This week’s stand up tour for Craig & Co. ends with two sold out shows in Chicago tonight. Craig was in Minneapolis last night before heading down to the windy city. Randy Kagan sent a picture taken on Thursday night: Milwaukee theatre. http://yfrog.com/5mqtfxj and then another today: My view in Chicago: http://yfrog.com/2sew7j
After tonight’s show, Craig heads back to Los Angeles. He’ll be taking three more tours this year with a few Las Vegas appearances thrown in for good measure. If you missed him in the Southeast or Midwest this spring, here’s a look at the rest of his live performance schedule as of today:
Spring 2010 – Venetian Hotel, Las Vegas, NV
May 21 and 22
June 4 and 5
July 2010 – Eastern US
July 2, Wilbur Theatre, Boston, MA
July 4 Hosting 4th of July Celebration, Boston, MA
July 7 Palace Theatre, Stamford, CT
July 8 Count Basie Theatre, Redbank, NJ
July 9 Tropicana Showroom, Atlantic City, NJ
July 10 Keswick Theatre, Glenside, PA
September 2010 – California
Sept 10 The Mountain Winery, Saratoga Springs, CA
Sept 11 Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco, CA
October 2010 – Eastern US
Oct 1 Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom, Hampton Beach, NH
Oct 2 University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI
Oct 3 Midland Theatre, Kansas City, MO
Oct 16 The Warner Theatre, Washington DC
Oct 17 The Paramount Theatre, Charlottesville, VA
Oct 18 DuPont Theatre, Wilmington, DE
Oct 19 Sovereign Performing Arts Center, Reading, PA
Oct 20 Weinburg Theatre, Scranton, PA
Oct 21 State Theatre , New Brunswick, NJ
Oct 22 Mohegan Sun Casino Arena, Uncansville, CT,
Oct 23 Carnegie Hall, New York, NY
More dates may be added. Many locations have one show scheduled but second shows have been added in cities where ticket demand has been high. Check your local ticket outlets for more information.
Robot skeletons continue to raise money for good causes. RSA member Colleen_Byrne reports that $625 in April proceeds from the sale of RSA t-shirts, sticker and buttons at Robot Skeleton Army Outfitters will go to the Lollipop Theater Network, which will be the designated charity in May as well because they are kicking off the month with a big fundraiser on Sunday.
A week from tonight, Late Late Show regular Betty White hosts Saturday Night Live on NBC. She spoke with reporters about her appearance and again had kind words for Craig, quoted on the website Monsters and Critics.
Hollywood News: What do you think the Craig Ferguson appearances have done for your new appeal?
Betty White: They‘ve been the most fun of any – anything I’ve done. He is just incredible. He’s a good friend. But we – the only thing is we can’t ever dare make eye contact when we’re working together or we both crack up. I don’t know why. We just tickle each other. I love him.
Thanks to all of the RSA members who send us tips, photos and story ideas. We appreciate your help in keeping up with Craig and his Robot Skeleton Army.
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