Lazer Vaudeville to Close at Lamb's Theater Aug. 21

News   Lazer Vaudeville to Close at Lamb's Theater Aug. 21
Lazer Vaudeville, which transfered to the Lamb's Theater in June after playing a stint at the John Houseman, will play its final performance Off-Broadway Aug. 21.
Carter Brown in Lazer Vaudeville
Carter Brown in Lazer Vaudeville

Billed as "Cirque du Soleil meets Laurel and Hardy," "Ringling Brothers meets The Flying Karamazov Brothers" and "Mummenschanz meets MTV," the show features juggling, lasers, magic, classic screwball comedy and technology presented in a modern vaudeville show. Lazer Vaudeville, according to a press release, will embark on a national tour after its Off-Broadway closing. Lazer Vaudeville currently stars Carter Brown, Cindy Marvell and Nicholas Flair. The show that has toured nationally for nearly 20 years, according to creator Brown, who recently said, "It's been my dream to bring contemporary vaudeville to the American stage. We are excited to create a brand new show for New York that blends technology and entertainment."

The design team for the New York staging includes Maia Robbins-Zust (set), Cory Simpson (laser) and Jennifer Johanos (costume). Jesse Manno serves as the musical director.

Tickets for Lazer Vaudeville at The Lambs Theater, 130 West 44th Street, are available at the box office or by calling (212) 239-6200. For more information, visit

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