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Events

February 2018 EVENTS


03 | Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo

It’s Ballet like you’ve never seen it before! Established as a major dance phenomenon around the world, this hilarious (and incredibly talented) all-male comedic company has appeared in over 30 countries across the globe. Affectionately known as “the Trocks,” the troupe’s repertoire includes a full range of ballet and modern dance performed in faithful renditions. Men dance all the parts, delicately balancing on toes as swans, water sprites, romantic princesses, or angst-ridden Victorian ladies in eye-popping costumes. Whether you’re an aficionado or experiencing ballet for the first time, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo is boisterous evening of laughter and dance.

The American Theatre
$55/$45
757/722-2787
https://www.hamptonarts.net/

10 | 21st Annual Black History Month Breakfast

Celebrate the start of Black History Month with members of the Aberdeen Gardens Historic and Civic Association at the 20th annual breakfast.

Queen Street North Worship Center
$30
757/722-2345
http://www.aberdeengardens.org

17 | The Blind Boys of Alabama

If there’s one word to describe The Blind Boys of Alabama, it’s legendary. The original members first sang together as kids at the Alabama Institute for the Negro Blind in the 1930s and have flourished over the decades. Their unique sound blends the close harmonies of early jubilee gospel with the more fervent improvisations of hard gospel. Today, the Grammy Award-winning group draws from a variety of musical genres, including music by Tom Waits and the Rolling Stones. This live show will be a roof-raising musical event that appeals to audiences of all cultures. The Blind Boys of Alabama have attained the highest levels of achievement in a career that spans over 75 years and shows no signs of diminishing.

The American Theatre
$45/$40
757/722-2787
https://www.hamptonarts.net/

24 | 19th annual Country for Kids Concert

19th annual Country for Kids ConcertSara Evans and Alec Edmonds headline Country For Kids 2017 with 100% of the proceeds benefiting the Center for Child & Family Services. This year's concert will be our 19th year and has featured artists such as Keith Urban, Little Big Town, Gary Allan, Phil Vassar, Rodney Atkins, Jo Dee Messina, Tracy Lawrence, Chris Cagle to name a few over the years.  

Hampton Roads Convention Center
$25

http://www.countryforkids.com/cfk2017/index.html

24 | Cécile McLorin Salvant

Cécile McLorin Salvant graces the American Theatre with her silky jazz sound that earned her a 2016 Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Album, For One To Love.  Salvant’s natural curiosity for the history of American music and the connections between jazz, vaudeville, blues, and folk music, informs her unique performance style, which often includes rarely recorded, forgotten songs with strong stories. Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Cécile McLorin Salvant moved to Aix-en-Provence, France, to study classical and baroque music, and it was here that she developed a love for jazz. Since winning the Thelonious Monk competition in Washington D.C., she has toured clubs, concert halls and festivals, and is sure to deliver a stylish and captivating evening of music.  This is a not to be missed event on The American Theatre stage.

The American Theatre
$45/$35
757/722-2787
https://www.hamptonarts.net/

25 | Ella at 100

Celebrating the 100th birthday of Ella Fitzgerald, a native of Newport News, Award winning Jazz artist and Virginia Native, Desirée Roots brings to life Ella’s most noted songs.  Accompanied by some of Virginia’s most acclaimed Jazz musicians, this evening of celebration and joy comes to The American Theatre stage for just two performances.   Joining Roots on stage will be Scott Wichmann as Frank Sinatra, Billy Dye as Louis Armstrong, and Anthony Cosby as Nat “King” Cole.   Born April 25, 1917, Ella Fitzgerald was one of the greatest Jazz singers of all time. “The First Lady of Song” delighted audiences around the world for over 60 years, sold over 40 million albums, and received numerous awards and honors, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom.  Join us as we commemorate Ella at 100!

The American Theatre
$40/$30
757/722-2787
https://www.hamptonarts.net/