OnStage Concert Series
Friday September 16, 2022
McGuireWoods Gallery in Building W16
COVID MEASURES: Effective March 7, 2022, the Workhouse Arts Foundation, Inc., which operates the Workhouse Arts Center, strongly recommends that all staff, artists, volunteers, students, and patrons wear a mask while inside one of the Workhouse buildings. All previous Workhouse COVID requirements polices are now suspended and this policy will remain in effect until rescinded or modified based on new CDC, Virginia State, or Fairfax County guidelines.
Orlando Leyba is stand up comedian who connects with all audiences through his unique life experience, and perspective.
Orlando has a knack for finding humor in just about anything that crosses his path. With his animated demeanor, Orlando entertains the audiences through his dynamic storytelling and undeniable likeability allowing them to come along for the fun ride of his life experiences. He has been working hard... making his mark on the comedy scene. Most recently his Album is now streaming, he's had multiple appearances on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. His comedy special, Adorable is streaming on HBO, and he voices a character in the animated kids film “Luis and The Aliens” on Hulu. He’s appeared on three episodes of TruTV’s LaffTracks, and on TBS's Wreck League he’s been a contestant on the NBC show Bring the Funny, and he was a finalist in NBC's ‘Stand Up Showcase. Orlando has become a regular at comedy festivals, and clubs throughout the U.S and Canada.
This performance will take place in the McGuireWoods Gallery in Building W16 on the campus of the Workhouse Arts Center. Tickets are available for purchase from $20 per person. Beer, wine, soft drinks, and snacks available for a la carte purchase in the venue.
Friday September 16, 2022 at 7:30pm
Advance purchase is highly recommended, rates may increase as ticket sales progress.
Venue will open 60 minutes prior to curtain, seating opens 30 minutes prior to curtain
The 2021/22 Performing Arts Season is made possible in part with funding from the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG)
Select performances in this series are partially supported by the Virginia Commission for the Arts and National Endowment for the Arts.