The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen announces 2015-16 season

The Capitol Steps kick off The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen's Center Season Sept. 12.

More than 20 performances of music, dance, comedy and theater are scheduled as part of The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen's 2015-16 season, announced this week.

CACGA's 11-event Center Season, will begin Sept. 12 with the acclaimed Capitol Steps' "Mock the Vote," a unique blend of music and political comedy. The season also will feature The Hot Club of Cowtown, a Western Swing trio, Oct. 17; George Winston, a solo pianist, Nov. 9; Two on Tap Holiday Concert, a song-and-dance duo; Shoemaker and the Elves, a Theatre IV production that puts a yuletide spin on a Brothers' Grimm fairy tale; the 7th Annual Djangoary Music Soiree, featuring performances by several guitarists; Richmond's Finest, featuring Richmond Divas (Debra Wagoner, Cathy Motley-Fitch and Desiree Roots with pianist Ryan Corbitt) and the Richmond Symphony; Masters of Soul "The Motown Era"; Rock and Roll Jubilee; Eleone Dance Theatre; and Seldom Scene.

The center's Second Stage season will feature nine performances (on the first Friday of each month, except for July, August and January, when none will be held, and September and April, when they will be held on the second Fridays instead). The season begins with An Evening of Bluegrass with the Cary Street Ramblers Sept. 11 and continues with The Taters' brand of American and British pop rock; An Evening of Ukelele during the two-day UkeFest VA (Nov. 6-7); Main Street Station Accapella; Susan Greenbaum; Celtic band Handsome Molly; the Honky Tonk Experience; the Rumble Seat Revival; and Copper Ridge bluegrass.

Individual tickets for the Center Season events begin at $10; those for the Second Stage season begin at $15. Season subscriptions offer discounts for both seasons. Season subscriptions are now on sale and available online at or by calling (804) 261-ARTS (2787). Single tickets to all shows will be available for purchase starting July 6.
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