Bringing stunning touring performances to its stage, there is always something on at the Chrysler.
There's never a dull moment at Chrysler Hall, or at any of the other Seven Venues. Home to several organizations, including the Virginia Symphony Orchestra and the Virginia Arts Festival, this space is beloved. With upwards of 140 productions happening every year, it's no wonder that the halls are always alive with music, laughter, and anything in between. The Chrysler is located at 215 Saint Pauls Boulevard, in Norfolk, Virginia.
The Play That Goes Wrong | March 3–8
The Play That Goes Wrong got its start in London, and now this American Broadway sister show has audiences laughing just as hard. What starts as a murder mystery quickly falls to shambles as actors forget lines, light and sound cues go awry, and physical comedy rules the stage. Come see stunts, laughter, and maybe even a fire extinguisher, and plan to leave the theater with your sides hurting from all the laughing.
Sebastian Maniscalco | March 12
One of the top comedians performing in America today, and one of the highest-grossing comedians today, Sebastian Maniscalco graces the stage at The Chrysler for one night only. His combination of wit and physical comedy delights audiences of all preferences, and he is sure to make you laugh, too.
Celtic Woman | March 13
Ireland's most successful and popular female music group is coming to the Chrysler. As part of their Celebration—The 15th Anniversary Tour, they will perform some of their favorite songs, as well as some fan-favorites, and put their own spin on some other classic songs. For a night of Celtic melodies and influence, you can head to the Celtic Woman show.
Festival of Laughs | March 14
The annual Festival of Laughs brings together some of comedy's big shots to produce a raucous night of comedy. This year, comedians Sommore, Gary Owen, Tony Rock, and Kountry Wayne will light up the stage with their quick wit and energetic performances, creating what will surely be a memorable night.
The Streisand Songbook | March 21
The Virginia Symphony Orchestra takes the stage, along with vocalist Ann Hampton Callaway, to honor one of America's most beloved performers: Barbra Streisand. The Streisand Songbook will feature many of Streisand's classic songs, in addition to pieces from her staged performances. Callaway is regarded as one of the best Streisand singers today, so you just might forget that it isn't Barbra herself.
Strauss Rosenkavalier Waltzes | March 28
The Virginia Symphony Orchestra sticks around for another show! Honoring some of the best waltzes ever written, the VSO will produce a concert just for waltzes. From Bantock to Schumann to Strauss, the program is sure to have you moved.
Black Violin | March 29
As part of the Impossible Tour, Black Violin frontrunners Wil B. and Kev Marcus will light up the stage, along with several DJs and drummer Nat Stokes. The group uses their classical training and love of hip-hop to shatter stereotypes and break down cultural barriers that exist in the music world. Come see classical music reimagined and maybe even get inspired yourself!
Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory | March 3—April 5
What do you do when you when you have a free night? Come see a show at the Chrysler, that's right. Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory brings the mystical and wondrous world of Willy Wonka to the stage. You already know the story about five kids winning golden tickets and having the opportunity of a lifetime. So now, get your golden ticket and be dazzled by the sheer spectacle and talented voices of this touring production.