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After starring on Broadway, the Richmond theater alum explores the West Coast scene. more

Stage & Screen

Monday might be your last chance to witness the Sandston Memorial Day Parade. Read on for details, plus news on exhibitions, live music and other happenings. more

Arts

An Obie Award-winning Best New American Play, Arts in the Park, and the East Coast Triathlon Festival are in this week's line-up, plus a rundown of what's onstage and in galleries around town. more

Arts

What if you turned back the clock a few (say, six) decades? Firehouse Theatre's new production, "Maple and Vine," explores that question. This weekend's events also include the Monument Avenue 10K, James River Film Festival, art openings and more. more

Arts

Puppeteers Ines Pasic and Hugo Suarez of Teatro Hugo + Ines use their hands, feet, knees and elbows, along with props and costumes, to create characters. more

Datebook

The next Broadway in Richmond season includes four local premieres, plus the return of 'The Book of Mormon.' more

Arts

KDance's fourth adventure in adapting plays to movement takes to the stage March 24 to 26 at Richmond Triangle Players in Scott's Addition. more

Stage & Screen

The circus is here, a frog is about to kiss a princess and music is all around us this weekend, plus we have a film festival recap and "Mercy Street" news. more

Arts

Lauren Leinhaas-Cook and Larry Cook draw on their decades of marital experience in Virginia Repertory Theatre's production of the Tom Jones-Harvey Schmidt musical “I Do! I Do!” running Feb. 26 to April 10 at Hanover Tavern. more

Stage & Screen

Stop by Dogtown Dance Theater on January 9 for Dogwood Dance Project's 5th anniversary more

Datebook

A young adult Holocaust tale by Nancy Wright Beasley, adapted for the stage by Irene Ziegler, will play at Swift Creek Mill Theatre from Jan. 28 to March 5. more

Arts

Based on two stories by Truman Capote, "Holiday Memories" tells the story of 10-year-old Buddy and his eccentric 60-something cousin and close friend, Sook, transcend their circumstances in Depression-era Alabama through imagination. more

Datebook

Inspired by James Cameron’s "Avatar" movie, "Toruk — the First Flight" depicts a time thousands of years earlier, before humans entered the mythical world of Pandora. more

Stage & Screen

The musical is called Gypsy, but the real star is Rose, the archetypal stage mother bent on achieving stardom for her daughters (one of whom gains fame as burlesque performer Gypsy Rose Lee). more

Datebook

"Equus" runs at the Virginia Rep Center's Theatre Gym from Nov. 5 to 28. more

Datebook

A peek inside this month's issue of Richmond magazine more

Fairfax County native Ben Cook, 17, appears in the "Newsies" ensemble as the character Race, one of the newsboys. He and the rest of the cast will be at the Altria Theater from Nov. 3 to 8 as part of the Broadway in Richmond series. more

Stage & Screen

To celebrate the VCU Department of Dance and Choreography's 35th anniversary, program grads gather for a special homecoming Oct. 23-24 more

Datebook

The Starr Foster Dance Project, with 20 performers, takes the words of eight and puts them in motion. more

Arts

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