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Oct 26 - 31, 2021
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October 26 - 31, 2021
Take an incredible journey to the past as the critically acclaimed, Broadway production of Anastasia heads on tour. Born from the pens of Obie and Tony-winning playwright Terrence McNally and Tony-winning writing team Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens, who ruled the Great White Way with their smash hit Ragtime, the musical draws on the score of the beloved animated film and includes the memorable melodies of Once Upon A December and Journey To The Past.
October 28, 2021
Food lovers rejoice. The mad scientist of the kitchen is back this year with his third serving of live culinary wonder: Beyond The Eats. Once again, the ingenious chef combines the ingredients of comedy, science, music, mayhem, multimedia presentations and audience interaction, to create one unforgettable dish!
November 4, 2021
The hotly anticipated John Crist is hitting the road, witness the viral video funnyman return with his wheeze-inducing stand-up routine and colorful characterisations, as well as fresh new material and never-before-seen-sketches. Heralded as the next big thing in comedy and a forerunner of Christian humour, Crist has amassed over 300 million views with his insightful sketches about the quirks and nuances of the modern Christian faith, drawing big laughs with videos like 'Millenial Missionaries', 'Road Rage In the Church Parking Lot' and 'Lady Who Has A Bible Verse For Every Situation'.
November 5, 2021
Comedian, podcaster, TV host and actor, is there anything Theo Von can't do?! Catch one of America's rising stars in action this spring as Theo Von heads out on his Dark Arts tour! Famed for his creation of CrankTexts.com (a website where the star gets into all sorts of weird and wonderful conversations with strangers), Theo Von began his varied career when he starred in MTV's hit series Road Rules.
November 6, 2021
There is nothing tranquil about comedian/actor Chris Tucker. A limber, wiry fellow with a high-pitched voice and a delivery as fast as a mosquito's wing beats, he seems energy incarnate. Tucker first started out on the LA comedy scene in the Nineties, on the Def Comedy Jam circuit before coming to prominence in films such as his debut, Friday and then the Rush Hour trilogy. Nowadays he is back on the stage following an expensive run-in with the IRS, and his humor draws upon this and his early life, switching seamlessly between different personas.
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Still known to locals as the Carpenter Center, Centerstage formally opened to the public in 2009, where it is split across two locations in the city. It houses nine performing arts groups including most notably the African American Repertory Theatre, Richmond Ballet, Richmond Jazz Society, Henley Street Theatre / Richmond Shakespeare, Richmond Symphony, Virginia Repertory Theatre and Virginia Opera.
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