Category: Arts and Entertainment
Lush-Rodriguez says the inspiration for her pieces often strikes her in dreams.
By MADISON BROWN Fredericksburg Today Elizabeth “Skeeter” Scheid describes her artwork as “not pretty, but playful.” She creates fairy dolls and tree sculptures out of mixed fibers at Artful Dimensions Gallery on Caroline Street. “Blue Fairy …
Patrick A’Hearn with previews upcoming shows (Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner with Joyce DeWitt) and talks about Nunsense with Sally Struthers.
“It’s almost died out,” Hsi-Mei Yates says of her art. Hsi-Mei creates watercolor paintings with a technique called Chinese brush painting. It is one of the oldest art traditions still in practice, with its origin traced to the Zhou dynasty. The techn …
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The Fredericksburg Theatre Ensemble presents Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike May 20, 21, 22, and the 27, 28, 29th at 810 Caroline Street-4th floor.
Sally Struthers joined Ted Schubel to talk about her role in the upcoming production at the Riverside Center for the Performing Arts. Nunsense-The Musical-runs May 18-July 10.
First Acts of the Season to Include Kenny G, Hinder & Buckcherry, and comedian Jeff Dunham
Producing Artistic Director Patrick A’Hearn talks about community reaction to Camelot (thru May 8th) and Sally Struthers making a return to the region and the Riverside stage with Nunsense beginning May 18th.
Here were the winners of the Chamber awards
Camelot at the Riverside, March 16-May 8. Patrick A’Hearn, Christopher Sanders and Quinn Vogt-Welch. It’s the story and show you know, but shorter and relevant to today.
New show stats at Sunken Well March 10.