Celebrate the return of Richard “Box” Bachschmidt, Charleston’s “Morning Mayor,” with two hours of live comedy at Theatre 99 on Thursday, April 26th. The “Box in the Morning” Launch Party starts at 8 pm.
After serving for almost 15 years as the official voice of Charleston morning radio, Box is turning his acclaimed morning show into a new podcast. “Box in the Morning” debuts on Friday, April 27th on his website.
The Launch Party on April 26th includes improv by Theatre 99’s Brandy Sullivan and Greg Tavares, stand up comedy from Jason Groce, and the man himself – BOX!
Theatre 99 is located at 280 Meeting Street (above the Bicycle Shoppe). The stairs to the entrance are located at the back of the building.
Click here to purchase tickets. Seating is general admission, so it’s recommend that you arrive 30 minutes early.
Their bar accepts cash or local checks only. There is no parking at Theatre 99, however there is a paid parking lot on George Street (between Meeting and King Streets). There are free metered spots behind the Gaillard Auditorium on George Street (between Anson and East Bay Streets) as well as the lot behind Saffron Bakery on Alexander Street.
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