April 2019 - Evan's Family Variety Show

By Family Variety Show (other events)

Sunday, April 28 2019 4:00 PM 5:30 PM

Evan’s Family Variety show returns with a full cast, featuring not one but TWO headliners! Both acts are fantastic – so come celebrate the return of the Variety Show with us!

Louie Foxx

Audiences across the USA love Louie Foxx's One-Man Side Show and you will too! Howie Mandel called
Louie's performance on NBC's America's Got Talent "Fantastic" and the International Brotherhood of
Magicians said Louie was "Incredible". In addition to amazing magic and hilarious comedy, Louie is a two
time Guinness World Record Holder and was voted the Best Live Entertainment for Families by the readers
of the Parent Map Magazine two years in a row!

Scotty McQueen

Scotty McQueen is a mind reader,  creative consultant, presentation coach, method actor, conceptual artist, and motivational speaker.  He is conducting PhD research on the psychology and performativity of non-physical communication at University College Cork, where he was a first prize winner of the Doctoral Showcase.  He has been featured on TV3, headlined at the National Circus Festival of Ireland and the Spiegeltent Festival in Wexford, performed for Boeing and Heineken, and consulted for Microsoft and the BBC. He holds an MFA in Physical Theatre from Tuscany’s Accademia dell’Arte and an MPA in Strategic Public Policy from the American University of Paris.

Tickets are pay what you can. We would love it if you supported the show with a paid ticket - and the $25 tickets will not only do that, but we will hold seats for you in the front (kids will be on the floor right in front, seating begins right behind them), a magician will perform a routine for you and your family before the show, and after the show you will have a chance to meet the performers!

However the point of the show is accessibility of the arts - so if you pay nothing, that's absolutely fine by us. We just want you to come and have a wonderful time!

NOTE: Please let us know in advance if you will need wheelchair access. There is a chairlift that is rated for 350 pounds, but it needs to have someone come down to run it. We will happily do so but don't want to keep you waiting if you need it, so drop me a note and I'll make sure you have my phone number - [email protected] It's a hundred year old building - they are planning an elevator but it's not there yet!