Swift Creek Mill Theatre

Improving trails along the Appomattox River, a boost to homebuilding in South Side, a roundabout realignment in Midlothian and a “Bright Star” to shine in the Tri-Cities Read more


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

Stage & Screen

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

Stage & Screen

Travel back to the 1930s with “Dames at Sea,” a flashy tap show simultaneously parodying and celebrating the golden era of movie musicals. Read more


Two troupes have carved a theatrical niche on the South Side. Read more


Swift Creek Mill Theatre takes on Arthur Miller's classic play. Read more

Stage & Screen

Swift Creek Mill Theatre stages a gender swap on the classic 1940s trio. Read more

Stage & Screen

On April 19, the PBS program "NOVA" details the recent discovery of a tunnel dug by Jewish captives in a desperate attempt to escape death at the hands of the Nazis during World War II. Read more


Hometown theaters serve as a springboard for performing artists Read more


"The Lion King," the RVA Street Art and Richmond Earth Day festivals and NASCAR at RIR are among this week's happenings, plus Virginia Rep artistic director Bruce Miller's last show and an exhibition of Salvador Dali's work in Carytown. Read more


Works by Mozart, Wagner and Stravinksy star in a festival, opera and ballet this weekend; Thao and the Get Down Stay Down are back in town, TheatreLab's "Venus in Fur" opens, and there's Shakespeare at Henricus and "Butterflies Live" at Lewis Ginter. Read more


Two film festivals, numerous First Friday art openings, an album release party with indie rocker Lucy Dacus, the A-10 Women’s Basketball Championship and some dynamite stage productions give us plenty to choose from this weekend. Read more


Gospel musician and composer Cora Harvey Armstrong transformed the worst parts of her life into the best parts of her music. Read more


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. Read more


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