It's pretty amazing how the veil of your life's normalcy can be so easily disrupted by a single individual. After taking home six awards from the Richmond Theatre Critics Circle, including Best Play for last season's “Eurydice,” the Firehouse Theatre continues its 2009-'10 season with Neil LaBute's “This Is How it Goes,” a drama following a young interracial couple and the love triangle that develops when a white former schoolmate challenges the foundation of their relationship. Exploring the boundaries and crossed lines of color and gender, with plenty of fourth-wall narration, the production opens Thursday, Oct. 29, and continues through Saturday, Nov. 21. $10-$25.
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