Author Archives: Courtney

THE 2019 RICHMOND SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL

By | April 28, 2019

TICKETS ON SALE MAY 1ST THE TEMPEST DIRECTED BYJAMES RICKS JUNE 6TH – 30TH, 2019AGECROFT HALL & GARDENS Prospero, the deposed Duke of Milan and now a powerful magician, raises a great storm to wreck the vessel casting his betrayers onto the shores of the mysterious island he has made his home. There, attended by… Read More »

Firehouse Theatre – Season 26 (2019/2010) – A SEASON OF RISK

By | April 21, 2019

Firehouse Theatre – Season 26 A SEASON OF RISK 2019/2020 “If you don’t risk anything, you risk even more.” -Erica Jong Risk is a paradox. We try to avoid or reduce risk, but we also seek it out — on roller coasters, in casinos, skydiving. Dangerous and exhilarating. Life threatening and life affirming. It would… Read More »

Auditions: HERITAGE THEATRE FESTIVAL – STEEL MAGNOLIAS.

By | April 21, 2019

HERITAGE THEATRE FESTIVAL is seeking actors for its upcoming production of STEEL MAGNOLIAS. Hairspray, humor, and heartache. Meet the strong, big-hearted, quick-witted women of Truvy’s Beauty Shop who swap stories, share gossip, and support one another through life’s twists and turns. If interested in auditioning, please email htfuva@gmail.com for additional information. First Rehearsal: July 2,… Read More »

WRONG CHOPPED – Firehouse Theatre

By | April 21, 2019

WRONG CHOPPEDby Dixon Cashwell and Levi Meerovich May 17-June 8 $22 general/$12 studentsTo purchase tickets, please visit https://wrongchopped.brownpapertickets.com/ A DOG STUFF Production in residence at Firehouse Theatre Firehouse Theatre presents the world premiere of WRONG CHOPPED—a Dada comedy by Dixon Cashwell and Levi Meerovich. WRONG CHOPPED is a senseless Dada comedy that was workshopped at Firehouse in… Read More »

The Marcia Quick Gard Theatre Arts Scholarship

By | April 14, 2019

The 2019 scholarship auditions will be held at the Firehouse Theatre, 1609 W. Broad Street, Richmond, VA, 23220 Saturday, May 25 Applications Now Being Accepted Adjudicators will be: Joel Bassin (artistic director of the Firehouse Theatre) Suzi Moore Fenton (actor and theatre teacher from Franklin, Indiana) Larry Gard (retired artistic director of Carpenter Science Theatre Company). From the… Read More »

WORLD PREMIERE OF WRONG CHOPPED OPENS AT FIREHOUSE

By | April 14, 2019

Firehouse Theatre presents the world premiere WRONG CHOPPED—a Dada comedy by Dixon Cashwell and Levi Meerovich — from May 17 to June 8, 2019. WRONG CHOPPED is a senseless Dada comedy that was workshopped at Firehouse in November, 2018. WRONG CHOPPED shares a few qualities with the Food Network’s hit reality competition series Chopped. By… Read More »

VA Rep 2019 – 2020 SEASON

By | April 14, 2019

Our Artistic Staff Introduces this Season’s Shows A note from Artistic Director, Nathaniel Shaw: “Our 2019-2020 season will be a fascinating flight, again exploring lands both near and far, some fantastical and some hardened and real. It is a season that runs the gamut of human emotion, brimming with hilarity, pain, and resounding love. We… Read More »

Quill Theatre’s FESTIVAL YOUNG COMPANY

By | April 7, 2019

Have a teenager who is looking for something fun to do this summer? Then check out Quill Theatre’s FESTIVAL YOUNG COMPANY – Richmond’s ONLY Shakespeare-intensive training program for high school students! In this 4 month program, students train with experienced professionals in a variety of performance skills appropriate to the Renaissance era, learning Shakespearean scenes… Read More »

Richmond Triangle Players is looking for four women to comprise the band in “Girlfriend”

By | April 7, 2019

Richmond Triangle Players is looking for four women to comprise the band for their upcoming summer production of GIRLFRIEND, directed by Chelsea Burke. Rehearses briefly in May/June, and runs for six performances June/July. We are particularly looking for a drummer, a guitarist, a bassist, and a pianist; all must play and sing extremely well. All… Read More »

Office Hours – CAT Theatre

By | April 7, 2019

CAT Theatre announces the cast of Office Hours by Norm Foster, the final show in CAT’s 55th Season, playing June 7-22, 2019.Director Andrew Bryce has selected the following cast. Madeleine Gish: Pam Gerard, Ellie Young, Sharon Freeman Paige Reisenfeld: Rhonda Penny, Francine Majors Bill Blair: Warren Kimble, Lloyd Penny, Stan Thurber Joel White: Richard Penny, Bobby Holland… Read More »

CAT Theatre Announces 2019-2020 Season

By | March 31, 2019

Richmond’s Professional Theatre with a Community Heart is excited to announce its 56th season – “We’re Still Here!”  ART OF MURDER by Joe DiPietro September 27 – October 12, 2019 In a remote estate in the countryside of Connecticut, Jack Brooks, one of the most accomplished and eccentric painters of his generation, awaits the imminent… Read More »

Improv Adventures – Summer Camp – CSz Richmond Theater

By | March 31, 2019

Comedy from the heart. Teaching collaboration, inspiration, gratitude and fun in all that we do. Sure, “funny” has a lot to do with comedy. But our years of experience have taught us that it is so much more than that. In our summer camps, kids of all ages learn how to work and play together,… Read More »

Swift Creek Mill Theatre 2019-2020 Mainstage Season

By | March 24, 2019

Here are the titles in the fresh and fun 2019-2020 Mainstage Season. Get Season Tickets and FlexPasses at swiftcreekmill.com/subscribe to see them at a discount! Individual tickets are on sale June 1.  Holmes and Watson by Jeffrey Hatcher September 14 – October 12 Opening Night Sep. 15, Preview Sep. 14, Pay-What-You-Can Sep. 13 EVENINGS – Sep. 13,… Read More »

The 30 Hour Film Project

By | March 16, 2019

A Digital Arts Lab Summer Camp June 17-21, 2019Genworth BrightLights Education Center atDominion Energy Center for the Performing Arts Join us for an exciting week of summer camp as three teams of students work together to create a movie using our state-of-the-art Digital Arts Lab!  Loosely following the structure made famous by the 48 hour film… Read More »

ScienceTellers is casting performers

By | March 3, 2019

ScienceTellers is casting energetic and animated performers to present our fun, interactive science programs this summer. Each show is 45 minutes and performed by one person. There is NO need to be a scientist — we will teach you all the science you need to know! Compensation: $2,800 for up to 40 shows, plus $800… Read More »