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Aug 20, 2021
Por Que Los Hombres Aman a Las Cabronas
Sep 26, 2021
Oct 2 - 3, 2021
Oct 7, 2021
Oct 8, 2021
August 20, 2021
Stadium-filling Colombian singing legend Silvestre Dangond has risen to become an icon in his home country and across the Latin-speaking world thanks to his modern take on the vallenato music tradition. Hailing from Colombia's coastal Caribbean regions, the genre is filled with folk characters, accordion, poetry and hip-swaying rhythms, to which Dangond adds his trademark pop hooks and production. Don't miss the crooner as he hits US shores on a North American tour this year!
September 26, 2021
Based on the book by best-selling author Sherry Argov, Spanish-language stage play Por que los hombres aman a las Cabrona (Why Men Love B**ches), offers up a unique and hilarious perspective on the relationship dynamics between men and women. It sars Mexican actor and model Gabriel Soto, multi-talented entertainer Aracely Arambula and telenovela star Anastasia Acosta.
October 2 - 3, 2021
Hailed as one of comedy's fastest rising stars, Southern funnywoman Fortune Feimster has worked tirelessly in the entertainment industry ever since she moved to Tinseltown from her native North Carolina in 2003. After making her TV debut on Last Comic Standing in 2010, she quickly solidified her status as newcomer-to-watch with writing and acting roles on Chelsea Lately, The Mindy Project and NBC's champions, amongst other prime time hits.
October 7, 2021
The Columbian pop and folk quartet enjoyed Top 20 success in Columbia and Mexico with their very first single Mi Nuevo Vicio; it later reached the number one spot in Spain when it was released featuring Paulina Rubio. The band's EP Grabado en Madera followed soon after and included another chart-topping single ComoTeAtreves. Impressive stuff for a group that was formed by four childhood friends after graduating from high school in 2015.
October 8, 2021
Award-winning comedian, media personality and former senator Al Franken heads on a nationwide tour where audiences will get a first-hand insight into the public figure's fascinating life. From his start as a writer on SNL during the '70s and '80s to his time as a senator in Minnesota to his two Grammys, five Emmys and four books that hit the New York Times #1 best-seller list, Franken will have plenty to talk about.
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The Majestic Theatre first opened as a Vaudeville theatre in 1921. After major restoration, the Theatre reopened on January 28, 1983 as a performing arts venue. The Majestic Theatre is one of the most historic, elegant performing arts centres in the area. Productions at this venue range concert tours and comedy shows, to smaller local cultural events, dance and musical productions.
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