The Mormon siblings who grew up in front of America still look and sound great, and their variety training on the Strip back in the 1970s allows them to work this old-school showroom setting with ease. The two are quick to split into lengthy solo sets that let Marie sing opera and rock out to Aerosmith, while Donny gives the old Osmonds pop ditty "Yo-Yo" a Justin Beiber treatment. The time apart just makes their time together more valuable. The production numbers with
a campy squad of badly costumed dancers will rekindle memories of their toothier, bad-hair days on variety TV.