Chris Hester: A Nightmare on Altamont Avenue

By | October 18, 2020
Chris Hester: A Nightmare on Altamont Avenue
a Halloween Cabaret with Kim Fox and some ghostly accomplices 
October 30 – 31, 2020; 8:00 pm Onstage and Streaming

Chris Hester, who has been thrilling and chilling RTP audiences for over a decade with his starring performances in shows such as Cabaret and The Boy from Oz, returns to our stage for a hair-raising cabaret performance. Along with the haunting Kim Fox as music director, and some fang-tastic instrumentalists, Chris is plotting an evening of song and stories that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Let the ghoul times roll!
If Chris doesn’t make you wake up singing, then you may not wake up at all!! 
This limited run will feature a reduced capacity of 27 seats per performance, in accordance with CDC guidelines.  A streaming version will also be available.

Seating capacity for this productions will be limited to comply with Virginia’s re-opening guidelines for entertainment venues; other CDC-recommended safety protocols will also be followed to ensure the safety of patrons, as well as RTP staff and artists during the show. Masks must be worn properly, covering both nose and mouth, by all patrons entering or inside the theatre.

The company’s fabled bar will be in operation for all performances, utilizing a new mobile ordering system which eliminates standing in line to order, and provides delivery directly to your seat. Cashless payments are required to use it.

All performances will take place at Richmond Triangle Players’ home at the Robert B. Moss Theatre at 1300 Altamont Avenue in Scott’s Addition, just northwest of the intersection of Arthur Ashe Boulevard and West Broad Street.  Reserved seat tickets can be purchased online at RTP’s web site, through RTP’s Facebook page, or by leaving a message on the RTP Ticket hotline at 804-346-8113. 

Tickets for the live productions are $30, with the streaming option available for $25. All tickets for these productions must be purchased in advance; there will be no walk-up options available. 

RTP’s 2021-21 productions have been made possible in part by generous contributions from the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation, The Roy Cockrum Foundation, CultureWorks Grant Program, the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation, the Virginia Commission for the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts.  

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