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Filmroasters takes on Roadhouse

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Why Torture is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them

Listening Room RVA

Cinnamon Band, Stolen Sheep, Clint Maul on Tuesday at Listening Room

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The Green Boys, Hope for Agoldensummer, The Great Unknown at Listening Room

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Anousheh Khalili, Miramar, and Bayard Richard next up for Listening Room

The Hot Seats, Russell Lacy, and Dogs on Main Street next up for Listening Room

The next installment of the Listening Room is Tuesday, February 15, features The Hot Seats, Russell Lacy, and Dogs on Main Street, and takes place at the Firehouse Theatre (1609 West Broad Street).

The Low Branches release party

The Low Branches at Firehouse Theater

The Firehouse Theatre Project is proud to present Richmond musical duo The Low Branches on Friday, January 21, 2011 at 8:30 p.m., in celebration of their debut EP release, Sinking, Rising.

Love Kills

There’s a short review of the Firehouse’s Love Kills up over at Richmond Playlist.

One-day deal on Firehouse tickets

Today’s livingsocial deal for Richmond are $12 tickets to see “Love Kills,” “Dog Sees God,” or “Something Intangible” at the Firehouse Theatre Project: When you think of firehouses, visions of musicals, comedies, and animated actors probably don’t come to mind. That’s why we’re sounding the alarm about today’s deal: For just $12 (regularly $25), you’ll […]

Firehouse Theater hosts David O’Shea’s Taxi Stories

David O’Shea’s Taxi Stories runs 2 nights only, Monday and Wednesday (10/4 & 10/6), at the Firehouse Theater.

SketchProv Live! opens Tuesday at Firehouse

The Firehouse Theatre Project proudly presents a new comedy and improvisational troupe, SketchProv Live!, opening Tuesday, Sept. 28.

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at Firehouse

Currently getting rave reviews at the Firehouse Theater: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?.

Firehouse Theater Hails Cab Show

The Firehouse Theatre Project will present “Taxi Stories,” a one-man show in which the author recounts real-life cabbie tales from 1970s and 80s New York City, on Oct. 8 and 9. Performances are scheduled for 8 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 8 and Saturday, Oct. 9. Tickets are $12 for individuals, $10 for season subscribers, and […]

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