Macbeth Auditions for Female identifying/Femme presenting people

By | October 25, 2020

Seeking submissions from female identifying/femme presenting people for Shakespeare’s Macbeth. I’ve been thinking on doing this show for years, and now is finally the time! This show is going to be super fun. We will be rehearsing weeknights over Zoom starting over winter break (starting on or around the week of December 14) and filmed… Read More »

Hampden Sydney College and Firehouse Theatre are offering free and open to the mask-wearing public the opportunity to enjoy ANN

By | October 21, 2020

Hampden Sydney College and Firehouse Theatre are offering free and open to the mask-wearing public the opportunity to enjoy ANN in a live one-woman performance of Holland Taylor’s in-depth, humorous, and affectionate portrait of Ann Richards, “a revolutionary figure in American politics,” just in time for what’s probably the most important election of our time. There is still one final live-streamed performance, too.  ANN… Read More »

Bedtime Stories from VA Rep

By | October 21, 2020

Bedtime Stories from VA Rep Adapted & performed by Jacqueline Jones:   Shlomo’s Tiny House A Traditional Yiddish Folktale The Crow and the Fox A Fable by Aesop Little Miss Muffet A Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme Coming Soon from Jackie and VA Rep!“Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes”“Lucy Locket” https://va-rep.org/aha/bedtime.html

The Children’s Museum of Richmond is seeking actors to portray the “Snow Queen” for Legendary Santa

By | October 18, 2020

HOLIDAY SEASONAL OPPORTUNITY: The Children’s Museum of Richmond is seeking actors age 17 or older to portray the “Snow Queen” for Legendary Santa, a Richmond tradition Experience working with young children and families a plus. Costume(s) provided. Varying shifts from November 27 – December 24, and anywhere between 15 – 40 hours a week. Rate… Read More »

Selected participants for the “Virginia Voices” New Musical Theatre showcase

By | October 18, 2020

On behalf of VTA (Virginia Theatre Association), we are thrilled to announce the featured selected participants for the “Virginia Voices” New Musical Theatre showcase, which will be featured at 4:00 pm on October 29 during the Virtual Conference! Congrats to Chandler Hubbard, Levi Meerovich, Laura Lee Gulledge, Austin Nuckols, Joshua Vranas, Lily Dwoskin O’Neil, Anna… Read More »

THE WINDSHIELD POEMS – FTP

By | October 18, 2020

“It was 1974. I was teaching at the University of Richmond. For three years, I would come out after my class to my 1956 Chevy pickup and see a piece of  paper under the wiper. To my surprise, they were poems from a young man who felt deeply about me.”— Harvey McWilliams THE WINDSHIELD POEMSNovember… Read More »

Chris Hester: A Nightmare on Altamont Avenue

By | October 18, 2020

Chris Hester: A Nightmare on Altamont Avenue a Halloween Cabaret with Kim Fox and some ghostly accomplices October 30 – 31, 2020; 8:00 pm Onstage and Streaming Chris Hester, who has been thrilling and chilling RTP audiences for over a decade with his starring performances in shows such as Cabaret and The Boy from Oz, returns to our stage for… Read More »

Chamberlayne Actors Theatre is pleased to present our first CATharsis Pandemic Theatre production

By | October 11, 2020

Chamberlayne Actors Theatre is pleased to present our first CATharsis Pandemic Theatre production. “It’s Not You” is an original script performed by special arrangement with the author, Ryan Bultrowicz, and directed by Jordan Stroud. It features Erica Johnson and Cameron Potter. It’s available now on our YouTube channel by clicking here. Stay tuned for future installments.… Read More »

THE 4th WALL STUDENT LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

By | October 11, 2020

Our youth group invites young theater lovers to connect with artists and audiences as they become the next generation of theater leaders and arts enthusiasts. 4th Wall members play a vital role in building young audiences, which is crucial to the survival of live theater. Students create written reviews, behind-the-scenes videos, and social media posts. A… Read More »