Tag Archives: Theatre

65th Festival of Arts at the Dogwood Dell – Summer 2022

By | May 22, 2022

“CELEBRATING 65 YEARS AT DOGWOOD DELL” 65th Festival of Arts at the Dogwood Dell – Summer 2022 [Updated 5/16/22] FREE and OPEN to the PUBLIC on the Dell Main Stage!!!! [**DIRECTIONS: If accessing Google Maps, etc. for directions, use the address of 1300 Blanton Ave., Richmond, VA 23221**] JUNE: • *6/17 (FRI) – 8:00 PM… Read More »

RPAA’s Annual Gala is June 16! Join Us for Alternate Routes: A Night in Nashville!

By | May 22, 2022

Did you hear?! RPAA is throwing a NASH BASH! Tickets are ON SALE NOW for RPAA’s biggest event of the year. Join us on June 16th for Alternate Routes: A Night in Nashville (The Music City). This fully-curated food and entertainment experience features a moveable feast, live performances and activities by local artists and arts organizations throughout the venues… Read More »

Virginia Rep Completes Staffing for New Artistic Leadership Model

By | May 22, 2022

Rick Hammerly, Desirée Roots, and Todd D. Norris Following a national search, Virginia Repertory Theatre welcomes new artistic directors, Rick Hammerly, Desirée Roots, and Todd D. Norris, who will steer all artistic aspects of Central Virginia’s flagship professional theatre, according to William H. Carter, Chair-Elect of the Board and Chair of the Selection Committee. “In addition to the… Read More »

Chamberlayne Actors Theatre seeking backstage workers

By | May 15, 2022

Chamberlayne Actors Theatre is seeking 2 individuals to work backstage with props and costumes for its upcoming production of FIREFLIES. These are paid positions. Tech/dress rehearsals will start June 5. Performances will be June 10-12 and 17-19 at HATTheatre (1124 Westbriar Drive, Richmond). Contact Ann Davis for more information at anndavis90@gmail.com.

Love/Sick Opens at Swift Creek

By | May 15, 2022

Author John Cariani, whose Almost, Maine wowed our audiences in 2016, has written what he calls “Almost, Maine’s darker cousin” – nine love stories told by four actors with the same level of witty humor, but with twists that make the scenes funny in a darker way. This author’s take on love and relationships is… Read More »

Firehouse produces U.S. premiere of Ronan Carr’s THE BARBER OF MOVILLE

By | May 15, 2022

Firehouse Theatre is pleased to announce that it will produce the U.S. premiere of Ronan Carr’s play THE BARBER OF MOVILLE for a limited run from June 23 thru July 17, 2022. Carr’s darkly humorous and enormously powerful THE BARBER OF MOVILLE begins with Molly and Dommo closing up their barbershop in Derry City, Ireland… Read More »

Chamberlayne Actors Theatre presents FIREFLIES

By | May 8, 2022

Chamberlayne Actors Theatre presents FIREFLIES by Matthew Barber on June 10-12, 17-19 at HATTheatre (1124 Westbriar Road, Richmond). Retired schoolteacher Eleanor Bannister lives a quiet life alone in tiny Groverdell, Texas, set in her routines and secure in her position as the town’s most respected woman – until a hole in her roof draws the… Read More »

City of Richmond’s Page to Stage Theater Intensive: Peter and the Star Catcher

By | May 8, 2022

Join us at Hickory Hill Community Center for the City of Richmond’s Page to Stage Theater Intensive! In collaboration with The New Theatre, and other local artistic partners, this summer intensive will offer teens a hands on, high quality, professional summer theater experience culminating in a final production of “Peter and the Starcatcher”, the Peter… Read More »

Pine Camp Summer Camps

By | May 1, 2022

Registration is a WEEK away for Pine Camp Summer Camps (Registration opens Monday, May 2nd)! Check out the info below – go to parksandrecreation.richmondgov.com to sign up. Feel free to message me with your email address to be put on our mailing list to stay up to date with all camp programing, too! Pine Camp… Read More »

BOOTYCANDY – The Basement

By | May 1, 2022

BOOTYCANDY by Robert O’Hara directed by Deejay Gray & Katrinah Carol Lewis May 19 – June 11 at The Basement “Smart, searing, and sensationally funny.” – The New York Times Sutter is on an outrageous odyssey through his childhood home, his church, dive bars, motel rooms, and even nursing homes. Playwright Robert O’Hara weaves together… Read More »

AUDITION ANNOUNCEMENT: HEATHERS: THE MUSICAL – Long Story Short Productions

By | May 1, 2022

*AUDITION ANNOUNCEMENT* HEATHERS: THE MUSICAL by Kevin Murphy & Laurence O’Keefe Based on the film written by Daniel Waters Directed by Eric Hackler & Asst. Director MariaElisa Rosa Costa 16+ Production Unpaid We are looking for Musicians as well! June 4th & 5th 10am – 1pm CallBacks June 6th & 7th 6pm – 9pm BOX… Read More »

Theatre Teacher and Director at Warhill High School in Williamsburg, VA opening

By | April 24, 2022

I am leaving my position as the Theatre Teacher and Director at Warhill High School in Williamsburg, VA at the end of this school year, and we are looking for an amazing Theatre Educator to take my position for 2022-23 and beyond!! We have a fantastic group of dedicated theatre students, a full Black Box… Read More »

In Memory of RTP Co-Founder Michael Gooding

By | April 17, 2022

It is with a heavy heart that we report the passing of RTP co-founder Michael Gooding on Saturday, April 9, after a long period in hospice. Michael leaves behind his long-time partner Stephen Lam, a large loving family and a lifetime of laughter — as well as a theatrical legacy in Richmond Triangle Players. Triangle… Read More »

Raja Benz – Intimacy Director

By | April 10, 2022

Hey there RVA theatre community! My name is Raja Benz (she/her) and I am the new Community Engagement and Outreach Manager at Richmond Triangle Players at the Robert B. Moss Theatre. What most people might not know is that I also work as a professional intimacy director for live performance! What is an intimacy director?… Read More »