Since 2010, Richmond Triangle Players has presented local, national and internationally-acclaimed musical and cabaret performers to great acclaim and adoring audiences. Notable acts include Richmond favorites Georgia Rogers Farmer, Kathy Halenda, Jason Marks, Billy Christopher Maupin, Chris Hester, Debra Wagoner, and Matt Beyer; new talents such as Kelsey Cordrey, Brittany Simmons and Christina Cataldo; New York MAC (Manhattan Association of Cabaret) Award winners Rick Skye and Tommy Femia in Judy and Liza Live!, Steven Brinberg as Simply Barbra and Ricky Ritzel; as well as Alan Palmer’s The Fabulous Divas of Broadway and Tom Judson in Canned Ham. This upcoming season is no exception! Join us for one or all of these amazing talents!
Reserved cabaret seating; $45 for 8:00 show – $70 for 10:30 show
The Tony-nominated star of Side Show comes to with her Broadway My Way cabaret, which has played to rave reviews all over the country. This special event will have an early and late show, just in time to toast the New Year!
Reserved cabaret seating $30
Storyteller and monologist Miss Coco Peru has been regaling her audiences all over the country with her hilarious hi-jinks for over 20 years! She has also appeared in dozens of films and TV shows, from Logo to HBO.
A hilarious homage to the husband and wife lounge act duos of yore, Dick and Delores share their stories of celebrity, love, life and entertaining. From competing with Liz Taylor, wedding Elvis, bedding Donald Trump and performing in burlesque, Dick and Delores will literally charm the pants right off of you! Writer/ creator ALAN PALMER has outdone himself with this loving and hysterical tribute to the Prima Lounge acts reminiscent of yesteryear. Andrew Orbison’s music adds just the right amount of camp with bouncing melodies and haunting ballads.
Reserved cabaret seating $25
Richmond’s take on New York’s popular “Broadway Backwards” series presents beloved local artists performing some of your favorite pop and Broadway songs … with a gender-bending twist! Directed by Lucian Restivo