Casting Call: “That Damn Horse: The Stories of Gay Rodeo”

By | February 21, 2021

From Robert Caisley (playwright of LUCKY ME, produced at CATTheatre in 2018; and Chair of the University of Idaho Department of Theatre Arts) [Note that times are in PST]: “Please help spread the word. We’re looking for actors to workshop a new verbatim play based on testimonies collected in the Gay Rodeo Oral History Project.… Read More »

Black History Community Day Event

By | February 21, 2021

Black History Month is not only a time to celebrate the contributions African Americans who’ve made a difference in this country, but also a time to reflect on the continued struggle for racial justice. I’m proud to announce that my production company, Amplified Frequency Productions, is hosting a Black History Community Day event filled with… Read More »

The Kinetic Connection – A virtual workshop for performing artists

By | February 21, 2021

About this event Leland Faulkner has been teaching and performing for a generation. His career has spanned theater, circus, and film. In this workshop you will explore techniques for creating performances that impact audiences. Empower your performance with authenticity, skill, knowledge and inspiration. This lab shares the techniques that Leland has gathered over a thirty… Read More »

An Eventful Evening At Wye’s Alehouse and Comlodgery

By | February 21, 2021

Noah Peterson and Jordan Stroud are producing our very first audio drama, using a script written by our friend Waffles Morgan. Auditions are now open! Email us ( the character(s) you are interested in auditioning for and we will provide sides. See image. Audio quality is important! Please record in a quiet room. External microphones… Read More »

Zoomsical: Flat Stanley, Jr. Get Your Spot!

By | February 21, 2021

Zoomsicals! Performance Opportunities The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley, Jr. May 12 – June 13, 2021 Wednesdays (5:30 – 7:00 p.m.) & Sundays (12:00 – 2:00 p.m.)Synchronous (Real-Time) Rehearsals Tuition: $500 per studentAges 8 and up This performance course is designed with the musical theatre lover in mind. Students will be offered synchronous (real-time) online… Read More »

Black Theatre Salon – a virtual book club

By | February 14, 2021

Celebrate Black History Month with us as we read Bell Blu and have a conversation with the playwright, Ms. Rebekah Pierce. Reading the play prior to the event is not required. Join us for an afternoon of culture and fun. To purchase script: CashApp – $RebekahPierce1 (Rebekah’s picture is on the account) Venmo – @Rebekah-Pierce-13… Read More »

RPAA is currently seeking Teaching Artists

By | February 14, 2021

ATTENTION TEACHING ARTISTS!RPAA is currently seeking Teaching Artists for its expanding Greater Richmond Wolf Trap program.Click here for more details!Want to know more about Greater Richmond Wolf Trap? Click here.To apply, please submit by March 1, 2021

What’s Happening at CAT

By | February 7, 2021

Chamberlayne Actors Theatre is pleased to present our latest CATharsis Pandemic Theatre production, “Three Women and An Onion”. When you take an onion off of your kitchen table, it’s supposed to stay off the kitchen table.  Right? “Three Women and An Onion” is an original script performed by special arrangement with the author, Ryan M.… Read More »

Swift Creek Mill Theatre Announces Debt-Free Status!

By | February 7, 2021

SCMT NEWS With gratitude to all of our friends and supporters (that means you!) and an anonymous benefactor, Swift Creek Mill Theatre is thrilled to announce that we are now debt free! Read our press release, below, for more details! A New Chapter for Swift Creek Mill Theatre South Chesterfield, Virginia – Swift Creek Mill Theatre… Read More »


By | January 24, 2021

FREE VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING FOR SPRING 2021 The Modlin Center for the Arts at the University of Richmond is pleased to announce Digital Stage, a schedule of free virtual programming, available to all, in the spring of 2021. With a commitment to education and engagement, the range of performances will include dance, theatre, and classical music, and… Read More »


By | January 17, 2021

FIRES IN THE MIRROR by Anna Deavere Smith directed by Katrinah Carol Lewis performed by Jamar Jones Fri March 26-Sun April 25, 2021 The full title of Anna Deavere Smith’s play is FIRES IN THE MIRROR: CROWN HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN AND OTHER IDENTITIES. She wrote the play after the Crown Heights neighborhood erupted in three days… Read More »

Riverside Center’s 24th Season Announcement

By | January 3, 2021

Riverside Center for the Performing Arts and Producing Artistic Director, Patrick A’Hearn are delighted to announce a thrilling lineup of shows for its 24th season of bringing Broadway’s Best to Virginia that includes the return of Joyce DeWitt and Joe Inscoe in Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner and the regional premiere of the side-splitting new… Read More »

RPAA – Our 2021 Legends on Grace Season!

By | November 29, 2020

RPAA is thrilled to announce the 2021 Season of Legends on Grace! We can’t wait to welcome you to Rhythm Hall at Dominion Energy Center or have you join us via livestream. Below are your options for enjoying the shows! Livestreaming from Dominion Energy Center in Rhythm HallTickets for individual livestream performances are $30 per… Read More »