The Man of a Thousand Voices in Myrtle Beach, SC

The Asher Theatre3237 Waccamaw Blvd.Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
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Get ready to be astounded by the seemingly endless amount of impressions from master impressionist, James Stephens III. From Chris Rock to Ronald Reagan, James can do it all! Watch as he dazzles audiences with his musical, comedy, and impression talents all in one show. James Stephens III has also appeared on HBO, The Tonight Show, Showtime, and many other national shows.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Myrtle Beach Travel Experts
  • James Stephens III has worked with legendary stars including Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Jennifer Aniston, and Aretha Franklin.
  • Performed at the Asher Theatre in Myrtle Beach, SC.
  • Accessible seating is available within the theater.
  • Seating is all General Admission. There are no bad seats in the house.
  • The theatre is located at the old Waccamaw Pottery off of US Hwy 501. Use the George Bishop Pkwy exit if traveling into Myrtle Beach. Use the River Oaks/George Bishop exit or Forestbrook exit if traveling outbound toward Conway to access Fantasy Harbor Blvd.


from The Man of a Thousand Voices
The Asher Theatre opens its inaugural season with Myrtle Beach's newest hit show, The Man of a Thousand Voices featuring master impressionist and entertainer James Stephens III. You may have seen him on HBO, Showtime, The Tonight Show or many of his national TV appearances. Stephens has a wide range of voices. One minute he's Chris Rock and Lil Wayne, and the next moment he's Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan. This triple-threat also plays piano like Duke Ellington, trumpet like Louis Armstrong, dances like Sammy Davis Jr. and sings like everybody! He's a must see!

You may have seen him on HBO, Showtime, The Tonight Show or Carnegie Hall. James Stephens III has a wide range of voices. One minute he’s Chris Rock, and Lil Wayne and the next moment he’s Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan. This triple-threat also plays piano like Duke Ellington, trumpet like Louis Armstrong, dances like Sammy Davis Jr. and sings like everybody! He’s a must see class-act!

Stephens’ feature show, The Man of A Thousand Voices” is the ultimate family show – his talent reminds us of the days of Sinatra, Martin, and Davis and Lewis. His spot-on impressions of Bernie Mac, Bill Cosby, Chris Rock, Elvis, Michael Jackson, Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan are second to none. Whether doing a singing impression of Nat King Cole or a rap impression of Little Wayne, James is the ultimate performer. He's been called one of the funniest comedians of our times by the editor of Time magazine. Not only a regular headliner on all the major cruise lines, he has also graced the halls of Carnegie Hall and the Grand Ole Opry. He's performed around the world. He was the first African-American entertainer to perform in Amsterdam and in London at Lewisham as well as the Hackney Theater. He’s headlined in Scotland, made appearances on London’s BBC and performed at the prestigious Edinborough Festival.

In the US he has starred on several TV shows and done standup appearances on ABC, NBC, CBS as well as Comedy Central, HBO, Showtime, and MTV.

He's worked with Jennifer Aniston, Will Ferrell, Steve Carrell, Chris Rock, Garth Brooks, Patti Labelle, Aretha Franklin, Joe Rogan, George Lopez, Jerry Seinfeld and others. His quick wit and Improv skills make every show different. One moment he's Kermit the frog and another Kevin Hart. His impression of Snoop Dog doing country and western is absolutely hilarious. If that's not enough, he sits at the piano and plays classical music and in a split-second, he’s doing impressions of Pharrell, Bruno Mars and John Legend and Lionel Ritchie. James’ cross-over appeal transcends all races, gender, ethnicity or creed; but what’s most important to James is his faith. James is a born-again Christian.

Reserve Myrtle Beach Customer Reviews

4 Reviews
Reserve Myrtle Beach Customer
Durham, NC
1 Review
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"Very Entertaining"
September, 2018
I surprised my wife with a night out, and took her to The Man of a Thousand Voices. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves, and laughed all night long. We will be back to see him again!
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Lorraine Boland
Myrtle Beach, SC
2 Reviews
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September, 2018
Never a dull moment. Funny
The man with a thousand voices ..... talented!!!
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Tip: The Asher theatre is classy and quaint at the same time

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Joan Wysocki
Gainesville, FL
1 Review
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"Fun & Positive!"
May, 2018
My husband and I are visiting Myrtle Beach. We wanted to go to a show and had a lot of choices. We saw this listing and thought it’d be fun to see something different. And we were right! Highly recommended.
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Jeanne Denz
1 Review
"What a fabulous evening."
April, 2018
You will laugh, smile and have the time of your life. He is so talented and we will be going to see him frequently.
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Man of a Thousand Voices

Is this a family-friendly show?

Does the theater have parking?
Yes. Ample self-parking spaces are available for guests.

Is accessible seating offered?
Yes. Please note your request for accessible seating when purchasing your tickets. Use the “Have Special Needs?” area to place your request.

When should I arrive for the show?
It is recommended that audiences arrive at least 15 minutes prior to showtime to find their seats.