip off their snappy Texaco uniforms and head out on a westward-bound trip filled with music, dance, and highway mischief. This talented quartet of singing grease monkeys will entertain you with rock and pop music from the 1950s and 1960s including such hit tunes as King of the Road, Dead Man's Curve, the Texaco Star Song, and of course, Route 66. The sheer romance of highway travel is something that has virtually disappeared from teh American scene. Route 66 is a reminder of that romance - in all its gas-guzzling, tail-finned, gaudy newon, art deco glory. Make your reservations today for this comic antic and tight harmony vocal show. Cost is $79.00 and includes a buffet lunch at Turkeyville.