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Having spent over 50 years in the music business, Labelle is more than just the singer behind the Sixties monster disco hit Lady Marmalade; the Godmother of Soul still can put her younger contempories in the shade. At 71 years old, LaBelle demonstrates an enviable work ethic and continues to tour regularly, rather than sitting back and relaxing in her twilight years. On screen she has enjoyed a new turn as an actress, appearing in shows such as Empire, Dancing with the Stars and American Horror Story: Freak Show.
January 6, 2021
Self-described as "your favorite high functioning hot mess", social media star turned one-woman comedy tour de force Heather McMahon has fast become the poster girl for the kind of gal that finds the humor in everyday things. From PMS to Trader Joe's to her love for the sunset-colored Aperol Spritz cocktail, the mundanities of life turn into sparkling nuggets of comedy gold in the hands of this funny woman. Don't miss her when she hits US shores on her hilariously titled Farewell Tour (it's her first tour).
January 22, 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.
January 22, 2021
Southern Belle and comedian Leanne Morgan infuses her stand-up comedy with funny and relatable tales of navigating life, motherhood and being a wife. Her 'Big Panty' Tour shows how the mother of three who grew up on a farm can grip audiences with her entertaining anecdotes of living life in rural America.
February 18, 2021
Recognized by his vibrant blue and orange attire and contagiously energetic personality, Blippi is a delight to watch for children everywhere. The fun and spirited character is heading on tour, providing families with an unmissable show that is packed with excitement as much as it is a learning experience for little ones.
600 E Grace St #400, Richmond, VA 23219
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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