Theatre commentator John Porter looks at Firehouse Theatre’s production of “Maple & Vine.”
Of all the material things you can give to a child, books may be the most essential. Holding the collective knowledge, opinion, and imagination of humanity, books are reminders of one’s place in the world and can influence positive thought and behavior.
Theatre commentator John Porter takes a look at Swift Creek Mill’s production of ‘Little Shop of Horrors.’
Theatre commentator Joan Tupponce looks at Virginia Rep’s Children’s Theatre’s production of “Croaker, The Frog Prince.”
Theatre commentator Joan Tupponce looks at “I Do! I Do!” running through April 3rd at Hanover Tavern.
Theatre commentator Joan Tupponce looks at “The Mountaintop,” playing through March 12 at the Cadence Theatre Company.
Commentator Joan Tupponce looks at Virginia Rep's "Saturday, Sunday, Monday."
Joan Tupponce has a look at “The Little Lion,” running through March 5th at Swift Creek Mill Theatre.
It has been said that dogs are man’s best friend, probably because dogs are intelligent, funny, and loyal. Some dogs also have a discerning, compassionate personality that benefits humans on a deeper level. Julie Strauss Bettinger’s book, Encounters with Rikki: From Hurricane Katrina Rescue to Exceptional Therapy Dog, tells how hurting people found strength in a therapy dog whose only fee was hugs and baby carrots.