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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Comedian Lisa Lampanelli to stand out at Palace Theatre


 
“She’s more than a standup. She’s a standout.” Jim Carrey said it best. Lisa Lampanelli certainly stands out among comedians and she is bringing her raunchy performance to the Palace Theatre on Saturday, September 24.

Dubbed the insult comic, Lisa pokes fun of celebrities, audience members and even herself. No one can dodge the one-liners Lisa delivers during her standup routine.

The Connecticut-native is a regular on late night television, and a frequent guest and guest host on Howard Stern's Sirius XM satellite radio shows.

Howard says, “She's the one person who will be invited to a roast and destroy everything in her path and leave you wondering who could follow her. Lisa will steal the show every time.”
 
Often seen on Comedy Central’s celebrity roasts, Lisa thrives as the “Queen of Mean.” In addition to performing standup, Lisa has appeared on Inside Amy Schumer, Bounty Hunters, and Reno 911!

If comic relief is what you need this fall, put the Lisa Lampanelli show on your calendar. Tickets can be purchased here.

Saturday, July 23, 2016

It’s Time to Raise the Curtain: Announcing The Palace’s Fall Season

https://www.palacestamford.org/Online/article/upcomingevents
 
Comedians, dancers, singers and children’s entertainment will all take the stage this fall at The Palace, bringing a diverse mix of live shows to Stamford. Whether you are a fan of inspirational music, enjoy stand-up comedy or are looking for a family-friendly event, The Palace has something for everyone this fall.

 
https://www.palacestamford.org/Online/article/oddsquad
 

Live entertainment for families in Stamford

Are your kids fans of Odd Squad? On October 6th, the PBS Kids hit show Odd Squad comes to The Palace. Kids will love teaming up with the Odd Squad agents in this live, interactive adventure to solve an exciting case. Gadgets, villains and music await. Don’t miss out on a great weekend outing for the whole family. Buy your ODD SQUAD tickets today.

 
https://www.palacestamford.org/Online/article/lisalampanelli
 

Nationally acclaimed comedienne to visit Stamford

The beloved “Queen of Mean” visits The Palace on September 24th. Don’t miss your chance to see Lisa Lampanelli live on stage. She is the mastermind behind the off-Broadway hit Stuffed and lauded by Jim Carrey as a “stand out.” Whether you’re planning for a night out with friends or looking for something entertaining to do on your next date night, this insult comic is sure to please. This September, spend a Saturday night with comedian Lisa Lampanelli at The Palace. Lisa Lampanelli tickets are on sale now.

 
https://www.palacestamford.org/Online/article/jeremycamp
 

Grammy nominees to deliver inspirational musical performances live at The Palace

Our season officially kicks off on September 18th, when Grammy nominated artist and five time GMA Dove Award winner Jeremy Camp brings his contemporary sound and uplifting songs of praise and worship to The Palace. This is a great opportunity to see Christian music live in Fairfield County. For a taste of what you can expect, check out the official live video of Jeremy Camp performing Only In You. See Jeremy Camp at The Palace on September 18th.

https://www.palacestamford.org/Online/article/beonetour

 

Natalie Grant and former American Idol contestant Danny Gokey have joined forces for the Be One Tour, coming to The Palace in Stamford on October 13th. Natalie has been named Female Vocalist of the Year five times by The Gospel Music Association. She is a four-time Grammy nominated artist who is known for her passionate performances of hits such as Be One. Gokey has become known for his hit song Tell Your Heart to Beat Again, which hit #1 on Billboard’s Christian Airplay Chart, and was named Male Vocalist of the Year at the 2016 K-Love Fan Awards. The Be One Tour rolls into Stamford on October 13th. Buy your Be One Tour tickets today.

 
Also gracing The Palace stage this fall will be country singer Olivia Lane, the US Army Field Band, comedian Steve Hofstetter and the show Will and Anthony: A Broadway Holiday. Stay tuned – tickets will be available soon for these live performances in Stamford.

 
https://www.palacestamford.org/Online/article/dining
 


We’re excited to welcome these outstanding acts to The Palace this fall and hope to see you there. Stamford is home to not only The Palace, but great restaurants where you can grab dinner before or after a show. (Be sure to check out the pre-theatre dinner promotion on our website for some great restaurants to try!) Support the arts this fall and catch one or more of these great performances at The Palace.

Friday, February 12, 2016

Check CHET out – and let CHET help you invest in your child’s future!




State Treasurer Denise L. Nappier, as Trustee of the Connecticut Higher Education Trust (CHET) is dedicated to promoting financial literacy across the state, and helping families save for future college costs.



