Tape Face at Troy Music Hall

the performer Tape Face

The Troy Music Hall announced a group of shows for its upcoming season today, and it includes the usual mix of concerts. And then there's Tape Face on October 12.

Tape Face is, um, a guy with tape over his mouth. And his act pretty clearly draws on mime, clowning, and prop comedy. He got a lot of attention last year for his performances on the TV show America's Got Talent, on which he made it to the finals.

Show blurbage: "So what does he do exactly? Well, simply mentioning any aspect of this diverse show would be a disservice - the less you know the more you will enjoy this show."

Tickets for the show go on sale to the general public this Friday, June 16 -- they're $27.

Here's the rest of the newly-announced shows...

October 12: Tape Face

October 14: The World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra

October 21: Bruce Hornsby (SOLO)

October 22: Paco Peña

November 14: Rosanne Cash with John Leventhal

December 14: Eileen Ivers - Joyful Christmas

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Commence the nightmares. :-O

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