Lord of the Dance at Richmond’s Landmark

Next Tuesday, February 22, 2011, for ONE NIGHT ONLY, Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance takes the stage at Richmond’s Landmark Theater.  The show starts at 7:30 PM and tickets are available.  Michael Flatley will be inducted into the Irish America Hall of Fame on March 11th for his impact as creator of “Lord of the Dance”  and as one of the originators of “Riverdance.”  And, on St. Patrick’s Day, watch for the movie “Lord of the Dance in 3D” to hit your neighborhood movie theater.

The Lord of the Dance,” an extravaganza of precision dancing, pyrotechnics, and state of the art lighting is based on Irish folklore and a classic tale of Good versus Evil, the Lord of the Dance versus the Dark Lord.  Audiences around the world have been thrilled by the performances and have showered acclaim on these vigorous, talented performers.  Thanks to performances like these, irish dance has reached new levels of recognition and appreciation since the  premiere of “Lord of the Dance” in 1996.  It attracts audiences from all walks of life, crossing any and all traditional boundaries with its exhilarating music and dance projecting levels of unstoppable energy.

So clear your calendar and make plans to see Michael Flately’s “Lord of the Dance” at Richmond, Virginia’s historic Landmark Theater at 6 N. Laurel Street, just 3 blocks from the Fan District’s premier bed and breakfast inn.

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