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An aviatrix confronts her final stunt in the haunting chamber musical WINGS, directed by Adam B. Ferguson. Performances begin February 2018
Thu Feb 15 @ 7:30pm (preview)
Fri Feb 16 @ 7:30pm (preview)
Sat Feb 17 @ 7:30pm (press opening)
Fri Feb 23 @ 7:30pm
Sat Feb 24 @ 7:30pm
Sun Feb 25 @ 4pm
Thu Mar 1 @ 7:30pm (post perf. talkback)
Fri Mar 2 @ 7:30pm
Sat Mar 3 @ 7:30pm
Thu Mar 8 @ 7:30pm (post perf. talkback)
Fri Mar 9 @ 7:30pm
Sat Mar 10 @ 7:30pm
Tickets $35 - $15
Director Mark Lerman explores the relationship between reality and illusion in Tim Crouch’s AN OAK TREE. Performances begin March 2018
Spin or fact? THE EXTREMISTS, by C.J. Hopkins, directed by Todd Labelle. Spring/summer 2018.
GHOST QUARTET and PRELUDES -- two stunning new musicals by Dave Malloy, creator of the hit Broadway show NATASHA, PIERRE, AND THE GREAT COMET OF 1812. Spring/summer 2018.
FIREHOUSE FRINGE and FIREHOUSE STUDIO projects include Aura Curiatlas Physical Theatre's DREAM LOGIC and A LIFE WITH NO LIMITS (June 2017); a new musical from Dreamers Theater (July 2017); ALICE -- a contemporary new musical based on Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, directed by Adam B. Ferguson – in partnership with TheatreLAB (August 2017); magicians galore; topical new plays based on Richmond headlines by Bo Wilson and Firehouse Working Group; K Dance’s YES! Dance Invitational (December 2017); more Hamiltunes RVA; new work from RVA playwright Doug Jones; Dory Previn’s MARY C. BROWN AND THE HOLLYWOOD SIGN, directed by George Boyd; Lunchtime Theatre; Sam Shepard’s AGES OF THE MOON; Firehouse Radio Players bimonthly productions -- and the 3rd annual performance of WAR OF THE WORLDS (October 2017); storytelling; a follow up to Season 23’s ALBEE FEST focusing on the works of an important playwright or theatrical movement; River City Vaudeville; Marc Blitzstein's THE CRADLE WILL ROCK; 3rd annual Weekend of New Works; Happy Hour Poetry; Firehouse Play Reading Roundtable; Scarlet Starlet’s Burlesque; Directors Projects; live music; and more…