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Valerie David stands up to cancer using her superpowers of humor and drama. Read more

Sunday Story

“The Play That Goes Wrong” brings a bit of slapstick to the Richmond stage. Read more

Datebook

An original production by a self-described "military brat" highlights the experiences of LGBTQ+ service members. Read more

Stage & Screen

David L. Robbins’s stage play gets the on-camera treatment. Read more

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A spirited production brings Ibsen’s operatic drama to life. Read more

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Actors playing actors lead a superb cast in this witty murder mystery. Read more

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A play about a family with found money searches for laughs. Read more

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A play about the legendary vampire attempts a humorous look at the undead count. Read more

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Firehouse Theatre presents a fresh take on the Moliere play about a rich hypochondriac. Read more

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Ensure your child’s first theater experience includes more comedy and less drama. Read more

Living

Virginia Rep's "Crimes of the Heart" is onstage at Hanover Tavern through Aug. 26. Read more

Datebook

Playing the lead role in SPARC's production of "Aida," a visually impaired teen finds the courage to face her own challenges. Read more

, Stage & Screen

A bedeviled puppet is at the center of this raunchy, irreverent comedy. Read more

Stage & Screen

A Christian-themed puppet show goes bad in 5th Wall Theatre and TheatreLAB’s production of “Hand to God.” Read more

Datebook

Swift Creek Mill Theatre presents a comic tale of four Southern women. Read more

Stage & Screen

TheatreLab stages a Pulitzer Prize-winning drama about two brooding brothers. Read more

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Virginia Rep stages the world premiere of a Southern adventure about family ties and finding love. Read more

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CAT Theatre's "Lucky Me" is a comedy about a woman searching for love amid minor disasters. Read more

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The ninth annual Bardathon at Quill Theatre gets regional high schoolers into the work of Shakespeare. Read more

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This two-person musical at HATTheatre explores family relationships in an intimate setting. Read more

Stage & Screen

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    Greg Gallinger

    Kerry Ipema rehearses her performance of One Woman Sex in the City, her debut show at this year's Fringe Festival. July 12, 2016 (GREG GALLINGER / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)

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