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November Theatre at Virginia Rep Center: Disney's Beauty and the Beast; In the Heights
Theatre Gym at Virginia Rep Center: Rabbit Hole
Hanover Tavern: Da
Willow Lawn: The Little Engine that Could
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Featuring an ensemble of talented young actors, catchy tunes, and
energetic dance numbers, this Tony-nominated musical re-imagines
young Ralphie’s quest for the perfect Christmas gift. Both sharply clever
and sentimental, A Christmas Story is nostalgic, quirky, holiday fun.
Suggested for ages 8 and up. Mild adult language. 2 hours 15 minutes
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Nominated for Four Tony Awards in 2015
Lisa D’Amour, a fifth-generation New Orleans native, creates an intimate
perspective on The Big Easy and its outcasts. In the parking lot of the
Hummingbird Motel, friends gather to pay their last respects to Miss Ruby,
an iconic burlesque queen. Echoing the spontaneity and rich texture
of jazz, this gritty comedy celebrates unpolished New Orleans and the
colorful, fractured characters that define the city’s spirit.
The timeless fairytale musical returns to
the November Theatre for the first time
since it was staged in 2006. The magic of
Beauty and the Beast will charm children
and adults alike.
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All seating is the same price
This fascinating story of Richmond native Jones
Morgan, one of the original Buffalo Soldiers, was
selected by the Pentagon as a morale booster after
9/11, becoming the first professional play in history
to be performed within the Pentagon’s walls.
The ladies of the Charitable Sisterhood are at it again —
this time putting their good works behind the Christmas
Spectacular. Richmond playwright, Bo Wilson, reunites
four of the original cast members and once again
entertains us with this hilarious sequel to Charitable
Sisterhood of the Second Trinity Victory Church.
Upon meeting his recently departed
father’s ghost, Charlie must confront
the complexities of his childhood. Irish
playwright Hugh Leonard has created a
wrenching yet funny story about family
and relationships. Winner of the 1978
Tony Award for Best Play.
Richmond writer David L. Robbins’ critically acclaimed novel is adapted
for the stage. In the final days of World War II, the race to conquer
Berlin is on. Robbins takes us into the heat of battle, awaiting the fated,
terrifying collision between Stalin’s army and Berlin’s civilian population.
The End of War examines the choices we make for ourselves, and for
each other, when persecution is on our doorstep.
"Brought to life... with stunning detail
Top-notch acting from every cast member
Director Nathaniel Shaw expertly weaves the narrative threads"
Winner of Four Tony Awards
Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator of the current smash hit Hamilton, brings New
York City’s Washington Heights to life in his first groundbreaking work. With
spirited characters, pulsing choreography, and an award winning Latin-
hip-hop-infused score, In the Heights won 4 Tony Awards in 2008, including
Best Musical, and was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2009.
Previews October 20 and 21
Elias and Jenny, a young couple struggling to stay together, arrive at a
bed and breakfast in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, the week after
Thanksgiving. Met by a cheerful innkeeper, and surrounded by
thousands of watchful inanimate objects, the two search for
connection in lives heavy with loneliness. One of TIME Magazine's top
ten plays of 2015, John intertwines the natural and the supernatural in a haunting meditation on life and love.
Junie B. Jones is a spunky 6-year-old who
sings and dances her way through the
adventures of first grade with the help of
her “top secret personal beeswax journal.”
The Little Engine that Could is a classic story of optimism and hard work that will delight young theatre-goers. Based on the 1906 sermon by Reverend Charles S. Wing, children will follow along with the little locomotive as he bravely puffs faster and faster “I think I can, I think I can”.
Length: 1 hour
Suggested for ages 3 and up.
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Previews April 27 and 28
Becca and Howie Corbett have everything a family could want, until a
life-shattering accident turns their world upside down and leaves the
couple drifting perilously apart. Rabbit Hole charts their bittersweet
search for comfort in the darkest of places and for a path that will
lead them back into the light of day.
Suggested for ages 13 and up. Mild Sexual Content. One hour and ten minutes with no intermission.
Ever, an awkward professor with Asperger’s Syndrome,
seeks dancing lessons from his neighbor, Senga, an out of
commission Broadway dancer. As the unlikely relationship
unfolds, the two make hilarious and heartwarming
discoveries about themselves and each other.
Previews February 16 and 17
Violet tells the story of a young woman’s quest for beauty amidst the image-obsessed landscape of the 1960s. Facially disfigured in a childhood accident, Violet dreams of a miraculous transformation through the power of faith. Convinced that a televangelist in Oklahoma can heal her, she hops a Greyhound bus and starts the journey of a lifetime.
Recommended for ages 13 and up. Contains some adult language.
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