Each year the CHET 529 college savings program hosts various promotions and events to help spread the word about CHET - how easy it is to get started and what a difference it can make for a child’s future. For example:

CHET Baby Scholars – the state, through CHET, is offering $250 for every new baby born in Connecticut. Don’t miss out, tell family and friends about this great program to get families started early saving for college! Learn more at www.aboutchet.com/babyscholars
CHET Dream Big! Competition (going on NOW through 3/30, learn more at www.chetdreambig.com ) – Drawing and essay contests for students K-8
CHET Advance Scholarship – Coming up this fall, high school seniors and freshman can apply for $2,500 college scholarships. Learn more at www.chetadvance.com



What is CHET?  CHET is Connecticut’s 529 college savings plan. CHET offers tax advantages, including tax-free growth and withdrawals, and a CT state income tax deduction.  A CHET account can be opened with as little as $25, and family members and friends can help contribute. To read about all of CHET’s activity in the community, and to learn more about the plan, visit us online at www.aboutchet.com or call 888-799-2438.



CHET 529 College Savings Program is a Sponsor of The Palace Stamford’s:




Monday, December 7, 2015

Palace Board Member Sheryl Battles Honored at the 2016 Brava Awards!





Let our voices rise in Brava for 11 outstanding women being honored by the YWCA. In a night to be remembered, our very own Sheryl Battles will be recognized for her outstanding leadership, drive and commitment to not only her peers but the community. For representing the core values of the YWCA, Mrs. Battles and ten other women, will be honored for all they have accomplished, and for the impact they have had upon all who they have touched. 



Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Celebrate 100 Years of Frank Sinatra with John Pizzarelli at The Palace THIS Friday!





THIS Friday, December 4, 2015 at 8:00 pm, the voice of a generation will be awaken from its slumber in the vocal cadences of John Pizzarelli as he celebrates the life and musical legacy of Frank Sinatra. Having the opportunity to open for one of the legendary singer's last tours, Frank Sinatra would leave a lasting impression upon John in five simple words, "Eat something, you look terrible". The rest is, as they say, history.







Gracing the stage of The Palace Theatre in beautiful downtown Stamford, CT. John Pizzarelli will be delighting all with not only the renditions of "Ol Blue Eyes" but of some Christmas classics as well. Having been interviewed by the Daily Voice and the Ct Post  it is of note that stylistically he differs from his counterpart, but still knows how to make every note his own.

 
Pizzarelli featured in Sunday's edition of The Advocate


Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Stamford is excited about Mark Twain Tonight!

Stamford is eagerly awaiting the return of the legendary Hal Holbrook in his Tony Award winning production of Mark Twain Tonight! 40 years after his first visit.

Want to learn more about what's in store before his performance Saturday, Sept. 26 at 8:00 pm?  Here are some great articles covering why this show is a MUST SEE!

The Palace Blog - Mark Twain is BACK and Better Than Ever!
CT Post - Hal Holbrook as Mark Twain at Stamford Palace Theatre
Stamford Daily Voice - Stamford's Palace Hosting Actor Hal Holbrook in Trademark 'Twain' Role



Look for this week's edition of "Pulse" in Stamford Advocate for an article about Hal Holbrook!



See a teaser for Mark Twain Tonight!


So, what are you waiting for?  Don't miss the opportunity to see Mark Twain come to life at The Palace!
Click Here
to buy your tickets!

Friday, September 4, 2015

Hal Holbrook's Mark Twain is BACK and Better Than Ever!

https://palacestamford.org/events/events-at-the-palace-stamford/event-details/1023-mark-twain-tonight-details

To kick off our Theatre Series, Hal Holbrook returns to The Palace in the role of his lifetime. On September 26, Holbrook joins us as Mark Twain in Hal Holbrook’s Mark Twain Tonight! 

Holbrook uses letters and journal entries from Twain’s life to give modern audiences an idea of the person behind the internationally adored books. The show is biting, funny, and makes the audience feel like Mark Twain is really standing there in front of them, talking about his life and his work.
Holbrook, a critically acclaimed actor for his work on the stage and on the screen, began this project in the early 1950s as a show where he played various people from history, interviewed by his wife Ruby. Twain quickly becoming a favorite of both Holbrook and the audience, the show morphed into a one man show with Twain. The show premiered in 1954, and he toured around various colleges and local theatres. He eventually was picked up by producers and brought the show to New York in 1966. He earned a Tony Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role in a Play, and an Emmy Award in 1967 for the broadcasted version of the show.

Poster from Holbrook's original show
 
The show is still evolving even fifty years after its premiere. The original program from the 1959 Off-Broadway engagement included the note “While Mr. Twain’s selections will come from the list below, we have been unable to pin him down as to which of them he will do. He claims this would cripple his inspiration. However, he has generously conceded to a printed program for those who are in distress and wish to fan themselves.” This still appears on programs for the show.

Having given this performance at The Palace over 40 years ago, Holbrook is eager to return. Come and see the work of one man’s incredible career, in the role that started it all.

Holbrook's signature backstage at The Palace from his last visit.