Richmond-area theaters will be brightening the dark days of winter with exciting and fresh productions on stage. From a new take on the Henrik Ibsen play “A Doll’s House, Part 2” at Virginia Rep to “Come From Away,” an inspiring musical based on the Sept. 11 attacks, here’s what we’re lookin…
The Kennedy Center's Lunar New Year Celebration returns with colorful outdoor lanterns and programs celebrating Chinese and Korean art and culture Jan. 27 through Feb. 6.
Rappahannock County arts collective in Little Washington opens collaborative show.
Featuring hundreds of photographs by 120 women from 20 countries, the National Gallery of Art‘s “The New Woman Behind the Camera” is an impressive exhibit expressing a wide world of emotions and experiences.
STORY OF RESILIENCE: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute graduate Henry Jurand flew with the 82nd Airborne, lost use of his right side after massive stroke in '97, still pursues his craft using only left hand.
Autumn movies burst with color; winter movies quietly glow in icy shades of white. Should you be looking for something to watch while waiting for the temperatures to rise, here are a handful of entertaining movies set during the coldest of seasons. (I’m leaving out the most obvious choices b…
Acrobatic students will perform on Christmas Eve at State Climb, a nonprofit climbing gym in the former State Theatre on Main Street in downtown Culpeper.
Class of 1998, Nikki Painter has been artist for past decade; her “Large Night Garden,” a black and white pen drawing covered with small patterns, is now on display at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art.
The classic show goes on at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. this Saturday and at 1 p.m. on Sunday at Epiphany Catholic School.
Blue Devils thespians victorious at regional competition with presentation of Lin Manuel-Miranda's short musical; Tyler Bowyer, as Justin, wins Outstanding Actor Award.
ACHIEVING NEW HEIGHTS: Aerial Silks attaches to stage rigging in historic Main Street theater as admission becomes pay-what-you-can or give volunteer hours.
Shall we dance you a Christmas tale? This is a story of adventure and splendor, where dolls come to life and toy soldiers battle against evil mice, where snowflakes dance amidst a forest of pines and candy delights entertain a kingdom, where all is sweetness and joy.
Member artist Joan Wiberg will display her outdoor inspirations at the Little Washington gallery Dec. 3-Jan. 9, will be on site Saturday.
Sharon Zarambo experienced substantial loss in the past year, funneled her energy into large colorful pieces now on display at historic Possum's Store.
When the American photographer Man Ray arrived in Paris in 1921, he met Gertrude Stein, the writer, poet and playwright, who held lively literary salons that drew luminaries like F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway.
For Riverside Center for the Performing Arts’ end-of-the-year production, the theater company is reaching into the MGM archives. “Meet Me in St. Louis,” a musical based on the Judy Garland movie, offers a sweet throwback to simpler times, and it doesn’t hurt that it boasts the heartwarming h…
You’ve seen the Judy Garland classic on the big screen. And now, you can experience the magic locally onstage.
Kwame Alexander's stories come to life in a world-premiere musical adaptation, "Acoustic Rooster’s Barnyard Boogie: Starring Indigo Blume," at the Kennedy Center.
The Virginia Commission for the Arts Virtual Artist Showcase continues this week to promote the reopening of the performing arts sector and showcase of performing artists and venues in communities across the Commonwealth.
"Clouds, Ice, and Bounty: The Lee and Juliet Folger Fund Collection of Seventeenth-Century Dutch and Flemish Paintings" is a retreat where we as guests can share viewing paintings that were once seen by few besides family and friends in private homes.
WASHINGTON—In its long-awaited return to live theater performances, Ford’s Theatre has chosen a gem of a story.
Rappahannock photographers Gary Anthes and Jo Levine partner for new show, "Contemplative Moments," opening Friday in Little Washington.
ALEX DRUMMOND, an 18-year-old actor from Spotsylvania County with several performances and commercials under his belt, has his own way of dealing with the stress of auditions and traveling.
Firnew Farm Artists Circle members spent last summer finding inspiration on grounds of Orange County presidential estate, as shown in new exhibit coming this weekend.