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.
This week on Curtain Call, we take a nostalgic look back at the creation of the Artsies. Susie Haubenstack, Julinda Lewis, Dave Timberline and Jill Bari Steinberg will discuss how it started and how it’s grown.
Susie Haubenstauck, Julinda Lewis, Claire Boswell and Jerry Williams talk about the shows they were looking forward to seeing the rest of this season (before COVID-19 shut the theatres down).
This week on Curtain Call: Nathaniel Shaw talks about Virginia Rep’s online projects and Joel Bassin discusses their upcoming season at Firehouse, including a historic return to the theater.
This special 56-minute version of Curtain Call was aired April 17, on WRIR-FM’s Open Source Richmond, VA. Here are links to the organizations discussed: CultureWorks Richmond COVID-19 Fund RPAA Legends at Home Richmond Quarantine Theatre Facebook page Richmond, VA OnStage…
This week on Curtain Call: Rich Griset, Susie Haubenstock, Julinda Lewis and Jerry Williams discuss THE GREAT GATSBY (Quill) and SMALL MOUTH SOUNDS (Cadence/Va Rep co-production).
This week on Curtain Call: Rich Griset, Susie Haubenstock and Jerry Williams discuss THE REVOLUTIONISTS (TheatreLAB) and THE 39 STEPS (Va Rep at Hanover Tavern). Also, Jerry interviews Laine Satterfield and Philip Davidson about the upcoming Cadence production of SMALL…
This week on Curtain Call: Rich Griset, Julinda Lewis and Jerry Williams discuss FENCES (Virginia Rep), THE CAKE (Richmond Triangle Players) & DADDY LONG LEGS (Swift Creek Mill Theatre).
This week on Curtain Call, Rich Griset, Julinda Lewis and Jerry Williams discuss ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD (Quill Theatre), STUPID KID (Firehouse) and HARRIET TUBMAN (VaRep’s Children’s Theatre).
This week on Curtain Call, Claire Boswell and Jerry Williams discuss THE GLASS MENAGERIE (5th Wall) and there’s an interview with Steve Perigard & Rachael Marrs about DADDY LONG LEGS, opening this weekend at Swift Creek Mill Theatre.