Firehouse Theatre Announces Their Upcoming Events
Here's What's Happening:
David Lindsay-Abaire's Rabbit Hole
Opens Thursday, February 26 Winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for Drama
Get tickets now for the third production of The Firehouse Theatre Project's 2008/2009 regular
season, Rabbit Hole by David Lindsay-Abaire opening Thursday, February 26th, and running through Saturday, March 21.
Directed by Daniel Moore and featuring Jennifer Massey and Ben Baker as married couple Becca and Howie Corbett; and with Linda Beringer, Jacob Pennington and Marta Rainer in supporting roles.
Post-show reception provided by Davis and Main and Aziza's on Main.
Learn more and purchase tickets here (click here).
See you at the show!
Save the Date - The Fire
Ball Returns March 28!
Grab your flapper and racoon coat and crank up the
jalopy! The annual Firehouse Fireball benefit
returns Saturday March 28, inspired by "The
Good Old Days"!
This year, the Firehouse takes you back in time to the Roaring Twenties - Speakeasy Style - complete with sexy flapper girls, hot hooch, and live and silent auctions!
Dance your dogs n' gams off to live music and toss back a glass of "Recession Red" or a "Bathtub-Gin-tini" from our Bootleg Bar. Later, enjoy performances featuring singers from the upcoming Great American Trailer Park Musical and Susan Gardner's Queens of Burlesque dancers!
Prizes awarded for most inspired fashion
statement - Oh You Kid!
Tickets sold at Recession-proof prices! $50 single/ $75 a pair. Prices include music, food, open bar, entertainment, live and silent auctions. It's the Cat's Pajamas! Stay tuned for more details and sponsorship opportunities, or call 355-2001 for more information.
Learn the Art of Burlesque!
"Six Weeks in the Sugar Shack: Burlesque
Workshop Series" with instructor and burlesque queen Sue Gardner starts March 2 and ends with a recital on April 6. No experience, but plenty of spirit, required. Unsure what burlesque is? According to Brandon Reynolds of StyleWeekly, burlesque "involves pretty ladies in elaborate, though often minimal, costumes performing a kind of theater that winks or scoffs at the culture, modernizes vaudeville and balances on one sparkly stiletto heel between innocence and extreme naughtiness."
About The Firehouse Theatre Project:
The Firehouse Theatre Project, a non-profit theatre company, was founded in 1993 to present important
contemporary American theatre pieces with an emphasis on plays not previously produced in the
metropolitan Richmond area. The company, which is under the direction of Carol Piersol, Founding Artistic Director, is housed in the former Richmond Fire Station #10 at 1609 West Broad Street.
For more information about the Firehouse Theatre
Project or its regular season, please call 804.355.2001 or visit the
The Firehouse Theatre
Firehouse Theatre Project | 1609 West Broad Street | Richmond | VA | 23220