Henrico Theatre to present fourth season of ‘Henrico Live’

The fourth season of "Henrico Live" at Henrico Theatre in Highland Springs will feature 14 shows – from country music to jazz, one-man theatre to full theatrical performances – between September and May. The theatre announced the scheduled earlier this month.

The theatre also announced new options for season tickets, through which patrons may choose which performances they wish to include with their season tickets and save more money as they include more shows. (Those who select three or four shows save 25 percent off their total cost ,and those who select five or more save 50 percent.)

Along with the live performances, Henrico Theatre also features recent movies on the first weekend of each month and family classics on the third Saturday. Tickets and refreshments are $1 each.

All shows are held at Henrico Theatre, 305 E. Nine Mile Rd in Highland Springs.

Tickets, performance details, movie schedule and theatre information are available at http://www.henricolive.com.

The full schedule is:

River City Jazz
Fri, Sep 15, 7pm.
Explore everything from standard jazz and big band repertoire to Latin, rock and more contemporary styles as you listen to this 20-piece big band.

Cash Unchained
Sat, Sep 30, 7pm.
Take a journey back in time to the life and music of “The Man in Black” performed by Cash Unchained.

Bak N Da Day
Sat, Oct 14, 7pm.
Take a trip down memory lane with Richmond’s quintessential oldies vocal group as they sing music spanning the 50s, 60s, and 70s.

Honky Tonk Experience
Fri, Oct 20, 7pm.
The Honky Tonk Experience brings country classics to life while at the same time performing songs of current artists whose music is true to what country music used to be and still should be. A Honky Tonk Experience show brings young and old together. The “Experience” is a true “hard-core” country music band!

Doors Wide Open
Fri, Nov 17, 7pm.
Doors Wide Open is a collaborative effort of five young men whose sole desire is to play music. Their eclectic style and love of music will keep you wanting more as they play Jazz-fusion and R&B-funk.

A Christmas Carol
Fri, Dec 15, 7pm.
John Hardy performs his one-man performance of A Christmas Carol. His portrayal of all 40 characters in this Dickens classic truly brings the story to life!

Christmas with KOS & Susan Greenbaum
Sat, Dec 16, 4 & 7pm.
Come join us for an evening filled with holiday favorites from Richmond’s own KOS and Susan Greenbaum. Listen to their unique arrangements and sounds of the seasonal songs you love.

Barter Players present Call of the Wild
Sat, Jan 13, 2pm.
The Barter Players bring their critically acclaimed production of Call of the Wild to Henrico Theatre. The entire family will enjoy this beautiful show.

Sat, Feb 10, 7pm.
Take four musicians steeped in their Appalachian music, add in the beautiful repertoire of Celtic music and the result is, Celtibillies. Come and enjoy this rousing performance of two great musical traditions!

Barbara Lawson Stories with a Twist
Sat, Feb 24, 2pm.
Barbara’s performance is entertaining, interactive, and full of wild and wonderful stories from all over the world. Great for the whole family!

Aura Curriatlas Physical Theatre
Sat, Mar 24, 7pm.
This amazing troupe of actors performs Dream Logic and A Life With No Limits. They combine strength with humor, curiosity and inventiveness to bring alive their intensely physical brand of performance, incorporating circus and dance techniques into well-executed narratives. Not to be missed!

Joe Enroughty & The Royal Virginians
Fri, Apr 20, 7pm.
The Royal Virginians led by Joe Enroughty perform music of the Big Band Era by “name bands” including Guy Lombardo, Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, and Count Basie.

Virginia Repertory Theatre on Tour
Sat, Apr 28, 2pm.
Virginia Repertory Theatre presents Huck and Tom and the Mighty Mississippi. Kids will delight in this classic story brought to life.

Desiree Roots Centeio presents the Ladies of Jazz
Fri, May 18, 7pm.
You won’t want to miss this incredible performance by Desiree Roots Centeio as she brings to life the ladies of jazz including Ella Fitzgerald, Nancy Wilson, Billie Holliday, and Lena Horne.
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