Impractical Jokers, P1Harmony, more shows announced for Santander venues [Spotlight]
Dec 18 – Q, Murr and Sal, creators and stars of truTV hit show Impractical Jokers, are bringing their live comedy tour The Drive Drive Tour to the Santander Performing Arts Centre, Reading on January 18th 28
Following the successful return of “Impractical Jokers” in Season 9 and its new celebrity format, the three look forward to touring for the first time in three years, bringing new jokes and videos to fans across the country.
The tour, consisting of never-before-seen videos and stand-up storytelling, will start in Reading.
Other recently announced shows include South Korean boy band P1Harmony at Santander Arena on February 3; the children’s show Blippi Live, “The Wonderful World Tour”, on April 2nd at the Santander Performing Arts Center; and Christian rock band Casting Crowns’ “The Healer Tour” on April 27 at the Santander Arena.
Tickets are available at ticketmaster.com.
Comedian Gary Gulman is bringing his “Born on 3rd Base Tour” to the Miller Center for the Arts at Reading Area Community College on March 18th.
In over 25 years of comedy, Gulman has established himself as an outstanding performer and a peerless writer. A product of Boston, Gulman was a college football player, accountant, and high school teacher. He has had countless television appearances as both a comedian and actor, and is one of only a handful of comedians to appear on every single late-night comedy show.
Today, Gulman is one of the most popular touring comics and has sold out cinemas across the country. On his “Born On 3rd Base Tour,” he hilariously chronicles his impoverished childhood of food stamps, free lunches, and welfare checks while spearing our current “Tale of Two Cities”-esque wealth gap. Few comedians have approached the classroom so deftly and entertainingly.
Tickets are $32.50 at millercenter.racc.edu.
Studio B Fine Art Gallery, Boyertown, has announced the award winners for its current exhibition, Luminous: Shining Light Extra in the Darkness.
“Holiday Fern,” a photo by Jacki Spearly, won Best in Show. Judge Jaap van Liere awarded Honorable Mentions to Albert Ciervo’s “BSL”, Venetian Plaster; “Charlie”, an intaglio by Suzanne Fellows; Convergence, an acrylic abstract by Ellen Finks; and “In Flux,” an encaustic by Kristen Woodward.
Van Liere is a longtime Boyertown resident, private New York City contemporary art dealer, collector, and avid gardener.
“‘Luminous’ showcases the best work and talents of our artists,” said Susan Biebuyck, Gallery Director, Studio B. “This exhibition is another opportunity for the many talented people who have graced our walls, and for us, to showcase their artistic achievements to celebrate. We aim to lead our community into the darker months by focusing on the incredible talents of our local artists that are “shining”. up ‘our life.”
A video tour of the exhibition can be found at https://youtu.be/s78UQQp7SVg.
The Reading Civic Theater will hold general auditions for the 2023 season on January 7th, 8th, 10th and 11th. For pertinent and detailed information on registration and audition requirements, visit readingcivic.org. All auditions will take place at RCT’s new venue at 4350 Perkiomen Ave., Exeter Township. If you have any questions, email Jeannette DeAngelo, President and Director, at [email protected].