Actor, Musician, and film star Tom Judson brings his celebrated play “Canned Ham” to Richmond for two performances on Friday, June 17 and Saturday, June 18, at Richmond Triangle Players.
“Canned Ham” is a theatrical memoir detailing actor-musician Judson’s life in all areas of show business – from performing in Broadway musicals , to composing music for film and television as well as his appearances in gay adult films.
The play combines stories and songs with visuals and musical numbers to bring this touching story of life and loss to fruition. Having appeared in locations throughout the country such as New York and Provincetown, the play has gained popularity and appraise.
The Richmond Triangle Players hope to push the envelope with adult themed content presenting something new and innovative for the public to enjoy. Judson’s resume includes Broadway performances as well as legit film roles and gay adult films for which he won a GayVN Performer of the Year Award.
He has written music for films such as “Metropolitan”, TV (“Sesame Street”, MTV) and theater (“Vampire Lesbians of Sodom”). He appeared on Broadway in “Cabaret” and “42nd Street” as well as accompanying Ann Magnuson and the drag troupe Hot Peaches.
Tickets for Tom Judson in “Canned Ham” are $25, with performances Friday and Saturday evening June 17 and 18 at 8 pm. Tickets are available on the Richmond Triangle Players web site (www.rtriangle.org) or by calling 804-346-8113.
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