by Jonathan Tolins
Directed by Dawn A. Westbrook
featuring Daniel Cimo
Alex More has a story to tell. A struggling actor in L.A., he takes a job working in the Malibu basement of a beloved megastar. One day, the Lady Herself comes downstairs to play. It feels like real bonding in the basement, but will their relationship ever make it upstairs?
Buyer & Cellar is an outrageous comedy about the price of fame, the cost of things, and the oddest of odd jobs. A fantasy inspired by Barbra Streisand’s book My Passion for Design.
“Fantastically funny!” – The New York Post. Winner Drama Desk Award and Lucille Lortel Award. Get Tickets
starring Jeffrey Johnson
with Jefferson Farber and Zack Ford
Monday, October 19, 2015, 8 pm
"Little Edie" Beale, of GREY GARDENS fame, performed a cabaret act at Reno Sweeney Nightclub in New York City over the New Years week of 1978…this is that act.
This act WOWED Richmond last year and we are thrilled to bring it back again!
Gerald Duval, Edie's producer during the time of her appearance at Reno Sweeney has re-created the essence of those seven magical nights into one 75 minute show using dialogue, songs, and text from the historic event resulting in a not-to-be-missed, intimate evening of theatre.
Enjoy, experience, and witness what happened when Edie Beale was LIVE at Reno Sweeney.
Free Film Screening
Sunday, October 11, 6 pm
Admission is Free, but Reservations Are Requested
With wit, grace, and attitude, a diverse troupe of LGBTQ youth transforms their personal struggles into theater for social change—starting with a simple and surprising kiss in the first act.
The Year We Thought About Love is a 68 minute documentary film which celebrates the powerful work of a Boston LGBTQ troupe, True Colors: OUT Youth Theater, as they write a play about love.
The power of BEING OUT may be the queer community’s greatest contribution to all of us. Learning how to be true to oneself is often the first step to personal liberation and political change. Our film highlights the rehearsal room of True Colors, which brings actors together across race, ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, and gender identity to explore OUTNESS. Shot in vérité style with no narration, the The Year We Thought About Love amplifies the voices of a diverse group of young people who help us reconsider the power of living a life honestly and out loud.
After the screening, meet the staff and artists who are SPECTRUM, the LGBTQ Youth Program sponsored by Richmond Triangle Players and TheatreLAB, and find out how you can be involved!