Jurassic RVA

The Science Museum’s new T. rex exhibition wows kids and adults alike.

Classical Cohesion

The new VCU Engineering Research building provides architectural reminders of some classics.

Finding Closure

Former VCU sculpture students get a do-over for their senior projects at the Branch Museum of Architecture and Design.

Suspended Moments

Photographer Alex Nyerges’ “Fleeting Light” at the new Reynolds Gallery location is filled with magical and beautiful unknowns.

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Organic Convergence

Keyboardist Curt Sydnor finds new harmony in return to Central Virginia.

Toast of the Town

Butcher Brown celebrates a string of hard-earned victories as headliner at the final Friday Cheers concert of 2021.

A Natural Journey

Virginia legend Bruce Hornsby looks back on his career, working with Spike Lee and his musical goals.

Living in America

Prabir Mehta explores his immigrant roots on all-star band’s debut album, “Haanji.”

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Don’t Sleep

Halfway through the year, our film critic looks at his favorite movies so far.

Hidden in Plain Sight

A new documentary contextualizes Anthony Bourdain’s TV shows as unintentional expressions of their star’s misery.


German director Christian Petzold’s quiet new film “Undine” gets under your skin.

Bring on the Blockbusters

A film critic returns to proper moviegoing with some (mostly lacking) horror titles.

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A Better Friends Reunion

For those who fondly remember Best Friends Day, now there’s a yearbook of wild photographic memories.

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Expressionist Theater

In Richmond Triangle Players’ “The Pink Unicorn,” a local director brings her personal experience to a transgender story.

A Triumphant Return

The Richmond Shakespeare Festival returns to Agecroft Hall with a pair of outdoor comedies.

Behind Blue Eyes

Virginia Rep’s “Ella and Her Fella Frank” imagines a heavenly pairing.

Nature Boy

World premiere of Andrew Gall’s “Walled In” at Firehouse explores a toxic person’s dawning appreciation of Thoreau.

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Studio Blog

  • The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen announces 2021-2022 season

    The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen announces 2021-2022 season

    To include indoor and outdoor performances.
    • Jul 21, 2021
  • PICK – The Conciliation Lab’s "BlackList"

    PICK – The Conciliation Lab’s "BlackList"

    A celebration of Black voices in American theater on July 10 and 11.
    • Jul 3, 2021
  • Richmond Folk Fest announces first round of artists

    Richmond Folk Fest announces first round of artists

    Large outdoor festival returns Oct. 8-10.
    • Jun 30, 2021
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