April, Friday - 8:00pm

Priest Tyarie Presents “Torn Between Two Fathers”

The bond between a son and his natural father should never be broken. So was it wrong for Christian to abandon his responsibilities as a father? Most people would say yes. But what if the reason was to ensure a better life for his son?

Alisha gave birth to a beautiful baby boy named CJ, making Chase the happiest father in the world. But, what Chase didn’t realize, he was only a part of an elaborate plan to ensure a good life for what he thought was his bundle of joy. Hearts are broken, trust and relationships are destroyed when the devastation of 16 years of lies and deceit finally comes to the surface.

Anger and resentment begin to set in as CJ is left with so many unanswered questions. Can he forgive the father who was never there, while still accepting the father that was always there? Will two men from two different walks of life be able to come together and raise one son?

Get ready to experience the power of breaking generational curses through hope and forgiveness, by destroying the cycle of absentee fathers. Priest Tyaire’s, highly acclaimed, inspirational, stage play, Torn Between 2 Fathers does just that. This powerful production is based on a true life story that will leave audiences on the edge of their seats captivated by the intense drama and moved by the riveting impact of the performance. Starring Emmy award winner Debbi Morgan, American Film Festival award winner Clifton Powell, platinum recording artist Angela Winbush, and award winning playwright, director and actor Priest Tyaire.

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39.50 & 34.50; May 2 @ 8 pm 43.50 & 39.50
No group discount for this show


April, Friday - 7:30pm

Old Dominion University Concert Choir

The Old Dominion University Concert Choir is an auditioned group of 65 singers primarily composed of music majors and minors. This group has a large repertoire of various styles music from classical to popular. They have also established a reputation for premiering the works of living composers, performing the new works of local and international composers. The University Concert Choir is well known throughout the region. They have recently performed in Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, performing the Mozart Vesperae Solennes de confessore, KV 339, under the baton of Nancy Klein. Among other places, the choir has performed at St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Carnegie Hall in New York; St. Giles Cathedral and St. Columba Abbey in Scotland; and numerous concerts with the Continental Army Band. The University Concert Choir joined Shenandoah University and the Japanese Air Self Defense Wind Ensemble to record the album “Writings on the Wall” in Tokyo, Japan. They have been featured at the State Music conference (VMEA), and the College Music Society National Conference as well as numerous other concert venues. Dr. Nancy Klein has directed this ensemble since 1986.

The Old Dominion University Dance Program offers majors with an emphasis in dance or in dance education, which certifies graduates to teach dance K-12 in the Virginia Public School system.  They also offer a minor in dance.  Their diverse and balanced curriculum includes the study of dance technique, including modern, ballet, jazz and more;  dance theory and history, including anatomy and kinesiology, rhythmic analysis, Twentieth Century dance history, and pedagogy; and performance and composition.  They strive to create well-rounded dance artists, with a solid grounding in both theory and practice. They have outstanding facilities, including three beautiful studios, a Pilates studio, and a new, state-of-the-art studio/theater, and provide many formal and informal performance opportunities each year.  For more information about the dance program, please contact Dance Program Director Amanda Kinzer at with any questions.

The Old Dominion University Symphony Orchestra has been performing masterworks from the standard classical and contemporary repertoire since 1977. Led by music director Paul S. Kim, the orchestra has recently captivated audiences with symphonic works from Beethoven and Dvorak to Howard Hanson and Christopher Theofanidis. This performance will feature both time-honored classical favorites as well as musical highlights from Broadway.