Firehouse Theatre Project proudly serves the Greater Richmond area, as well as Central Virginia, with a specific emphasis on residents of the Fan/VCU Area and Downtown. Regular patrons draw from the surrounding counties of Chesterfield, Hanover, Henrico, Powhatan, and Goochland, as well as from Williamsburg, Virginia Beach and Northern Virginia.
productions include Classical Revolution RVA; Nocte Covina Burlesque; comedian Lucas
Bohn; Raymond Goode’s THROUGH THEIR EYES; Nu Puppis’
deconstruction of the classic American musical SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS; the Weinstein
JCC’s Jewish Family Theatre’s Second Stage Theatre in residence with
performances of LES MISERABLES: School Edition; K Dance’s YES! DANCE INVITATIONAL; The Big Burly Project will revive
BRAVELY BARE and will premiere their new
burlesque musical BARE IN THE WOODS.
Some of this season's most popular Fringe series will return next season such
as bi-monthly performances by Firehouse Radio Players – including their annual
production of WAR OF THE WORLDS; RANT
storytelling; THE PORCH folk/heritage music; Words on Fire: Happy Hour Poetry; Firehouse Play Reading Roundtable curated by
Janet B. Rodgers; IBM* Magic (*International Brotherhood of Magicians, Ring
180); Lunchtime Theatre with the Not Ready for Dinner Players; and Starlet
Knight’s Cabaret starring Anthony Dowd; and RED HOT PATRIOT: The Kick Ass Wit of Molly Ivins.
Fringe programs in development for next season include three interconnected new
one acts by Bo Wilson titled FOOD CLOTHING AND SHELTER as part of his yearlong
residency; an immersive/interactive dance marathon production; THE PARISH
– a music/storytelling series with church choirs; and THE PANTRY – a live
cooking competition series. Specific schedules and more information for
Firehouse Fringe events will be posted on our website as soon as they are
The Studio is our incubator
for new work, where artists and makers of all kinds can investigate, explore,
test, and exercise their creative imaginations. Work-in-progress showings and
post-performance talkbacks are part of the Studio process. Next season's
Firehouse Studio includes a Directors Project Festival featuring work by
Brandon Bruce, Jeff Clevenger, and Kelsey Schneider, and a new play that Bo
Wilson will develop as part of his yearlong residency. Other Studio projects
will be added in the coming months and information will be posted on our
we are in the process of developing metrics to evaluate program.
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