This one's an instant classic, and well worth the drive, the tolls, whatever it takes to get you to Staunton, Virginia.
The multiracial acting company has created one of the most thought-provoking versions of this play you are likely to see.
Martinique author Aimé Césaire’s redo of Shakespeare's 'The Tempest' should be receiving revivals across the country in very short order.
The show's creativity and charm will leave audiences nostalgic for the '80s and hoping for their own divine strange magic.
Strong acting and effective scenic and sound design make the show a majestic evening.
Antoinette Nwandu’s groundbreaking drama about young Black men looking for a way out will follow 'Every Brilliant Thing,' 'Twelfth Night,' and 'Thrive.'
'I’Mpossible' — a world-class, fully inclusive, fully accessible circus show — comes to Capital One Hall on February 26.
With Artistic Director Brandon Carter and a new leadership structure, the troubled company rebounds and resumes performances in February.
The show is wholesome, sentimental, and highlights the warmth and comfort of family.
A laudable performance of the renowned playwright's autobiographical 'How I Learned What I Learned.'
'Every Brilliant Thing' | 'The Legend of Georgia McBride' | 'Nat Turner in Jerusalem' | 'A Midsummer Night’s Dream' | 'Lucky Stiff'
The script gives an actor the opportunity for a sparkling display of comic virtuosity, and Jaclyn Young takes full advantage.
The Fredericksburg, VA, venue's 2021–22 season is underway, featuring musicals, farces, mysteries, and beloved classics.
...and it wasn’t the Marquis de Lafayette.
Playing God, Jacob Yeh is a revelation.
In her solo performance outdoors, supreme storyteller Lori Brown Mirabal reveals the fun in opera for both children and adults.
The sensory-filled production takes children age 0–3 on a magical journey to the beach.
The company's 2021-22 lineup includes comedies, thrillers, mysteries, an August Wilson classic, and more.
'An Act of God' opening postponed one week; 'Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood' and 'Disaster (the Musical)' postponed to 2022.