This week on CURTAIN CALL, Jerry Williams talks with Charles Wax, President of the board of Chamberlayne Actors Theatre about them losing their lease and where they go from here. The podcast will be on Artsies.org later today. http://wrir.org/show/open-source-rva/ #CurtainCall
This week on Curtain Call, Jerry Williams talks with Steve Koehler, Managing Director of Swift Creek Mill Theatre to talk about the big flood of the building in August and how the theatre is recovering.
This week on Curtain Call, Jerry Williams introduces Dorie Barton who is one of 3 directors of a virtual play created for Zoom produced by VCUarts Theatre.
This week on Curtain Call, Susie Haubenstock, Julinda Lewis, and Jerry Williams discuss the Firehouse production of ANN, a one-woman show about former Texas governor Ann Richards, and we’ll also revisit this year’s Artsies streaming show.
This week on Curtain Call, Jacqueline Jones tells us about her creation of noted Texas governor Ann Richards for ANN, the one-woman show at Firehouse.
Our 6th season of Curtain Call launches this week with interviews about 2 new opportunities in local theatre: Richmond Triangle Players Artistic Director Lucian Restivo talks about the So.Queer Playwright’s Festival and Project Director Omiyẹmi tells us about Cadence Theatre’s “Sitelines…
This week on Curtain Call Jerry Williams interviews Dr. Tawnya Pettiford-Wates, the founding artistic director of The Conciliation Project, and Deejay Gray, the founding artistic director of TheatreLAB, about the recently announced merger of their two companies.
This week on Curtain Call is the 3rd and final installment of our series on the Artsies. We’ll have Phil Crosby of Richmond Triangle Players to lend his views on the effect the awards have on local theatres, Karen Newton…
Jerry Williams talks with Joel Bassin (Firehouse Theatre) about THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY, the first live and streamed production in the area (and maybe the country), then Julinda Lewis will join Jerry to share their opinions of the show.
This week on Curtain Call, we interview Amy Wight, the producer of the Richmond Theatre Critics Circle (Artsies) awards for a dozen years, and unveil the theme of this year’s event.