“Those who can ask without shame are viewing themselves in collaboration with—rather than in competition with—the world.” The Art of Asking, Amanda Palmer I just got back from a much-needed weeklong vacation with my boyfriend. The weather was perfect, the location was perfect, the time we spent relaxing and having our phones in the “off” position was also absolutely perfect. This past year was extremely exciting for a lot of reasons, but to be truly transparent, it was also
Dim blue light filled the house. The sound of a sold-out audience faded into silent expectation. It was time. 9 weeks of hard work, 40+ hours of class, and 1 dream was about to come to fruition on the Richmond Triangle Players’ stage. One week ago today, SPECTRUM’s first season debuted Let Her Liv* an original piece of devised theatre with heart, laughs, and an undeniable message of youth advocacy for the queer community. 9 weeks, 40+ hours and 1 dream ago no one imagined how
Good day, LABlog readers!
We are barely three weeks into 2015 and it is already proving that it will be an incredibly
exciting year for Richmond. Development projects of all kinds continue to pop up all over town, and those started in the past year continue to barrel forward: the Quirk boutique hotel is slated to open later this year just down the street from us, revitalization efforts for the Central National Bank building and the historic Main Street Station Shed continu
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2014 was a year that all of us at TheatreLAB will