Spark creativity and playfulness in a supportive environment using a series of fun games and exercises that benefit actors and non-actors alike.
Explore the games and techniques of a type of theater that aims to inspire social transformation and deepen our connection to others.
PVCC’s series for spoken-word artists offers a chance to stand up and be heard while enjoying the work of others with a mix of talents and styles.
Aaron Eichorst, Nancy Bass, Ailey Greig
Acclaimed actor, playwright, and director John Hardy’s one-man play, in which he distinctly embodies all 16 characters, is a groundbreaking creation with a brilliantly written original script.
A team of brilliant African-American women provide NASA with important mathematical data needed to launch the program's first successful space missions.
Celebrating four significant African-American women, this fusion of chamber music and theater is a joyful exploration of the trials and triumphs of their lives.
Join the PVCC music faculty for an afternoon of vocal and instrumental music.
The Richmond Ballet offers a perfect balance of new works and classical ballet in their programs.
After the sudden death of his brother, Lee (Casey Affleck) is named legal guardian of his nephew and returns to his hometown to reckon with his ex-wife and the community.
"There was a cabaret, and there was a master of ceremonies. And there was a city called Berlin, in a country called Germany. And it was the end of the world.” ("Willkommen," Reprise).
Featuring the best and brightest works by student artists along with decadent amounts of chocolate, this opening reception is one of PVCC’s most popular throughout the year.
The undisputed master of folk music brings his expansive talent to the Main Stage Theatre.
PVCC’s "Fourth Fridays Improv" workshop participants have been sharpening their skills to bring you this night of improvised theater magic.
Audiences of all ages will enjoy the repertoire of this annual event.