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For those who love – or loathe – musicals
Is there a difference between our memories and our ghosts?
A Family Business, a Wild Idea, and a Lot of Red Leather
The lineup includes classics, modern tales, premies and more
Robbins' novel “The End of War” becomes a Virginia Rep. Theatre production
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.
After a career of critiquing the theater world, he knew what would work as a playwright
The theatrical version plays a worthy supporting role
The Virginia Repertory Theatre hosts a Richmond-based play based on history and the founding of Richmond's first modern era professional performing arts organization.