Geoffrey Nauft’s “Next Fall”, a 2010 Tony nominee for Best Play, will had its Virginia premiere on Feb. 22 at Richmond Triangle Players and will run Thursday through Saturday evenings at 8:00 p.m. through March 18.
The play tells of the relationship between two men, one, Luke, devoutly religious and the other, Adam, an atheist, their five-year relationship, and how Adam is forced to turn to Luke’s family after an unforeseen accident.
The Richmond Triangle Players production will be directed by Anna Johnson, artistic director of Cadence Theatre Company, and will feature Off-Off Broadway and TV veteran Chris O’Neill as Adam and Denis Riva of the Barksdale Theatre’s production of Boeing, Boeing as Luke.
Tickets $25 for Opening Night, Fridays and Saturdays, $20 for Thursdays and Sundays and $15 for the Public Preview, and can be purchased through Richmond Triangle Players’ web site.
Tonight at 5:30 pm across the country, an estimated 700 theaters will participate in an event called The Ghostlight Project. On the eve of the 45th Presidential inauguration, ranging from Broadway to regional academic or community theaters, people will gather to symbolically create light for what they perceive as dark times ahead. Theaters like Virginia [...]