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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

"Hamilton" leads the list of must-sees on the autumn stage. Read more

Arts

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

Stage & Screen

Virginia Rep's production of "Forever Plaid" runs through Aug. 25 at Hanover Tavern. Read more

Stage & Screen

A local talent returns to Oz years after her debut. Read more

Datebook

In choosing what plays to produce, the region's theaters aim to strike a delicate balance between pleasing and provocative. Read more

Stage & Screen

“The Magic School Bus: Lost in the Solar System” stops at the Modlin Center March 10. Read more

Datebook

Eva DeVirgilis explores women's relationship with beauty in “In My Chair,” March 2-31 at the Theatre Gym. Read more

Stage & Screen

Writer-performer Siobhan O'Loughlin's one-woman immersive show involves bubbles, hair washing and emotional descriptions of life's challenges. Read more

Stage & Screen

The Acts of Faith Festival returns for its 15th year with theater performances through March. Read more

Datebook

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

Stage & Screen

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

Stage & Screen

The modern musical rocks with a talented cast and superior direction. Read more

Stage & Screen

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

Stage & Screen

Virginia Rep’s production “pops” from the page to the stage. Read more

Stage & Screen

The second annual Broadway's Babies gala and performance raises funds to bring arts education to Haiti's neediest youth. Read more

Stage & Screen

The Mechanicsville theater lasted 45 shows — but provided memories for a lifetime. Read more

NEWS & FEATURES

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

Stage & Screen

Experiences to treasure in the months to come Read more

Arts

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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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