Language is a main draw in Quill Theatre’s existential “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead.”

Brutal Youth

Firehouse’s new dark comedy looks at wrongful incarceration.

Spring Awakening

A preview of the upcoming theater season in Richmond.

Get Bent, Reality

Fifth Wall’s version of a Tennessee Williams classic looks to the original version, projections and all.

American Tunes

The lead singer in “The Simon and Garfunkel Story” talks about performing as his hero, Paul Simon.

Crazy for Patsy

Hanover Tavern’s “Always … Patsy Cline” explores the relationship between the country legend and her biggest fan.

Mystery with a Twist

Swift Creek Mill’s “The Mystery of Edwin Drood,” based on Charles Dickens’ final novel, is a metatheatrical comedy delight.

Not Your Grandma’s “Cinderella”

Virginia Rep’s updated take on a timeless story provides a better role model for young girls in the audience.

Pee Synergy

A gush-worthy “Urinetown: the Musical” hits all the right satirical notes.


  • Re: Spring Awakening

    • A great way to inform us about the current theatre season.

    • on January 12, 2020
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