Articles Archive for December 2009
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America’s Got Talent finalist Grandma Lee is flying to Charleston to usher in the New Year. Fresh from Las Vegas, America’s favorite grandma will rolling on the floor laughing as she perform at the Comedy Zone on December 31.
The Comedy Zone is offering a special New Year’s Eve package for as low as $229 per couple. Package includes hotel accommodations, bottle of champagne in your room, 3-entree dinner buffet for 2, 2 tickets to the 8pm or 10pm show, dance party immediately after both shows and a grand breakfast buffet. …
Sit back and laugh your worries away as Big Ed Caylor and Mary Asher takes the stage this weekend, December 11 and 12 at the Comedy Zone.
At 8pm on Friday and Saturday, Big Ed will regal audiences with his hilarious look at small-town life. A true blue Southern boy, Big Ed is outrageous, off the charts and original. Joining him onstage is Mary Asher, a comedienne with a wicked sense of humor. The proverbial class clown, Mary will have you in stitches.
General admission tickets are at $10. Showtime …
The Charleston Stage Company will be staging its production of Sarah Ruhl’s “Dead Man’s Cell Phone” On February 18-20 and 25-27 next year. They will be holding auditions next week for actors to cast for next year’s show. Auditions will be held on December 13 and 14, 7pm at the WVSU Capitol Center Theatre, 123 Summers Street in Charleston. Four women and two men are needed.
Tim Mace directs this production dramatic comedy which focuses on the strange adventures of Jean, a woman who decides to answer the incessantly ringing cell …
Next weekend, Charleston Stage Company will present its second production of the 2009-2010: “Underneath the Lintel” on December, 10th, 11th and 12th.
Glen Berger’s one man show was awarded first place honors at the West Virginia Theatre Conference, and has been chosen to represent West Virginia at the Southeastern Theatre Conference in March. The CSC production is directed by Geoff Coward directs and stars Joe Miller as the Librarian.
Underneath the Lintel is a thought-provoking and compelling play, this one man production encompasses the globe and two thousand years of history …