Former Richmond Ballet student and trainee Max Föllmer becomes a professional dancer in San Francisco. Read more

Stage & Screen

The Nutcracker, the Snake Charmer — and that crazy tree — return for the Richmond Ballet's holiday classic, Dec. 14-23. Read more

Stage & Screen

A doctor in training at VCU has come to medicine from the world of dance. Read more


The Latin Ballet of Virginia's "Legend of the Poinsettia" returns to the Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen Jan. 5-8. Read more


The Richmond Ballet’s 33rd professional season opens Sept. 20 to 25 with a Studio One performance at the ballet’s dance factory at 407 E. Canal St. Read more


After 14 years of dancing with the Richmond Ballet, Lauren Fagone plans to retire after a performance of “The Rite of Spring,” from April 12 to 17 Read more


The RVA Loves R&J Festival brings a week of activities to Richmond, highlighted by two unique performances of "Romeo & Juliet" performed by the Richmond Ballet and Virginia Opera. Read more



Photo by Brian Brown

Richmond Ballet company member Matthew Frain collaborated with Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe on original music for a piece he choreographed for the Richmond Ballet’s New Works Festival, running March 17 to 22. Read more



Photo by Sarah Ferguson, courtesy Richmond Ballet

Richmond Ballet dancer Matthew Frain is one of four choreographers whose works will be performed during the Richmond Ballet's New Works Festival. Read more



photo by Pavlina Schultz, courtesy Israel Ballet

The Richmond Ballet’s production of "Don Quixote" is a homecoming for Shira Lanyi, a longtime company member who returned from Tel Aviv, where she’s been performing with the Israel Ballet, to take on the role of “Queen of the Dryads.” Read more



photo by Sarah Ferguson, Richmond Ballet 2015

The Richmond Ballet's "Road To China" season features "Don Quixote" with two members of the National Ballet of China, which performs from the classic Western canon, as well more modern pieces and ballets from Chinese tradition and history. Read more



Photo by Jay Paul

School of Richmond Ballet director Judy Jacob marks two decades in a role that’s made for her. Read more



Photo by Aaron Sutten

A multimedia production will open the 2014 Richmond Ballet season Sept. 23 to 28, with a work inspired by the lives of professional dancers. Read more


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