Jacqueline O'Connor 
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Re: “Footlights

I am so glad you featured Dean Knight...one of the hardest working actors I know. A lovely person too! I look forward to seeing this show!

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Posted by Jacqueline O'Connor on 09/11/2016 at 10:50 AM

Re: “Footlights

Go Chelsea!

Posted by Jacqueline O'Connor on 05/08/2016 at 11:28 AM

Re: “The Power of Nice

Bruce and Phil gave me my first job as an actress (fresh out of college) - touring with Theatre IV back in 1988, and that one amazing moment caused me to fall in love with Richmond and call it my home. Over the past 26 years Bruce and Phil have mentored me and guided me, not only as an actor, but later on as a peer when it was time to launch Henley Street Theatre, now Quill Theatre. They have always been open to partnering with our company, including giving us a home for our Bootleg Shakespeare productions over the years and recently our amazing co-production of "Equivocation." They are leaving the Richmond Theatre community and our fair city a legacy on which to build. That is pretty darn amazing! I can't wait to see what they do next!

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Posted by Jacqueline O'Connor on 05/27/2015 at 12:51 PM

Re: “My Three Sons

Yes, you are correct AW - James Goldman's script does call for a Christmas tree. Creative license.

Posted by Jacqueline O'Connor on 02/17/2015 at 6:15 PM

Re: “27 Things to Do in Richmond This Holiday Weekend

#28 - See "A Midsummer Night's Dream" tonight at 8pm at Agecroft Hall. Presented by Henley Street Theatre and Richmond Shakespeare, this magic play is perfect for the entire family! Come early with you picnic dinner and enjoy the gardens and a stunning view of the James River in the backyard. Theatre under the stars! Tickets: www.HenleyStreetTheatre.org or walk-ups welcome!

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Posted by Jacqueline O'Connor on 07/04/2014 at 6:21 AM

Re: “Speed Dreaming

I sat in on the auditions for this show and can tell you without hesitation that we cast Raven Wilkes because her audition blew us away. The color of her skin had nothing to do with it. Henley Street Theatre and Richmond Shakespeare believe in colorblind casting. It is, and always will be about the talent. Raven is an up and coming star and I can not wait to see how her journey unfolds. -Jacquie O'Connor, Managing Director

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Posted by Jacqueline O'Connor on 06/26/2014 at 5:14 PM

Re: “LETTER: Different Opinions on Same-Sex Marriage

Hey Brenda - so single women should not "steal" babies either right? Because the kid doesn't get a Dad that way too. Oh and Brenda, when heterosexual people get divorced and one parent walks way - should there be a "lost and found" place were babies can be returned - because according to you they are being denied both parents and therefore will become...well God know what! And finally - thank you for clarifying for me that if you are a homosexual couple trying to "steal" a baby, that there is no way the baby will grow up normal because homosexuals do not have straight friends and family members, don't own a TV, don't read and won't send their kids to school and thus the child will never learn about heterosexual relationships. Thank God Brenda you cleared this all for us.

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Posted by Jacqueline O'Connor on 02/12/2014 at 9:28 PM

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