Performances of “Vincent River” Begin in Just Two Weeks at RTP!

By | September 12, 2021
Performances Begin in Just Two Weeks! Low-Priced Previews Sept 22 & 23 — Seats Just $18!

Thrilling, Powerful and a Must See!

Richmond Triangle Players continues its 29th season with the Virginia premiere of Philip Ridley’s Vincent River, an acclaimed play that took London’s West End by storm.

Performances begin with two low priced previews September 22 and 23, with opening night on Friday September 24. The show then runs Thursday through Saturday evenings at 8 pm through October 9, with Sunday matinees Oct 3 and 10 at 4 pm.

In this riveting drama, Davey, played by Keaton Hillman (below, right), has seen something he can’t forget. Anita (Jill Bari Steinberg, below, left) has been forced to flee her home. These two have never met – but tonight their paths cross, with devastating consequences.

Thrilling, heartbreaking and darkly humorous by turns, Vincent River is one of the most powerful explorations of hate crime — and society’s need to crush ‘difference’ — ever written. 

Richmond Triangle Players’ production is directed by Vinnie Gonzalez. Costume Design is by Margarette Joyner, lighting design is by Austin Harber, and sound design by Candace Hudert, with Gonzalez also designing the set. Lauren Langston is the production stage manager.

Keaton Hillman was recently featured in The Firehouse Theatre’s This Zombie Life, and was acclaimed in the leading role of Firehouse’s Passing Strange. He has appeared at Triangle Players in A Chorus Line and Choir BoyJill Bari Steinberg last appeared at RTP in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot; she has been seen frequently with Cadence Theatre Company, most recently in Appropriate.


Five-play season subscriptions are also available — you can view the entire 2021-22 season here.

RTP is committed to keeping you safe when we welcome you back to the theatre. 
Because we care about the health and safety of our patrons, staff and artists, we have enacted policies to address the dramatic rise of COVID-19, including proof of vaccination or negative status, and mandatory mask wearing. Please read all about it here so you are prepared when you arrive!

Reserved seat tickets can be purchased online at RTP’s web site, through RTP’s Facebook page, or by leaving a message on the RTP Ticket hotline at 804-346-8113. Reserved seat tickets are $35 for this Friday and Saturday evenings, and $30 for the Sunday matinee. 

RTP’s 2021-22 productions are made possible in part by generous contributions from the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation, CultureWorks Grant Program, the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation Resilience Fund, the Shubert Foundation, the Virginia Commission for the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts. 


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