HAMLET —How about a bit magic and thriller to kick off the 2023-2024 Performing Arts Sequence on the Cole Auditorium!
Joshua Lozoff’s “Life Is Magic” present on Sunday, Oct. 15, would be the opener for what will be a terrific season, mentioned Cole Auditorium Director Joey Bennett.
“From soul to circus to Broadway, we now have a bit little bit of the whole lot this present season, which is why we encourage everybody to buy season tickets,” Bennett mentioned. “Not solely is it probably the most inexpensive possibility, nevertheless it additionally ensures you a terrific seat at each present.”
Season tickets go on sale Monday, Might 22. Relying on seating alternative, season tickets vary in value from $100 to $150.
2023-2024 Present Line Up
“Life Is Magic” – Oct. 15 at 3 p.m.
Joshua Lozoff’s magic present is all about instinct and amazement. He combines astounding psychological demonstrations with wonderful magic he has discovered from his travels all over the world. His present is extremely interactive, and far of the enjoyable comes from watching fellow viewers members take part on stage. Not your typical magician, Joshua leaves you with a singular, memorable expertise that would be the spotlight of the season.
“Portrait of Aretha: CeCe Teneal Celebrates the Queen of Soul” – Nov. 16 at 7:30 p.m.
She taught us the right way to “Suppose” and demand “Respect,” all whereas driving on the “Freeway of Love.” In “Portrait of Aretha,” award-winning vocalist CeCe Teneal honors the legacy of Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul, with customized interpretations of each standard and lesser-known songs from the 18-Grammy award-winning icon’s 50-year profession. Teneal has traveled the world along with her expertise, opening for musical luminaries like Buddy Man, Joe Cocker, Johnny Lang and the legendary B.B. King.
“A Charlie Brown Christmas” Reside on Stage – Dec. 8 at 7:30 p.m.
This Broadway type manufacturing of the traditional animated tv particular involves life on this devoted stage adaptation that includes all of your favourite characters from “Charlie Brown and the Peanuts Gang” as they uncover the true that means of Christmas. It is going to be an immediate vacation traditional for the entire household with its high-energy choreography and traditional Vince Guaraldi rating.
“Solstice: A Winter Circus Expertise” – Feb. 24 at 4 p.m.
“Solstice” is an all-new theatrical circus present by Activate Leisure from Winston-Salem and the Triad. This 75-minute family-friendly present tells a narrative of self-discovery, reminiscence and shared expertise. Watch the extraordinary and prepare to really feel like a child once more!
“Snow White” from Columbia Metropolis Ballet – March 19 at 7:30 p.m.
The Columbia Metropolis Ballet from Columbia, S.C., will deliver the traditional fairy story, “Snow White,” to life on this magical efficiency with impeccable dancing, sweeping music and an elaborate set design. Below the management of Creative and Government Director William Starrett, the Columbia Metropolis Ballet produces what critics have described as “a number of the highest high quality cultural leisure within the Southeast.”
The Barricade Boys – April 29 at 7:30 p.m.
Direct from London’s West Finish, The Barricade Boys are the UK’s most fun theatrical vocal group with powerhouse vocals, slick dance routines and an unbelievable array of various music. From the emotion of Les Misérables to the carefree doo-wop harmonies of The Jersey Boys and the uncooked power of West Facet Story, The Barricade Boys take you on a journey that features melodies from the world’s biggest songwriters, like Billy Joel, Elton John and Queen. It is a present that may carry your spirits and make your coronary heart sing.
The 2023-2024 Performing Arts Sequence present tickets will probably be offered as a package deal and individually. Reserved seating will probably be used for all exhibits this season. Purchasers will probably be assigned a seat location when tickets are bought. Season tickets go on sale Might 22. Particular person present tickets will be bought beginning July 11.
Tickets will be bought on the Cole Auditorium Field Workplace positioned on the Hamlet Campus of Richmond Group Faculty. The Field Workplace is open Monday by Thursday from 8 a.m. to five p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
To view all ticket costs, go to www.richmondcc.edu/showtickets or name (910) 410-1691.