Bell event canceled; refunds begin today

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The comedy stage play starring R&B singer Brian McKnight and actress Vivica Fox was canceled.

Cheaper to Keep Her was scheduled for Nov. 7 at Bell Auditorium.

The show's management decided to cancel the event, according to Katie Wells, the director of marketing for James Brown Arena and Bell Auditorium.

Ticket refunds will begin today from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the James Brown Arena box office, according to the Augusta Entertainment Complex.

For more information, visit www.augustaentertainmentcomplex.com.

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jcwilliams 10/21/10 - 07:15 am
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I hope both people are able

I hope both people are able to get their money back.

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bdouglas 10/21/10 - 08:12 am
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I think they forgot a line in

I think they forgot a line in the story. Probably meant to say "...due to low ticket sales." If it's not Madea, the African American-themed plays don't seem to do too well around here.

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NoCatchyName 10/21/10 - 08:45 am
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I can imagine the racial

I can imagine the racial based grousing that will follow, but if you want it, support it.

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Fiat_Lux 10/21/10 - 11:07 am
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It it the standard performer

It it the standard performer response to low advance tickets sales. Many acts, even big name performers, have canceled their appearances here because the CSRA public doesn't buy enough tickets far enough in advance to ensure profitability.

Why would performers waste their time and effort on a venue that doesn't show much interest?

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