The Richmond Triangle Players give on of their offerings to the Tennessee Williams Centennial Celebration. The play follows the beautiful Catharine Holly who has been confined to a mental hospital for insisting on telling the story of exactly what killed her shy, handsome cousin Sebastian so suddenly last summer when they were on vacation at the coastal town of Cabeza de Lobo. For tickets and showtimes, visit http://rtriangle.org.
A BBQ festival returns to Church Hill after hiatus. Some of Richmond’s top pig-pickin’ legends and lots of live music fill Libby Hill Park from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. For more information, visit http://hogtober.com.
The singer-songwriter brings her talent back to the Gay Community Center of Richmond with songs from her most recent release Change Your Mind. Tickets from $8. For more information, visit http://gayrichmond.com.
Capital Ale House goes bigger with their annual offering combining the Oktoberfest from all three locations into a block party outside their Downtown Main Street location. Expect beer, brats, and more from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. followed by even more party inside until 1:30 a.m. Free.
Join the Richmond Triangle Players for this staged reading as part of the Tennessee Williams Centennial Celebration. Set in a dilapidated boarding house in the late 1930s in New Orleans’ French Quarter, this highly autobiographical work follows a nameless, newly-transplanted, innocent, aspiring writer who is struggling with his literary career, poverty, loneliness, homosexuality, and illness. For more, visit http://rtriangle.org.
NERVE: Stories of Queer Resilience started out as a passion project for many involved, but has ended up as nothing short of inspiring. The project is a collaboration between Richmond Triangle Players, TheatreLAB, the Virginia Anti-Violence Project, and other members of the community. With a style described by the director, Melissa Reyford, as similar to [...]