In a Silent Way

In a Silent Way

Cadence Theatre’s latest plays invites the audience to participate in mindfulness with healing workshops.

All That Jazz

Quill Theatre’s “The Great Gatsby” is full of music, dancing and comedy set against one of the great American stories.

Just Desserts

Richmond Triangle Players’ “The Cake” is a crowd-pleasing comedy at the crossroads of the personal and political.

Sticky Situations

Virginia Repertory Theatre delivers an entertinaing, high-energy take on an early Hitchcock classic.

Ella, Unenchanted

Virginia Opera performs Rossini’s “Cinderella” for the first time in 30 years.

Pitchy Business

Into the Woods’ “Souvenir” is a touching comedy about the world’s worst opera singer.

Growing Fences

Virginia Rep’s production of August Wilson’s classic will look much different than the movie version.

Rage Against the Machine

TheatreVCU’s “Machinal” challenges societal expectations of women and the sensationalism of tabloid media.

Rags to Riches

Swift Creek’s “Daddy Long Legs” is a sweet, understated and well-done musical version of a 1912 epistolary novel.

Stray Cat Strut

An actor from the Broadway touring production of “Cats” talks about the hugely successful stage musical’s charm. Hint? It’s cats.

Brutal Youth

Firehouse’s new dark comedy looks at wrongful incarceration.


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

Get Bent, Reality

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

Spring Awakening

A preview of the upcoming theater season in Richmond.

American Tunes

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


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