A New Stage

As theater begins to emerge from the pandemic, local theater groups are staging revivals and stories about race, sexual orientation and spiritual healing.

The Quick and the Undead

Firehouse Theatre’s ‘The Zombie Life’ examines a life no longer lived.

Expressionist Theater

In Richmond Triangle Players’ “The Pink Unicorn,” a local director brings her personal experience to a transgender story.

A Triumphant Return

The Richmond Shakespeare Festival returns to Agecroft Hall with a pair of outdoor comedies.

Behind Blue Eyes

Virginia Rep’s “Ella and Her Fella Frank” imagines a heavenly pairing.

Nature Boy

World premiere of Andrew Gall’s “Walled In” at Firehouse explores a toxic person’s dawning appreciation of Thoreau.

Coma Chameleon

“4000 Days” at Richmond Triangle Players explores love and memory.

Home Fires

Firehouse’s “Fires in the Mirror” explores Brooklyn’s 1991 race riot.

Love and Rockets

Richmond Triangle Players’ “This Bitter Earth” is a cathartic experience in a safe environment.

Bend it like Beckett

Firehouse Theatre unwinds Samuel Beckett’s one-act “Krapp’s Last Tape”

Santa Claus Is Coming Out

A one-man show at Richmond Triangle Players takes on social norms and the Christmas culture war.

Coming Out

Georgia Rogers Farmer's one-woman cabaret “Virtually Insane” hopes to help audiences forget the pandemic through pop tunes and musical theater.

Drama Season

Limited audiences, pop-up theater, relocation and mergers in the drama world.

Transcendental Theater

The many ways Virginia Rep is staying busy during the pandemic. UPDATED

Wilde Thing

Firehouse’s new one-man show, “The Picture of Dorian Gray,” may be the only live theater for an audience anywhere.

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