If you remember the original Muppet Show (or at least the Weezer video for "Keep Fishin'") you surely recall that those episodes revolved around a scrappy crew of entertainers putting together a Saturday Night Live-style variety show. And in their tribute to the work of Jim Henson, hitting the stage at CenterStage's Gottwald Playhouse this Saturday night, Blacklist Burlesque will revive the spirit of the Muppet Show to bring you a variety of entertainments with a more adult-oriented focus!
We’re all a little obsessed with crime. Be it televised procedurals or mob films, there’s a thrill to getting a glimpse inside the investigations and crimes themselves. With this in mind, Serial’s appeal and success came as no surprise.
Better hurry up folks--at 10 AM, one of the best bands of the last 30 years put tickets up for sale on for their Jefferson Theater show in April.
This Sunday, Santa's naughty list gets a whole lot naughtier, as Deanna Danger Productions returns to The Byrd's stage for their third annual Byrlesque At the Byrd: Holidays At the Movies performance.
If you want to see Richmond in its unfiltered, underground glory, it’s time we introduce you to the RVA Central Show.
Those who've become familiar with the monthly Brews & Burlesque events at Strangeways Brewing, presented by comical neo-burlesque troupe Those Freaking Weirdos, have no doubt become familiar with Dev L. Ish.
“[Burlesque] is about the sexy strip tease, the art of strip tease and seduction. But ours also has an element of humor to it, with a pop culture focus," said Missy Suicide, founder of suicidegirls.com and organizer behind the Suicide Girls' Blackheart Burlesque Tour.
“I’m really interested in pushing boundaries with the ukulele," said Stuart Fuchs, a local multi-instrumentalist and ukulele enthusiast ahead of UkeFest Virginia this weekend. "[I'm excited about] really expanding the music of the ukulele to try and bring something to it that wasn’t done before.”
The third annual UkeFest Virginia will take place from Friday, November 7th through Saturday, November 8th at the Cultural Arts Center in Glen Allen.
Blacklist Burlesque is back with a brand-new burlesque tribute to a cultural icon. Fresh off the success of their Game Of Thrones: Burlesque Is Coming tribute, Blacklist producer Moxie LaBouche and her gang of talented performers are back at it with a tribute to legendary comedy auteur Mel Brooks!
If you have an Instagram account and live in Richmond, you probably saw footage of the Richmond Folk Festival this weekend - and if you missed the best part, you're in luck because we've got it below...
Based on the temperatures lately, it seems that winter really is coming, so it's very apt that the Game Of Thrones Burlesque performance that delighted all comers back at the beginning of last month has returned from its tour of the East Coast with a special encore performance at Richmond CenterStage this Sunday!
In a still-unannounced show, The Foo Fighters will play the National on Sept 17th. The only way you can go, though, is if you participated in the crowdhoster online fundraiser.
Fantasy nerds, HBO fans, and lovers of scantily clad ladies unite:
Winter Burlesque Is Coming! This weekend, TFW producer extraordinaire Moxie LaBouche will be presenting two different performances of a burlesque/comedy tribute to Game Of Thrones, right here in RVA.
The RVA Cabaret are taking it up a notch for their latest production. Known as The Mega Show, this production pulls out all the stops, bringing together top talents from all over the Richmond burlesque community to help support Gallery 5!
Brews & Burlesque, the monthly union between Strangeways Brewing and Those Freaking Weirdos, has added a new partner to the mix beginning with their August edition. Richmond Brewery Tours are the finest local purveyors of the brewery tour experience, providing patrons with a trip to multiple breweries in the Richmond metropolitan area, including guided tours, souvenirs, refreshments, and more.
If you’re looking to enjoy classical music in Richmond in a more relaxed scene, look no further. Classical Revolution RVA is an organization which aims to make classical music more accessible to all by playing in local bars, cafes, and other unexpected places.
Ladies and gentlemen, Those Freaking Weirdos are bringing their monthly extravaganza, Brews & Burlesque, to Strangeways Brewing this Friday night--just in time to kick off Strangeways' One-Year Anniversary Celebration!
It's time to put the 90s revival on pause for at least one night--this Friday at Gallery 5, a crew of 13 RVA burlesque dancers will take us back to the 80s, when hair metal ruled the airwaves and clouds of AquaNet filled the air above LA's Sunset Strip.