With only four plays remaining in the season, Shafer Alliance Laboratory Theatre on March 28 will present “Madame de Sade,” a modern Japanese man’s imagination of life in Paris before the French Revolution.
The silver screen has given way to the digital screen in the modern age of technology, but Richmond’s Grace Street Theater gives the community a chance to see films in their original 35mm form.
Set in a mental hospital in the 1960s, the Theatre VCU adaptation of Ken Kesey’s novel “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” celebrates the individual and questions the man with witty jokes filled in between.
This weekend marked the opening of VCU’s Mainstage production of “Grease,” and it was a spectacle to say the least.
Encompassing brilliant acting and keen character direction, the female cast production of “Shakespeare’s R&J” falls short of a great production in its inability to merge the setting of the adaptation of the classic “Romeo and Juliet” with the content of the play itself.