Free lance reviewer Joan Tupponce calls Virginia Rep's "Mame" a treat for the holiday season.
Joan Tupponce is a national award-winning journalist who has been freelancing since 1989. Her articles have appeared in the New York Daily News, Teen Beat, Seventeen, Challenge magazine, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Virginian-Pilot, Richmond magazine, Virginia Living, Virginia Business, Virginia Golfer and more. She has also written for the public relations area of Sports Illustrated. Her broadcast experience includes radio and television reviews, travelogues and celebrity interviews. Joan is also a Richmond area theater critic.
Articles by Joan Tupponce
Free lance reviewer Joan Tupponce finds Virginia Rep's production at Barksdale a good diversion for the holidays.
Freelance reviewer Joan Tupponce says "We Three Lizas" story potential seems to fizzle, but talented actors make it worth seeing.
Free lance writer Joan Tupponce says the touring musical comedy is for those with an open mind and a broad sense of humor.
Freelancer Joan Tupponce says "Equivocation" at Virginia Rep/Henley Street has fabulous acting but cautions it's not for the faint of heart.
Freelance writer Joan Tupponce reviews Virginia Rep’s play about the famed sex therapist.
Freelancer Joan Tupponce recommends Virginia Rep's "The Charitable Sisterhood."
Reviewer Joan Tupponce concludes that Virginia Rep’s production of "The Color Purple" is Broadway caliber.
Freelance reviewer Joan Tupponce says Richmond Triangle Players’ production of “Cabaret” is a must-see for theater lovers.