Almost every theatre finds a guiding spirit for their season. This year, the Firehouse Theatre Project seems to have chosen the power of opera as its guide. Aside from staging an actual opera, they have explored other theatrical musical events and have found a way to use each to reach different notes within our shared emotional experiences.
Certainly one of the best things about Richmond’s annual Acts Of Faith Festival is the great conversation that follows just about each and every production that one is lucky enough to see. While the quality of each performance may vary, the thought provoking material is almost always top notch.
Maggie Small with the Richmond Ballet talks about her love of dance and her responsibility as a mentor to young ballerinas. "I always make sure to spend time with the Claras," Small says as they prepare for the Nutcracker.
Hugo the Cat is making waves on social media as he sips his cup of coffee while listening to 88.9 WCVE. Read about the inspiration behind this curious little creature helping to spread the word about public radio.
Playwright, novelist, screenwriter, veteran and advocate for women, Rebekah L. Pierce visits Daphne’s Corner. Rebekah’s play, That Color Blind Kind of Love, will be live streamed June 23-25, 2017 at WCVE PBS. Inspired by the historic landmark case of Loving vs. The State of Virginia 1967, the play delves into the world of interracial dating. Have things changed since 1967? Is love truly color blind?