Join Henley Street Theatre and Richmond Shakespeare for their Historical Play Reading Series at Monumental Church on January 20, 2015.
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No indoor events to keep you from the humidity this weekend, sorry, but one of this week’s 5 Things involves being submerged in water, so that’s close, right? Shakespeare, records, food, pigs, and of course…alcohol.
I have reached deep into the murky waters of the event pool and produced this careful assortment of sparkling gems—a hilarious play, a beautiful sight, a thought-provoking conference, a collaborative storytelling craft circle, and a one-of-a-kind performance. All you have to do is show up.
Sit down. Take a deep breath. Then call every single one of your friends, because you have a trillion things to do this weekend, and it’s all about to start in just a few hours.
This year, the Shakespeare Festival starts with a bang thanks to refreshingly clever direction and talented comedic performances. See The Comedy of Errors at Agecroft, and go home happy.
Like plays by Oscar Wilde and William Shakespeare? Then you, my friend, are in for a good time.
Two of the city’s theatrical companies have announced that they will merge, effective next year.
Which of you doubting Thomases thought we couldn’t pull together a FOURTH weekend of insanely worthwhile holiday cheer!? Pssht.
Yes, Independence Day is over for another year. No, that doesn’t mean you’re entitled to a weekend of loafing around.