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The “Orange Is the New Black” star visits the Science Museum of Virginia to discuss her new memoir. Read more

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The legendary actress and comedian makes her first Richmond appearance this summer at the Altria Theater. Read more

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Award-winning “Hamilton” star Leslie Odom Jr. speaks with SPARC students and the public for MLK Day Jan. 21. Read more

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Actress Trina Parks, the first black Bond girl, is among special guests at the Jan. 20 Soul Image Film Festival in Richmond. Read more

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Film, theater and television actor/director D.L. Hopkins is addicted to audiences. Read more

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A choreographer and costume designer put Richmond in the spotlight with dual nominations for 2017 Tony Awards. Read more

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Reshma Shetty returns to Richmond for recognition by the Virginia Repertory Theatre for her work in theater and television. Read more

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The Ghostlight Project, a national movement shining a spotlight on equality issues, manifests locally at several Richmond theaters on Thursday. Read more

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On stage and in the community, a young Richmonder proves he's more than his disability. Read more

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Richmond’s own Slash Coleman has adapted his book, "The Bohemian Love Diaries," into a screenplay; Tuesday, a panel of actors present it during a staged reading at Firehouse Theatre. Read more

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Actor Thomas Mikal Ford died this week at age 52. Many remember him from the '90s sitcom “Martin,” but fewer may know of the role that brought him to Richmond for two days last year. Read more

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"Eyes of the Roshi," an independent action-thriller produced in Tidewater and Central Virginia and starring Eric Roberts, is part yoga-martial arts meditation and part head-blasting, beat-down, seamy rural underworld melodrama. Read more

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Novelist and playwright David L. Robbins, founder of the Mighty Pen Project, had an idea worthy of Hawkeye and Trapper: let's collect a group of actors and recreate M*A*S*H episodes in staged readings. It's so crazy, it just might work. Read more

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After participating in a two-week residency, eight talented high school playwrights will bring their original one-act plays to the stage for the 27th annual New Voices for the Theater Festival of New Works, to be held at VCU's Shafer Street Playhouse Read more

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Hometown theaters serve as a springboard for performing artists Read more

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

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The choice of Tennessee Williams' 1948 play "Summer and Smoke" as the last production Bruce Miller will direct is rooted in histories both personal and theatrical for Virginia Repertory Theatre's artistic director. Read more

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The standardized patient program is a unique day job for several Richmond stage veterans whose acting skills help medical students learn how to interact with patients and to practice their skills on real people. Read more

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Heading into its fifth year, the Richmond International Film Festival is putting forth what the director calls its largest and most diverse lineup yet. Screenings will be held March 3 to 6 at The Byrd Theatre and Movieland at Boulevard Square. Read more

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The Richmond native started at Kings Dominion and cruise ships, went on to Broadway with "Hairspray," got into TV with "The Closer" and then feature films, including "Straight Outta Compton." Now, he wants to direct himself and JK Simmons in a film. Read more

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