Author Archives: Courtney

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is looking for set & scenic designers/fabricators

By | July 14, 2019

Looking for set & scenic designers/fabricators for some interior installations for Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden- specifically GardenFest of Lights – our annual themed lighting event that runs from Nov- Jan. Please email ellynparker (AT) lewisginter.org if interested in learning more. Looking to get a few proposals by the end of July and can schedule a… Read More »

K DANCE GETS A NEW HOME AT FIREHOUSE THEATRE

By | July 14, 2019

Firehouse Theatre and K Dance are pleased to announce that K Dance will be a company-in-residence at Firehouse. The residency provides K Dance with a permanent home after more than twenty years of being nomadic, and Firehouse gains unique and high quality dance programming that fits its mission to be an artistic home for performing… Read More »

Chamberlayne Actors Theatre is in search of light and sound designers

By | July 14, 2019

Chamberlayne Actors Theatre is in search of light and sound designers for its production of “Art of Murder” by Joe DiPietro. The show runs September 27 through October 12, with tech starting September 15. The first production meeting will be in late July. If you are interested in either opportunity, please email cat@cattheatre.com with your details.

Forever Plaid – Hanover Tavern

By | June 23, 2019

Onstage at Hanover Tavern from July 19 – August 25. For anyone looking for a trip back to the days of close-harmony quartets, look no further than Stuart Ross’s nifty musical revue, Forever Plaid. Four young singers are killed in a car crash when their convertible is driven off the road by a bus filled with… Read More »

SWIFT CREEK MILL THEATRE LAUNCHES FAMILY PERFORMANCES IN NEW 2019-2020 YOUTH SEASON

By | June 2, 2019

Educational field trips are joined by evening and weekend performances for the first time in Youth Theatre’s 30 years! A new Youth Theatre experience is coming to Swift Creek Mill in 2019-2020! For the first time, the theatre is offering family performances on select nights and weekends for Youth Series shows. The first organized Youth… Read More »

RPAA’s 10th Anniversary Celebration!

By | May 12, 2019

On September 6, 2019, at 7:30pm, In honor of the 10th Anniversary, Virginia Repertory Theatre’s Artistic Director, Nathaniel Shaw, will bring together Resident Companies City Dance Theatre, Elegba Folklore Society, Latin Ballet of Virginia, Quill Theatre, Richmond Ballet, Richmond Symphony, SPARC, Virginia Opera, and Virginia Repertory Theatre for an unforgettable, one-night-only performance to celebrate the… 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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

Long Form Improv Live! Coaching

By | April 1, 2018

Need an improv coach/guest coach? Want personal feedback after shows? Try me! I have 13 years of Improv experience & offer kind direct feedback through side coaching & action-oriented notes. Training includes iO South (defunct), the Annoyance Intensive, Coalition Theater, UCB, and CSz Richmond. Current teams include Disco Lemonade Improv, Here’s the Kicker, and Short,… Read More »

Looking for Affordable New Headshots That Use More Than Just Natural Light?

By | March 11, 2018

Are you looking for NY or LA style headshots that blend natural light with strobes? Jeremy Bustin Photography is an exciting new option for headshots in the Virginia/D.C. regions. Affordable headshot packages start at just $125 right now. Special discounts for students of theatre and performers actively in a production. Email info@jbustinphoto.com to secure a slot today.… Read More »

Photographer/Videographer/Actor/Filmmaker Services

By | August 6, 2017

I am a Photographer/Videographer/Actor/Filmmaker. My company Silent Knight offers camera services no matter what it is. -Photography -Videography -Music Video -Club Photography -Event -Wedding -Birthday -Behind the scenes Photography -Film Dp -Cinematography Prices vary. Email me at JayQsaun@gmail.com Professional Connections please.

Hey Improv Nerds! Are you…

By | May 14, 2017

Hey Improv Nerds! Are you… Making the same moves over and over again? Hitting a plateau? Practicing great!! And performing not-so-great? Let Betzi coach you. Betzi has 11+ years of improv experience and has a knack for seeing what’s tripping you up and how to make improv easier. Betzi gives detailed notes; offers solutions and… Read More »