Toy Boat Community Art Space hosts Asheville Vaudeville April 12

Press Release

From Asheville Vaudeville:

What: Asheville Vaudeville,
with Special Guest Emcee:
Sneaky McFly

When: Saturday,
April 12, 2014

Where: Toy Boat Community Art Space
(101 Fairview Rd. – Asheville)
Who: A variety of local talent and performers!

Come celebrate Asheville Vaudeville’s last show of the 2013-2014 season!
Asheville’s biggest variety show will be returning to the Toy Boat Community Art Space for two shows the night of April 12th.
The show is made up of local variety acts performing all original, new pieces for the Vaudeville stage. As always, Asheville Vaudeville promises to be a night of laughter, excitement and awe as many of Asheville’s finest circus artists, magicians, jugglers, musicians, story-tellers, puppeteers, aerialists and other variety performers take to the stage and show off their amazing skills and creativity while celebrating the spirit of historic Vaudeville shows.
Tickets are available at the door. 7:30pm – 15$, 10:00pm – 12$

Featuring Performances by:
Valerie Meiss & Ian Moore (music/absurdity)
Stray Cat & Alana Davis (fire staff/poi manipulation)
Queen April (burlesque)
Corr de Joch (stand up comedy)
Rigel Pawlak (hilarity)
Elizabeth Evans & Glenn Reed (tap dance/comedy)
Ezekial Adams (stand up comedy)
Tristin Vitriol (burlesque)
Catalina Mystique (burlesque)

For more information please contact Walter Beals at or 828-280-4982

*Photos courtesy of Indulge Images

18 & Over Suggested

About Hayley Benton
Current freelance journalist and artist. Former culture/entertainment reporter at the Asheville Citizen-Times and former news reporter at Mountain Xpress. Also a coffee drinker, bad photographer, teller of stupid jokes and maker-upper of words. I can be reached at hayleyebenton [at] Follow me @HayleyTweeet

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