Weeklies: Mar 26

Wed, Mar 28, 7:30pm: A gender-reversed take on Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing at the Firehouse Theatre, directed by Billy Christopher Maupin.

Wed, Mar 28, 6-8pm: 1708 Gallery presents Dive Into Collecting, with John Ravenal, the Royalls and more, at Try-me.

Thurs, Mar 29, 6:30-7:30pm: Tattoo artist, Amy Black, and Lee Anne Chesterfield, Assistant Curator of Ancient American Art, meet up for a conversation on The Art of Tattoo, at VMFA.

Thurs, Mar 29, 8pm: Richmond Triangle Players opening performance of Stupid Kids, by John C. Russell.

Thurs, Mar 29 – Sun, Apr 1: The annual French Film Festival!.

Fri, Mar 30, 8pm: Virginia Opera presents The Mikado, a Gilbert and Sullivan comedic opera, at CenterStage.

Sat, Mar 31: The exhibition, Making History: 20th Century African American Art, opens at VMFA.

Sat, Mar 31, 10am-11:06pm: 13.1, A Writer’s Marathon, takes place at Chop Suey Books, with workshops and readings and fun, sponsored by Richmond Young Writers.

Richmond Ballet’s Studio 3 is still going on Wed the 28th through Sun, Apr 1.

 

“Weeklies” is posted every Monday to highlight Arts events for the week.

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