It’s not often that a production can perfectly balance humor and drama. VCU’s newest production A Time To Kill manages to fill you with emotions of anger and sadness, but also make you laugh at Raymond Hodges Theatre from now until Feb. 26.
Envision some of your own favorite inanimate childhood playmates: Gumby and Pokey; Barbie, Skipper and Julia; Matchbox and Hot Wheels; trolls, baby dolls, Sara Lee, Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy; board games, Simon and electronic football games; Spirograph and Lite Brite. Chances are, your revered toys are part of this show.
Times are changing, folks, and the Richmond Symphony Orchestra is changing, too. Though they continue to stick tight to their orchestral origins, they’re delving yet again into the Richmond’s Finest series, pairing their orchestral grandeur with a local musical group outside of the classical genre. This time, they’re dipping their toes into bluegrass.
New Orleans is a gluttonous, glorious place that’s totally weirdo and full of colorful characters, savory eats and arts. This curious amalgam makes it like no other place on earth, so it’s no surprise that it’s a hotbed of ever-present sound.
Imagine traveling to a destination just to join thousands of other like-minded music lovers. Not only will you get to see and hear some of your favorite musicians in person, you’ll hang with friends, meet other fans and maybe even discover a new favorite band or two – all surrounded by days of lyrical wonder far from home.
Williamsburg exhibition presents Venus and other mythologies and portraits
The museum's first original exhibit will be on display until June 3
TCM’s sixth and final – for now – cruise celebrates enduring quality
The beat goes on post-retirement for one of Richmond’s most accomplished players