Author Archives: Courtney

Colonial Heights High School is looking for a MUSIC DIRECTOR

By | January 15, 2023

Colonial Heights High School is looking for a passionate MUSIC DIRECTOR with the ability to play piano for its Spring Musical: THE WIZARD OF OZ. This is a PAID position! Auditions, rehearsals, and performances will be held at Colonial Heights Middle School.  Interested parties must be able to self report to CHMS. Auditions: 1/26, 3-5 pmRehearsals (generally):… Read More »

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR SPRING 2023 DIGITAL ARTS LAB CLASSES!

By | January 15, 2023

Digital Arts Lab – What will you create? REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR SPRING 2023 CLASSES!Foundations of Video Production (Grades 7-12)Video Production Project (Grades 9-12) RPAA invites students to two after-school courses in a newly expanded studio space within Dominion Energy Center. Students will use tools and resources provided to learn the fundamentals of video production, work on projects with top… Read More »

Anything Goes Gala: A Celebration of Friendship

By | January 15, 2023

Join us February 25 for a Celebration of Friendship RESERVE YOUR SEAT TODAY! RESERVE NOW Sponsorships and VIP Host tickets are still available!  6:00 p.m.The Jefferson Hotel Cocktail Attire, Black Tie Optional Cocktails and Seated Dinner Silent and Live Auctions Musical Entertainment Including selections from our Summer 2023 production of  Beautiful: The Carole King Musical… Read More »

How Black Mothers Say I Love You – RTP

By | January 15, 2023

“Powerful and touching …” — Ottawa Citizen“Beautifully written … phenomenal …This play leaves you with a lot to think about and it is powerful stuff.  If your parents are still around, hug them. — Ottawa Life“Trey Anthony has delivered another important play about the experiences of black women.” —The Star You’ll Fall in Love with this Powerful Play! How Black Mothers Say… Read More »

Firehouse opens 2023 with Dave Malloy’s haunting GHOST QUARTET

By | January 8, 2023

Firehouse Theatre is pleased to announce the performance dates and creative team for its Mid-Atlantic premiere of Dave Malloy’s GHOST QUARTET — a song cycle about love, death, and whiskey. The limited run of ten performances begins Thursday, January 19 and ends Saturday, February 4, 2023. According to director PJ Freebourn, “GHOST QUARTET will transport… Read More »

The Genworth Lights Up! Youth Series

By | January 8, 2023

Henrico High School | Center for the Arts Inspire a young artist in your life with FREE visual and performing arts workshops.The Genworth Lights Up! Youth Series continues Saturday, January 28th at Henrico High School | Center for the Arts from 10am to 12:30pm. This year the series is ON THE ROAD and in communities near you.Students will participate in workshops and performances featuring some… Read More »

New Education Courses for Students

By | January 8, 2023

The VA Rep Education team has been busy preparing to teach new material this winter/spring semester for young children and teens. Tiny Tales @ Pine Camp, 4901 Old Brook Rd. in Richmond. This 1 hour program is designed for children ages 3 ½ – 6 years old as an ideal introduction to the magical world of theatre.… Read More »

Our Children’s Season at Virginia Rep Center for Arts and Education

By | January 8, 2023

We’re excited to announce the remaining titles for the 2022/2023 Children’s Season! “It was an extremely successful holiday season, as we welcomed 2,662 patrons to our inaugural holiday musical in our new space, the Jessica M. Bogese Theatre at 4204 Hermitage Rd. ‘Twas the Night before Christmas was a very popular show for all generations. One performance had over… Read More »

Auditions for Henrico Theatre Company’s production of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

By | January 8, 2023

Auditions for Henrico Theatre Company’s production of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, a musical comedy with music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Howard Ashman will be held on Monday and Tuesday, February 6 & 7 at 7 p.m. at The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen. Director Amy Perdue and Music Director Joshua Wortham are… Read More »

Randolph-Macon College is looking for a part-time Technical Director and Scene Shop Manager

By | January 8, 2023

Randolph-Macon College is looking for a part-time Technical Director and Scene shop manager. Generally, the shop is open afternoons, M-F. There is some flexibility available. Some additional hours for production work may be required.  The TD/Shop manager is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of all technical aspects of the just-opened Cobb-Kesler Theatre and… Read More »

Swift Creek Mill Theatre 2023 Youth Education Update

By | December 25, 2022

Our education department is expanding to include after school classes and our summer program is shifting to only performance camps! Class Information Monday Performing Arts Class Ages: Kindergarten – 2nd Grade Dates: 8 consecutive Mondays beginning March 13th Time: 5:00 – 6:00 pm Cost: $200 Description: In this fun, exploratory movement and performance camp, students will spend eight weeks… Read More »

THE WILD, WACKY AND TRULY WONDERFUL WOMEN OF SONG

By | November 13, 2022

PERFORMANCES: January 26-27 at 7pm; January 28-29 at 3pm and 7pm at The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen Tickets $20 at www.artsglenallen.com or 804-261-ARTS Presented by Henrico Theatre Company! Come and be thoroughly entertained by some of Henrico Theatre Company’s favorite leading ladies! This concert will feature wonderful women singing songs that they have been closely… Read More »

RICHMOND’S FINEST: TRIBUTE GOSPEL ENSEMBLE AND THE RICHMOND SYMPHONY

By | November 13, 2022

Saturday, February 11, 2023, at 7pm at The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen Tickets $40 at www.artsglenallen.com 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 on the Sara Belle November Stage in this popular, annual concert series. The Tribute… Read More »

CHAMBERLAYNE ACTORS THEATRE’S 58TH LIVE SEASON

By | October 16, 2022

ANNOUNING OUR 58TH SEASON!Keeping up the momentum, Chamberlayne Actors Theatre is staying on the road for another season! We will put on the three following shows between December of 2022 and June of 2023 THE LYNN THEATREBrightpoint Community CollegeDecember 15th – 18thChamberlayne Actors Theatre is so excited to present this show that The Philadelphia Inquirer once… Read More »

Chamberlayne Actors Theatre Announces 2022-2023 Season

By | September 18, 2022

Tickets and more information at www.cattheatre.com. LAST OF THE RED HOT LOVERS by Neil Simon Performances December 15-18 at Brightpoint Community College’s Lynn Theatre (800 Charter Colony Pkwy, Midlothian). SILENT SKY by Lauren Gunderson Performances February 10-12 and 17-19 at Atlee High School’s The Stage Door Space (9414 Atlee Station Rd, Mechanicsville). EXIT LAUGHING by… Read More »