'Video Games Live' Postpones Ridgefield Playhouse Show

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Hurricane Sandy has caused several scheduling issues and conflicts which resulted in the need to reschedule the performance at the Ridgefield Playhouse. Photo Credit: Contributed by The Ridgefield Playhouse

RIDGEFIELD, Conn. - The "Video Games Live" performance has been postponed to Nov. 10, 2013 due to scheduling issues stemming from Hurricane Sandy.

The show was created to show off how “culturally significant and artistic video games have become,” Tommy Tallarico, founder and co-host of "Video Games Live," said in an interview with Gamespot. He said the show was meant to present the interactive and unique elements of video games for everyone to enjoy, not just gamers.

For questions about tickets purchased for the original Dec. 1 performance, call the box office at 203-438-5795, or visit online.

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