The Paxton Theatre located in Bainbridge, OH will be having a fun filled May! They will be having entertainment of all kinds. Music, Comedy and plays for the whole family.
The first performance at the Paxton Theatre this May will be a comedy on May 6th. “GuHoHo & The Night of a Bunch of Funny People” organized by Benjamin Gullet, Mark Holmes, and Jeff Horick started as just a silly name and quickly became a comedic group in which the goal was to entertain. This group is guaranteed to keep you laughing out of your seats! Comedies include; “Sure Thing” and “The Philadelphia” by David Ives, “Titanic”, “The Doctor Will See You Now”, “John and Mary Doe”, “Kitty, The Waitress”, “1-900-Desperate”. and favorite “The Hardy Boys and The Mystery of Where Babies Come From”, all written by Christopher Durang. The cast will include multiple comedians and a musical performance! All proceeds from this hilarious night will go to support The Angles Family. There will be adult content so this show is recommended for those 18 and up. Tickets can be purchased online for $12.00 or at the door for $15.00.
The Paint Valley Jamboree will be returning to the Paxton stage on May 13th and May 27th. These nights are full of talented musical artist. It is always a good night with good music! For more details such as headliners for the night please visit www.paxtontheatre.com.
The Paxton Theatre is pleased to be welcoming The Richard Lynch Band on May 14th at 7:00 p.m. The Richard Lynch Band is based in Waynesville, Ohio. Richard Lynch is an American country music artist, who has released a long list of chart topping hits in the world of traditional country music. Lynch’s style is reminiscent of the greats. The passion & purity that fueled the likes of Conway Twitty, Waylon Jennings, George Jones & Hank Williams, can be heard through the vocals & exquisite musicianship of the Richard Lynch band. Tickets are on sale now online for $12.00 or can be purchased at the door for $15.00
On May 20th-May 22nd The Paxton Theatre proudly presents Yasmina Reza’s “God of Carnage”, translated by Christopher Hampton. This play is about a playground altercation between eleven year old boys that brings together two sets of Brooklyn parents for a meeting to resolve the matter. At first, diplomatic niceties are observed, but as the meeting progresses, and the rum flows, tensions emerge and the gloves come off. Leaving the couples with more than just their liberal principles in tatters. Tickets for God of Carnage are on sale now and can be purchased for only $12.00 online or at the door for $15.00. Seats for this production will be reserved, so it’s recommended that tickets be purchased early.