The free performance runs October 8th through 11th.
Cadence Theatre Company’s next play will feature a unique set piece: the Byrd Theatre.
Richmond’s favorite movie palace will play a starring role in Cadence’s production of Pulitzer Prize-winning dramatic comedy “The Flick,” written by Annie Baker. The play concerns three employees who work at one of the last remaining 35 mm movie theaters in Massachusetts. Tickets for the play’s four-day run (Oct. 8-11) are free.
“The Flick” is the first show of Cadence’s new Sitelines initiative, which aims to stage theater in non-traditional spaces. Cadence artistic director Anna Johnson says the idea sprang from a magazine article and a board member who was doing similar work in New York.