Richmond Famous & The Craigslist Show

by | Jan 6, 2011 | COMEDY, POLITICS, RICHMOND NEWS, WTF?!

RVA’s premier spot for alternative comedy, the Richmond Comedy Coalition, is bringing you two hilarious shows this January at Gallery 5.

Event 1: Richmond Famous with Kevin Clay

Kevin Clay, editor and publisher of GayRVA.com—the city’s go-to for LGBT news and entertainment—is a native of Richmond and a VCU School of Mass Communications graduate. In October, Style Weekly honored him as one of the Top 40 Under 40 for his contributions to GayRVA.

  • Who: Kevin Clay
  • What: RCC Presents Richmond Famous with Kevin Clay
  • When: Friday, January 14th, 8 PM
  • Where: Gallery 5, 200 W. Marshall St
  • Admission: $7 ($5 with valid Student ID)

Event 2: The Craigslist Show

The RCC brings their unique longform improv style, inspired by your suggestions, to the stage. This time, they’ll use randomly chosen Craigslist ads—like Casual Encounters, For Sale, and Rants and Raves—as the basis for their comedic scenes. Don’t miss out on this inventive and hilarious performance!

Featuring opening acts from houseteam Middle Management and the debut of Blue Cigar.

  • Who: Richmond Comedy Coalition
  • What: RCC Presents The Craigslist Show
  • When: Thursday, January 20th, 8 PM
  • Where: Gallery 5, 200 W. Marshall St
  • Admission: $7 ($5 with Student ID)

Join the Richmond Comedy Coalition at Gallery 5 for a month of laughter and unique comedy experiences!

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