John Cameron Mitchell - The Origin of Love
Jun 25 - 26, 2020
Jul 15, 2020
Jul 31, 2020
Sibling Rivalry Live
Sep 1, 2020
Sep 3, 2020
June 25 - 26, 2020
John Cameron Mitchell takes to the stage once again for this special evening delving into the history of his famous alter ego Hedwig. An outrageous East German trans superstar and front person of The Angry Inch, the character burst onto (off) Broadway in 1998 in the groundbreaking rock musical. Hilarious, and irreverent hear songs from the show, stories from Hedwig's past and more as John previews his newest project - new musical Anthem.
July 15, 2020
Ripping a page right out of the gospel according to Springsteen, Brian Fallon led the Gaslight Anthem to glory by creating uplifting, rock and roll anthems extolling the highs and lows of blue-collar living. When the New Jersey rockers announced an indefinite hiatus in 2015 to much mass mourning, Fallon took the opportunity to focus on his solo project. Don't miss the fruit of his labor as he hits the road with backing band The Howling Weather.
July 31, 2020
Appearing on stage with a stool, a microphone, and a can of Diet Pepsi, Paula Poundstone is famous for her razor-sharp wit and spontaneity. She returns this year with her smart humor and spontaneous wit for an evening of legendary comic material. Her ability to interact with her audience members has been hailed for years, something most comedians fail to do - but there's no slowing Poundstone down as she continues to rip riotous laughter for all who witness her talent. Make sure you don't miss this iconic comedian when she comes to your town.
September 1, 2020
Ru Paul's Drag Race alums Bob The Drag Queen and Monet X Change are taking their hilarious podcast to the road this year, bringing their bickering to a stage near you. Whilst the pair might not actually be related, they sure do act like sisters. Expect an evening of laughter, light and tea-spilling joy!
September 3, 2020
Dubbed the Neil Young of his generation, Kurt Vile is courageously keeping the fires of heartland rock burning, fusing the old school, blues-tinged Americana of the open roads with modern production techniques and swathes of shoegazy synth. He first introduced the world to his considerable talent in 2005 as part of the duo War On Drugs, subsequently coming into his own in a solo capacity over the course of seven studio albums. Don't miss the gifted innovator when he heads out on tour with his backing band The Violaters!
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