Lewiston – HATTheatre

By | February 5, 2023

As we continue our 30th season, we are proud to announce our cast and creative team for Lewiston by Samuel D. Hunter (The Whale, A Bright New Boise). Having produced The Whale in 2015 (yes, the play that the new movie is based on), we decided to re-visit Samuel D. Hunter’s unique voice for this milestone year. Directed by Julie… Read More »

Spring Semester Classes at Pine Camp Cultural Arts Center

By | February 5, 2023

Spring Semester Classes at Pine Camp Cultural Arts Center are live and open for registration – classes start the week of March 13th, register today! From ages three to 103, we have something for everyone: painting, drawing, sewing, keyboard, guitar, theater, jewelry making, photography, and more! To enroll, go to parksandrecreation.richmondgov.com “Cultural Arts”. The website… Read More »

Chamberlayne Actors Theatre and director Charles Wax are excited to announce the cast of SILENT SKY

By | February 5, 2023

Chamberlayne Actors Theatre and director Charles Wax are excited to announce the cast of SILENT SKY by Lauren Gunderson: Henrietta Leavitt – A.G. Sweany Margaret Leavitt – Amber James Peter Shaw – Brandon Duncan Annie Jump Cannon – Sandra Clayton Williamina Fleming – Sharon Hollands Performances are March 24-26 and March 31-April 2 at The… Read More »

RTP Patrons Can Get 25% Off Tickets to Fellow Travelers at Virginia Opera

By | February 5, 2023

Virginia Opera invites YOU to Fellow Travelers this February at the Dominion Energy Center! Fellow Travelers is a contemporary opera about two men who fall in love during the “Lavender Scare” in McCarthy Era Washington, D.C. During the 1950s, thousands of gay men and women lost their jobs as cultural and political paranoia wrongfully connected homosexuality to communist… Read More »

Baby Artsplay!™ Begins Next Week

By | February 5, 2023

Greater Richmond Wolf Trap now offers children ages 3 to 36 months, along with their parents and caregivers, the opportunity to take part in a Baby Artsplay!™ residency program in their community. Sessions out of the Genworth BrightLights Education Center in Dominion Energy Center begin February 8. Register in the next week to secure your… Read More »

THE ACROBATS OF CIRQUE-TACULAR – The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen

By | February 5, 2023

THE ACROBATS OF CIRQUE-TACULARSaturday, March 18th at 7pm at The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen Tickets available online or at 804-261-ARTS Big Top circus fun is coming to The Cultural Arts Center! Claim your tickets for this one-night-only performance. The Acrobats of Cirque-tacular is a heart-stopping, mind-boggling display of artistry and athleticism! Experience the wow factor and star… Read More »

Richmond Symphony and the Tribute Gospel Ensemble in concert

By | January 29, 2023

RICHMOND’S FINEST RETURNS with the Richmond Symphony and the Tribute Gospel Ensemble in concert – February 11th at 7pm at The Cultural Arts Center! Tickets available at bit.ly/RSOCACGA or 804-261-ARTS. Gospel and symphony fans unite! Join us this year as The Cultural Arts Center pairs the Tribute Gospel Ensemble and the Richmond Symphony in this popular, annual concert series. The… Read More »

Camp Half Blood is hiring 2023 Leadership Staff 

By | January 29, 2023

Camp Half Blood is hiring 2023 Leadership Staff  Camp Director | Programming Coordinator | Operations Coordinator | Quest Guide Seeking Courageous Leaders who are: Apply NOW to work at our Immersive Mythology Day Camp: https://lnkd.in/grrykN-j

The Virginia War Memorial and Virginia Rep Co-Produce Four New One Act Plays Written by Veterans

By | January 29, 2023

This March, The Virginia War Memorial Foundation will present four one act plays written by Virginia veterans, which will be professionally produced and performed with leadership from Virginia Repertory Theatre, under the program title, War in Pieces. This project has also received funding from The Carpenter Foundation. This co-production has grown out of the VWMF’s unique veteran program, The Mighty Pen… Read More »

She Persisted at Virginia Rep Center for Arts and Education

By | January 29, 2023

She Persisted at Virginia Rep Center for Arts and Education, Jessica M. Bogese Theatre, 4204 Herrmitage Rd. FEB 17 – MAR 12, 2023 | Student Matinee dates also available for school groups. The Virginia Rep Center is fully alive as the director, cast, artistic and technical crews have all converged for rehearsals. This story focuses on female empowerment.… Read More »