This is How it Goes at the Firehouse Theatre 

Thursday, Oct. 29 through Saturday, Nov. 21.

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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