Behind Closed Doors – Cosmic Orchid

By | October 4, 2020

Understanding our current conditions render live theatre prohibitive, we created a theme that integrates with the split scene dynamic of a video performance – One where behavior, eye contact and physical interaction are not lost to the medium. Since the door to live theatre is closed until further notice, the metaphor informs the work.An evening… Read More »

Join the Hunt!

By | October 4, 2020

Join the Hunt! Richmond Performing Arts Alliance (RPAA) and CultureWorks Richmond have partnered to bring a unique and interactive arts experience to the community as part of artoberVA 2020. If you are looking for an opportunity to get outside and explore arts and culture in the River City, we encourage you to DIG IN and participate in #ArtsHuntRVA! Scan the… Read More »

Position Available: Richmond Symphony – Patron Services Assistant

By | September 20, 2020

Job SummaryThe Patron Services Assistant supports Symphony ticketing and subscription operations. This position proactively engages in sales of single tickets, subscriptions, and group sales. The Patron Services Assist works with the Annual Fund Coordinator to oversee the 20/30 Group. The position is also responsible for inputting and maintaining data in the Etix ticketing system and… Read More »

2020 Artsies results

By | September 20, 2020

“Lucky 13” Annual Theater Awards Winners Announced TheatreLAB wins ten “Artsies,” VA Rep honored for Children’s Theatre The 13th Richmond Theatre Critics Circle Awards (Artsies), which is typically an in-person black-tie event, was all virtual this year. With a “Lucky 13” theme, the show highlighted the funny – and often outrageous – ways that theater… Read More »

A Letter To Our Patrons – Chamberlayne Actors Theatre

By | September 13, 2020

Dear Friends of Chamberlayne Actors Theatre: Two years ago, we were at a crossroads. Faced with financial challenges, including unrealistic rent increases, we came to the difficult decision that Chamberlayne Actors Theatre, or CAT, would close after fifty-four seasons in our North Wilkinson Road location. Then an amazing thing happened. You rallied around us and let… Read More »

Swift Creek Mill Theatre Announces Plans to Go Digital this Fall

By | September 13, 2020

Historic Swift Creek Mill Theatre has announced plans to offer digital youth performances beginning this fall. The theatre, known locally as “the People’s Playhouse,” will launch its “Young People’s Playhouse” productions in October.  In addition to five MainStage productions each year, the theatre has produced live, youth-focused performances for decades. The plays combine performing arts… Read More »

Grief, Guilt, and Paranoia: The Madness of Poe

By | September 6, 2020

This October, the Whistle Stop Theatre Company – in collaboration with the Ashland Museum – explores how madness sinks in through the famous works of Edgar Allan Poe. This pay what you can, pandemic appropriate, LIVE performance includes original music, dance, and choral readings of Edgar Allen Poe’s Eleonora, Annabel Lee, The Raven, The Tell-Tale Heart, The Premature Burial and… Read More »

RTP Proudly Announces the So.Queer Playwrights Festival

By | August 16, 2020

New Initiative First of Its Kind in the RegionRichmond Triangle Players proudly announces the launch of a new signature program – the So.Queer Playwrights Festival. The Festival encourages the creation and development of works with an emphasis on southern LGBTQ+ writers and stories.“The So.Queer Playwrights Festival brings RTP to the forefront in the region to inspire and develop… Read More »

MODLIN CENTER FOR THE ARTS 2020-2021 SEASON UPDATE

By | August 2, 2020

At the Modlin Center, the safety of our patrons, students, faculty, staff, and visiting artists is our top priority. Given the ever-evolving challenges we face with the COVID-19 pandemic, we are transforming our presenting model and suspending all in-person, public performances through fall 2020. The Modlin Center faculty and staff are enthusiastically exploring ways to… Read More »

Private coaching or group classes available!

By | January 26, 2020

Private coaching or group classes available! Work with an experienced New York actor and coach on audition material, song prep and interpretation, audition material, building your book, and more! Tell an actor you love today! Chelsea Moss: ChelseaMCoaching@gmail.com

Music on the Go

By | June 10, 2018

Hello All! Are you in need of a clean audition cut? Can’t find your song in the right key or with the right accompaniment? Don’t worry, I got your back! All the necessary information is listed on the flyer below. If you have any requests or questions about anything that’s not there, shoot me a… 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.