The first show of the Richmond Shakespeare Festival at Agecroft Hall is clever, fun, and loaded with laughs! See it in a bucolic outdoor setting through June 25.
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Hundreds of live butterflies take flight in Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden’s glass Conservatory on Friday, April 15 as M&T Bank Butterflies LIVE! opens to the public. The exhibit, which features…
You might have seen the movie – here’s your chance to see the play with your kids! Don’t miss the Jewish Family Theatre production of “The Prom” at the JCC.
Longing for a light summer comedy? Head to Swift Creek Mill Theatre with your honey, your besties, or your older kids for “The Sweet Delilah Swim Club.”
When Belén Moyano saw “Hadestown” with her husband, she predicted she would one day be a cast member in the award-winning show. How did she realize this destiny?
The Green at the Science Museum of Virginia with pathways, trees, and public art is part one of a plan to enhance public greenspace around the historic building.
Veterans and active-duty military receive free admission to the VMHC on Monday, May 29. Great opportunity to check out “Apollo: When We Went to the Moon.”
Virginia Repertory has a full slate of musicals and plays for all ages at its area venues. Check out the lineup and then look into tickets for the coming season!
Kick off your weekend on Brown’s Island, along the banks of the James River, with live music and a festive crowd of the young and the young at heart.
Take Mom to the VMHC for a free and fantastic Mother’s Day outing, Sunday! You’ll see the renowned exhibit, Apollo – When We Went to the Moon.
“Log Cabin” – showing at Triangle Players through May 20 – explores marriage, parenting, relationships, and privilege from the perspective of three couples.
Richmond Shakespeare and Agecroft Hall & Gardens announce the 24th Annual Richmond Shakespeare Festival. The festival will run from June 1 through July 30, 2023, Thursday through Sunday evenings at…