Henrico County entertainment

Henrico Theatre to present fourth season of ‘Henrico Live’

The fourth season of "Henrico Live" at Henrico Theatre in Highland Springs will feature 14 shows – from country music to jazz, one-man theatre to full theatrical performances – between September and May. The theatre announced the scheduled earlier this month.

The theatre also announced new options for season tickets, through which patrons may choose which performances they wish to include with their season tickets and save more money as they include more shows.
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Reynolds to host ‘The 4 Seasons’ art exhibit

The Conference Center Gallery in the Workforce Development and Conference Center on the Reynolds Community College’s Parham Road Campus will host Kimberly Henley Miller’s art collection "The 4 Seasons" beginning May 30. The exhibition includes more than 34 pieces and will be on display through Aug. 3.

After taking a painting class, Miller became passionate in the pursuit of developing her own voice - the fascination of the interplay of color and forms to reveal patterns, shapes and illusions of images from nature. With no central focal point in her paintings, Miller’s design gives a balance to the composition, while allowing the viewer to move freely throughout the painting.
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Center for the Arts at Henrico H.S. to present 2017 Visual Art Senior Show

The Center for the Arts at Henrico High School will present its 2017 Visual Art Senior Show May 26 at Art Works, 320 Hull Street in Richmond, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Admission is free.
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Henrico’s Rayvon Owen among headliners at Live Art June 11

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Richmonder Rayvon Owen and SPARC alumnus Jason Mraz top the list of nationally known recording artists who will be joined onstage by 200 SPARC students with and without disabilities at “Live Art: Dream” June 11 at 5 p.m. at Altria Theater.

Live Art is the inclusive program, now in its fifth year, for students with and without disabilities created by School of the Performing Arts in the Richmond Community (SPARC). Working together in a variety of visual and performing arts classes for one year, students with a range of disabilities alongside typically developing students, rehearse their performances while building relationships and understanding of one another using SPARC’s unique ACE (acceptance, compassion, and empathy) curriculum.
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CAT Theatre announces 54th season, calls for directors and designers

Audiences can expect comedy, drama, mystery and everything in between in CAT Theatre’s 54th season, which will kick off in September with a Sherlock Holmes mystery by Ken Ludwig.

Playing Sept. 1 through Oct. 16, Baskerville transforms Arthur Conan Doyle's classic The Hound of the Baskervilles into a murderously funny adventure, with Sherlock Holmes on the hunt for a killer as male heirs of the Baskerville line are being dispatched one by one.
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Eleone Dance Theatre to perform twice this month

The Eleone Dance Theatre will perform Wednesday, April 19 at 7 p.m. and Thursday, April 20 at 10 a.m. at The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen, 2880 Mountain Road. Hailing from Philadelphia, this exhilarating and “soul-stirring” dance company goes beyond the traditional dance performance to deliver an experience designed to inspire and energize audiences and dance fans of all ages. The company has a diverse repertoire of works that are contemporary, modern, spiritual, rhythm and blues, African, as well as hip-hop in theme.
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CAT Theatre to present ‘When There’s A Will’

CAT Theatre and When There’s A Will director Ann Davis recently announced the cast for the dark comedy which will be performed May 26 through June 3.

The play centers around a family gathering commanded by the matriarch, Dolores, to address their unhappiness with Grandmother’s hold on the clan’s inheritance and her unreasonable demands on her family.

Pat Walker will play the part of Dolores Whitmore, with Graham and Florine Whitmore played by Brent Deekens and Brandy Samberg, respectively.
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‘NuYoRican’ tells overlooked story of migration

When most folks think of the Great Migration, they think of the six million African Americans who journeyed from the rural south to the industrial cities of the Northeast, West and Midwest beginning at the turn of the 20th century. But there was another Great Migration that took place during the 1950s that is not as well known.

It is the migration of Puerto Ricans to the United States after their island was declared a U.S. protectorate following World War II. Many of them settled in New York, bringing their history and culture to a new land where they faced hardships and triumphs.
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Three-Penny Theatre to present ‘Hunchback of Notre Dame’

Three-Penny Theatre will present “The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” a new play adapted from Victor Hugo’s classic novel, at 7 p.m. Mar. 10 and at 2:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Mar. 11 at The Gayton Kirk Presbyterian Church.

Set in and around Notre Dame Cathedral, the story explores the place where human emotions but up against organized religion and faith.
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