Deemed unfit for military service but desperate to help in the war effort, Lawrence, Patrick and Max Andrews decide to be stage hands for the USO show at Fort Kittylock, hoping to one day perform themselves. They're all set to run the lights and move scenery for the big Andrews Sisters' show when they get word that the Sisters have caught the chicken pox and won't be performing. Not wanting to let their soldiers down, the Brothers squeeze into nylons, throw on wigs and give those boys a show they won't soon forget. It's dancing, singing and unforgettable moments featuring favorite 40s tunes like, "Hold Tight," "Shoo-Shoo Baby" and "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy." It's a show the Los Angeles Times hailed as "an entertaining, crowd-pleasing jukebox musical."