Ethan Lipton and his Orchestra’s Obie Award-winning No Place to Go takes audiences on a sometimes hilarious, sometimes moving, sometimes infuriating journey through the demise of the American workplace. This autobiographical one-man-showmeets-Frank-Sinatra adventure, equal parts love letter to his coworkers, query to the universe, and middle finger to corporate America, was declared one of the “Year’s Most Galvanizing Moments” by The New York Times. Human Resources will need a moment of your time after seeing this.
No Place to Go is the first work commissioned by Joe’s Pub at the Public Theatre, NYC.
Sponsored in part by the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation’s ArtsCONNECT program, which is made possible through support from the National Endowment for the Arts.
|Senior (62+):||$22||UR Employee:||$21|
|Child (0-12):||$13||Group (20+):||$22|
This performance will take place at Rhythm Hall, Richmond CenterStage. Ticket prices for this event include a $2 per ticket restoration fee.