Theater VCU is ending its season with "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee," opening tomorrow night.
Nearly 100 high school students from far and near performed "Macbeth" Friday at Richmond's Center Stage.
CAPTION: Elijah Khudov and Yury Nasonov from School 213 in St. Petersburg, Russia, were among nearly 100 high school actors taking part in Richmond Shakespeare's Third Annual Bardathon program on Friday.
The Children's Museum of Richmond is getting ready to open its second satellite location.
"Believe," the new show by Celtic Woman, will play the Landmark Theater tomorrow. The group gained fame after appearing on PBS in early March of 2005.
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Daveed Gartenstein-Ross spoke to the World Affairs Council of Greater Richmond Feburary 29
Army musicians from Fort Lee will be part of an "Evening with Jazz" at Hopewell High School on Tuesday.
The season of Lent began yesterday. In observance, three Episcopal Church choirs will perform together at St. Paul's Church tomorrow night.
For more than a hundred years, historic St. Paul’s Episcopal Church has presented a series of guest preachers during the Christian season of Lent, which begins on Ash Wednesday.
PBS President Paula Kerger was asked about state and federal funding for noncommerical broadcasting being targeted for elimination.
The Peter Paul Development Center will celebrate 32 years of service to children in Richmond's east end tonight at the University of Richmond's Jepson Alumni Center.