This week on CURTAIN CALL Julie Clayton, Jerry Williams, Julinda Lewis & Susie Haubenstock discuss WALLED IN (Firehouse), then James Ricks (Quill Theatre) fills us in on all the changes for this summer’s Richmond Shakespeare Festival.
This week’s CURTAIN CALL looks at 2 unique theatrical collabs. Carol Piersol (Artistic Director, 5th Wall Theatre) tells us about the previous and upcoming Porch Plays. Then, co-directors Chelsea Burke & Austin Lewis discuss how writer Chandler Hubbard’s play SHANIDAR became…
This week on CURTAIN CALL Jerry Williams interviews Andrew Gall who wrote and directed the world premiere play WALLED IN at Firehouse Theatre.
This week on CURTAIN CALL Susie Haubenstock, Julinda Lewis and Jerry Williams review 4000 DAYS, the current production show at Richmond Triangle Players.
This week on CURTAIN CALL Jerry Williams chats with Todd Patterson and Carlen Kernish, two of the actors from the upcoming Richmond Triangle Players’ show 4000 DAYS.
This week on CURTAIN CALL Julinda Lewis, Claire Boswell and our latest addition to the Critics Circle, Julie Turner, will review FIRES IN THE MIRROR at Firehouse Theatre.
This week on CURTAIN CALL Claire Boswell from Style Weekly interviews 3 of the students in the RTCC’s Artsies Mentorship Program.
This week on CURTAIN CALL Jerry Williams gets the heat on FIRES IN THE MIRROR (Firehouse Theatre) with Jamar Jones, who is the only actor in the show and Katrinah Carol Lewis, who directed it.
Sharalyn Garrard from Heritage Ensemble Theatre Company talks about their new world premiere, Anthony Cosby, Jr. preps us for his Prince tribute, & Cynthia Mitchell presents the new show from CAT’s Bifocals.
This week on CURTAIN CALL, for the first time since October, our critics actually review 2 shows: Julinda Lewis, Susie Haubenstock, Claire Boswell and Jerry Williams discuss BITTER EARTH (Richmond Triangle Players) and KRAPP’S LAST TAPE (Firehouse Theatre). http://wrir.org/show/open-source-rva/ #CurtainCall…