Performance artists of all genres call Dogtown Dance Theatre their home. The culmination of hard work, rehearsals and countless hours dedicated to their artistry, the performers that appear on our stage keep Dogtown Dance Theatre's mission alive. Check back often to see what is happening on the Dogtown Mainstage Theatre.
All purchased tickets are non-refundable once patrons have entered the theatre.
Chamberlayne Actors Theatre Presents:
A Hotel at Marvin Gardens by Nagle Jackson
Friday & Saturday - February 4 & 5, 11 & 12, 2022
Sunday Matinee - February 6, 2022
Friday & Saturday 8PM
Sunday Matinee 2:30 PM
$24.00 General Admission
Each April Fool's Day, K.C., the powerful owner of ME, a magazine blatantly devoted to "self-help, self-promotion and self-gratification," holds a marathon Monopoly game party at her island retreat in Long Island Sound. This year, the game players are K.C. herself, her obedient lover and publisher Bo, the magazine's emotional, about-to-be-fired editor Henry and the magazine's eccentric new restaurant critic Erna. As the Monopoly game progresses, the four players engage in a real-life struggle for position and power that mirrors their game tactics. By play's end, K.C. may win her board game - she must - even if she's a loser in the game of life.
Jane Franklin Dance Presents: HERE
Saturday - March 12, 2022
$20 General Admission
$15 children, students, military discounts
Jane Franklin Dances presents HERE: New works share a leitmotif of optimism for improving our footprint on the planet and in connection with one another. Experience the real, personal journeys of the people and ecosystems in our midst in an exciting evening of dance performed by some of the DMV’s finest movement artists. Experience new and recent works by Krystal Collins, Jane Franklin, Horizon Miguel, Robert J. Priore.
Virginia Black Dance Festival
Saturday, March 19, 2022
Classes and Workshops 9AM to 4PM
Check in starts at 8:45AM
Performance at 7PM
Doors open at 6:30PM
$65 Full Event Early registration until February 4, 2022
$70 Full Event Registration after February 3, 2022
Includes all classes, panel discussion, and performance.
$15 Students, Senior Citizens & Military Performance only
$10 (per class) A la carte classes and workshops
Virginia Black Dance Festival provides community building and networking opportunities for members of the Black, Indigenous, and Afro Latina dance community in Virginia. With workshops and performances that highlight the diversity of dance genres cultivated as part of Black Dance culture in the diaspora, it honors the traditions of multigenerational dance performance and practice. VBDF accomplishes this through workshops, panel discussions, professional workshops as well as juried, showcase performances.
A full day of dance with classes, workshops, panel discussion and performances with Black Dance professionals rooted in Virginia.
Support for this event is provided in part by:
The Boost Investment Fund at the Community Foundation for a Greater Richmond
For questions about this event please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
2022 RVA Burlesque Festival
March 25th and March 26th
Doors Open: 7:00 PM
Show Time: 8:00 PM
TICKETS: (For audiences 18+)
$70 VIP weekender pass (poster, raffle ticket, reserved front row seat both night)
$45 General Admission weekender pass (admission both nights)
$25 General Admission for one night. $30 at the door
The inaugural RVA Burlesque Festival is a 2-day event. The festival will feature burlesque performers from across the US and Canada, as well as some local RVA favorites with different acts and performers each night!
This event is dedicated to celebrating the art of burlesque. We strive to cultivate awareness while continuing the support of our thriving burlesque and performing arts community in Richmond, VA. Our weekend of entertainment will promote our values of artistic expression, inclusivity, diversity, and empowerment.