Category Archives: Announcements

“An Evening of Songs & Stories” Feat. Georgia Rogers Farmer 

By | September 16, 2018

“An Evening of Songs & Stories” Feat. Georgia Rogers Farmer Friday, October 19th at 7pm at The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen Tickets: $17 General Admission or $21 at the door. Claim your tickets today at https://bit.ly/2OFQYaa or 804-261-ARTS (2787). Singer, actor and cabaret artist Georgia Rogers Farmer takes the stage for an evening of storytelling and… Read More »

CAPITOL STEPS: Make America Grin Again

By | September 16, 2018

ADVANCE TICKETS NOW ON SALE! CAPITOL STEPS: Make America Grin Again Thursday, October 25 at 7pm Friday, October 26 at 7m Sunday, October 28 at 2:30pm and 5pm Tickets $47 at https://bit.ly/C6CTym or 804-261-ARTS Claim your seats early for this hilarious crowd pleaser! The Capitol Steps are back for more fun, laughs and shenanigans in this creative blend of… Read More »

PLAY READING COMMITTEE – CAT Theatre

By | September 16, 2018

PLAY READING COMMITTEE If you’re interested in reading and discussing plays, and helping set CAT’s future course, we may be looking for you. We’re looking for volunteers to join our Play Reading Committee for the 2019-2020 season. What you’ll need: Time to read as many as 20-25 plays. Time to attend several meetings this fall,… Read More »

Outburst 2018: The Gay Agenda

By | September 9, 2018

Just like Queer Eye, Richmond’s only Pride-themed comedy sketch show is back and better than ever! OUTBURST: The Gay Agenda celebrates all that’s great about being queer and laughs in the face of bigotry. Written and performed by some of Richmond’s top LGBTQA+ talent for comedic writing and performing, this show is fabulous, heartfelt, and… Read More »

The Illuminated Stage announces the cast for “A Christmas Memory”

By | September 9, 2018

CAST ANNOUNCED: The Illuminated Stage is thrilled to announce the cast for their upcoming production of “A Christmas Memory” at the Beacon Theater (Hopewell) on Dec. 14-16, 2018. Based on the story by Truman Capote, with book by Duane Poole, music by Larry Grossman, and lyrics by Carol Hall, the production features: Robyn O’Neill, Carlen… Read More »

Firehouse Radio Players

By | September 9, 2018

Firehouse Radio Players Sun, Sept 30 @ 7:30 pm Tickets: $8 in advance/$10 day of Time flies when you’re having fun, and we at the Firehouse Radio Players have had a ball over the three years we’ve been performing at the fabulous Firehouse Theatre. We’re celebrating our third anniversary with more all-new “old time radio”… Read More »

‘Artsies’ open to the public!

By | September 9, 2018

Do you love Richmond area professional theatre?  Do you have favorite performers, designers, or directors?  If so, consider attending the 11th annual Richmond Theatre Critics Circle Awards (or “Artsies”). Date and Time: October 7th, 7:00 p.m. Location: The Sara Belle and Neil November Theatre, Marjorie Arenstein Stage Tickets: $20 All proceeds from the Artsies will benefit the Theatre Artist Fund… Read More »

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – VA Rep

By | September 9, 2018

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Opens September 21! November Theatre, Marjorie Arenstein Stage An “eye-opening, life-affirming, unmissable” (TIME Magazine) Tony Award-winning play by Simon Stephens. Fifteen-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain; he is exceptionally intelligent but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. When he’s suspected of killing the neighbor’s dog, he sets… Read More »

Firehouse Forum returns

By | September 9, 2018

Fall FORUM Seminars in partnership with the Virginia Commonwealth Society HEALTHCARE as COMEDY + HEALTHCARE as TRAGEDY The debate about healthcare in the U.S. continues unabated more than 8 years after the Affordable Care Act was signed. Firehouse Theatre’s FORUM explores aspects of the healthcare system in relation to two of our productions this fall,… Read More »

Joint Press Release from CAT Theatre and NHCA

By | September 9, 2018

NEW HOME – SAME AS THE OLD HOME They say cats have nine lives… …we’re on our second. Thanks to some very much appreciated help from Virginia Repertory Theatre, we’re staying home… “The Boards of Directors of CAT Theatre and the Northern Henrico Civic Association are pleased to announce that CAT Theatre will be continuing its… Read More »

Bootleg Shakespeare – KING LEAR

By | September 2, 2018

In one of Quill Theatre’s most beloved traditions, a cast of actors will assemble with their lines learned, costumes assembled and rehearse a show only all day, only to perform it to a free audience for ONE NIGHT ONLY! This show features live music, some of Richmond’s favorite actors and a production of KING LEAR… Read More »

Firehouse Theatre and Branch Museum of Architecture and Design welcome P.T. Barnum to Richmond

By | September 2, 2018

Firehouse Theatre and the Branch Museum of Architecture and Design welcome magician/storyteller David London for the Richmond premiere of his HUMBUG: The Great P.T. Barnum Seance for 5 performances only on Thu. 10/4 @ 7pm, Fri. 10/5 @ 7pm, Sat. 10/6 @ 7pm, and Sun. 10/7 @ 4pm and 7pm. All performances take place at The Branch,… Read More »

THE WHISKEY REBELLION celebrating the music of Pink Floyd

By | September 2, 2018

Mon, October 1 @ 7:30pm $10 advance / $15 day of ​Richmond\’s own THE WHISKEY REBELLION performs an evening of music beginning with a bluegrass tribute to Pink Floyd and closing out the evening with their own blend of high-energy acoustic music featuring skillful picking and expert three-part harmonies. For tickets, visit https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3597293

Firehouse produces Richmond playwright Douglas Jones’ SONGS FROM BEDLAM

By | August 26, 2018

Firehouse produces Richmond playwright Douglas Jones’ SONGS FROM BEDLAM “Bedlam = late Middle English: The Hospital of St. Mary of Bethlehem, used as an asylum for the reception and treatment of the mentally ill; originally situated in Bishopsgate, in 1676 rebuilt near London Wall, and in 1815 transferred to Lambeth. In extended use: an asylum for… Read More »

Virginia Repertory Theatre Announces the Cast and Creative Team of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

By | August 26, 2018

Virginia Repertory Theatre Announces the Cast and Creative Team of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Direction by Virginia Rep Artistic Director Nathaniel Shaw Starring Michael Manocchio as Christopher John Francis Boone This “eye-opening, life-affirming, unmissable” (TIME Magazine) Tony Award-winning play by Simon Stephens​ comes to Virginia Rep’s November Theatre this Fall. The Curious Incident… Read More »