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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.
BOOMER reviews the best show in town.
BOOMER's Daniel Jones reviews Virginia Rep. Theatre's production of "The Color Purple," playing at the Sara Belle and Neil November Theatre until Aug. 3.