Take one favorite classic princess tale, bring it to life with a talented cast of actors, add cupcakes and sprinkles for all, and you have the recipe for the delightful current feature of Riverside Children’s Theater.
A starry night, with a huge moon looking down, is the perfect setting for an evening of songs that have become part of musical theatre history. This is the look and the sound of SOME ENCHANTED EVENING, now running through July 16, 2017, at the Riverside Center for the Performing Arts, just south of DC off of I-95.
Riverside Center for the Performing Arts presents Some Enchanted Evening: The Songs of Rodgers and Hammerstein, a gorgeous, glamorous revue that celebrates the works of two greats from the Golden Age of musical theatre. Conceived by Jeffrey B. Moss, Patrick A’Hearn directs a troupe of talented vocalists, with musical direction by Garrett Jones.
For Immediate Release
June 2, 2017
Producing Artistic Director
Riverside Center for the Performing Arts
540.370.4300, ext. 217
Fredericksburg, Virginia – Riverside Center regrets announcing that due to unforeseen circumstances, John Davidson is no longer able to appear at Riverside on Sunday, July 30, 2017.
For more information or refunds, we ask that patrons please contact the Box Office 540.370.4300.
The Stafford County Cornerstone Business award was given to Riverside Center for the Performing Arts, which recently celebrated 20 years and set attendance records last year with 50,000 guests.
“For a theater to stay in existence for 20 years is extraordinary,” said Patrick Ahearn, producing artistic director. “We want to be around for another 40, if not more.”
The Riverside Center for the Performing Arts received the 2017 Cornerstone Business Award. The newly renovated Riverside Center is 36,000 square feet of dinner theater and conference facility. They received their award for their 20 year legacy of entertainment and success. As the region’s largest tourist attraction, Riverside is a mid-Atlantic destination for performing arts, special events, business meetings and classes for children.
Riverside Center for the Performing Arts is looking to bring disco fever to audiences with its current production of “Saturday Night Fever.”
The musical, based on the iconic John Travolta movie, follows Tony Manero, a Brooklyn 19-year-old who doesn’t seem to have a care in the world. Except for maybe the hair. Please don’t touch his hair.
The movie “Saturday Night Fever” premiered 40 years ago in December 1977. John Travolta’s opening strut down a Brooklyn street to “Stayin’ Alive” by the Bee Gees is among the most familiar scenes in movie history.
Riverside Center for the Performing Arts revives all that energy in an exciting live production of “Saturday Night Fever—The Musical” onstage now through May 7.