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  1. Feb
    27
    Fri

    1. Twain’s Tales
      10:15 am – 11:15 am

      Five stories by the master American Storyteller! It’s the late 1800’s, some local characters have gathered on the front porch of the General Store to see who can tell the tallest tale. “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County”, “Science vs. Luck’, ant three other tales are told in “story theatre” style. Great fun for a wide range of students! Feb 9 – March 5, 2015 Grades 3-6 Theatre tickets $8.75 Add $2.00 for lunch (approximately 65 minutes) Call to make reservations: (804)748-5203

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      10:15 am
      Twain’s Tales
    2. Those Harvey Girls
      2:30 pm – 4:30 pm
      Those Harvey Girls

      Those Harvey Girls

      Tickets start at 41.25 for Theatre Only and 59.15 for Buffet and Theatre. Senior, Student, and Military discounts are available. Lunch doors open 12:30PM and Theatre doors open at 2:00PM. Various Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday dates. Show is approximately 2 hours. Various Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sunday. Evening shows are available. The Harvey sisters bring their rare gift to the stage, with sounds that transcend gender, race, and religion. This all-new show highlights three young girls growing up in rural, 1960’s Virginia, sharing their spirit through song. The sisters have a unique perspective on the challenges and triumphs that have made them who they are today, and through it all, they have kept their faith and kept on singing. Featuring Gospel Music legend Cora Harvey Armstrong in her third starring role on the Mill stage.

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      2:30 pm
      Those Harvey Girls
    3. ‘Subtle Reality’ Opening Reception
      5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

      Subtle Reality

      New Work by Artist Christaphora Robeers

      Exhibit | January 8 – February 28, 2015

       

      Mixed Media, Oil Paintings, Bronze Sculptures, and Monoprints

       

      Opening Reception: Thursday, January 8th 5:30-8 PM

      Join us for an evening of fine art! At the reception you will learn more about the artist during her “Artist Talk” and live demonstration. Christaphora Robeers, a native of the Netherlands, currently lives in Richmond, Virginia. Among her many endeavors, she has taught workshops at Monet’s Garden in Giverny, France, Aux-en-Provence in France where Cezanne had his studio, the fjord region in Norway, the highlands of Scotland, England, and Italy. Christaphora has been an artist in education member for the Virginia Commission for the Arts for twenty years. Locally, Christaphora has taught many studio art programs for students gifted in the visual arts.

       

      Contact Gallery Flux for more information, 804-752-3540.

      Tuesday – Friday 11AM-6PM

      Saturday 11AM-4PM

      Sunday 12-4PM

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      5:30 pm
      ‘Subtle Reality’ Opening Reception
    4. Those Harvey Girls
      8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
      Those Harvey Girls

      Those Harvey Girls

      Tickets start at 41.25 for Theatre Only and 59.15 for Buffet and Theatre. Senior, Student, and Military discounts are available. Lunch doors open 12:30PM and Theatre doors open at 2:00PM. Various Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday dates. Show is approximately 2 hours. Various Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sunday. Evening shows are available. The Harvey sisters bring their rare gift to the stage, with sounds that transcend gender, race, and religion. This all-new show highlights three young girls growing up in rural, 1960’s Virginia, sharing their spirit through song. The sisters have a unique perspective on the challenges and triumphs that have made them who they are today, and through it all, they have kept their faith and kept on singing. Featuring Gospel Music legend Cora Harvey Armstrong in her third starring role on the Mill stage.

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      8:00 pm
      Those Harvey Girls
  2. Feb
    28
    Sat

    1. Those Harvey Girls
      10:15 am – 11:45 am
      Those Harvey Girls

      Those Harvey Girls

      Our full-length production of this world-premiere musical tells the story of three African-American sisters who began singing together as small children and rose to prominence as one of Virginia’s most well-known Gospel-singing groups, “The Harvey Girls.” Their stories will entertain, amuse and enlighten, and their music will raise the roof. Only two student performances, so reserve your seats early!

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      10:15 am
      Those Harvey Girls
    2. Twain’s Tales
      10:15 am – 11:15 am

      Five stories by the master American Storyteller! It’s the late 1800’s, some local characters have gathered on the front porch of the General Store to see who can tell the tallest tale. “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County”, “Science vs. Luck’, ant three other tales are told in “story theatre” style. Great fun for a wide range of students! Feb 9 – March 5, 2015 Grades 3-6 Theatre tickets $8.75 Add $2.00 for lunch (approximately 65 minutes) Call to make reservations: (804)748-5203

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      10:15 am
      Twain’s Tales
    3. “Colors: Bangin’ in South Carolina” will be showcased at the Richmond International Film Festival
      12:30 pm – 2:00 pm

      “Colors: Bangin’ in South Carolina” will be showcased at the Richmond International Film Festival (RIFF) Feb 28, 2015 at 12:30 pm. The film will be shown at the Virginia Historical Society in Richmond Virginia. RIFF is an inclusive and spirited festival designed to honor international film artists. Former Monacan High School student “Terry Davis” makes movie about gangs in Richmond and their connection to gangs in South Carolina. “COLORS: Bangin’ in South Carolina” explores the gang epidemic that plagued east coast from New York to South Carolina. From 2000-2010 Gang Violence was at an all-time high ranking South Carolina 1st in Violent Crime for 10 years in a row. After becoming a Crip in 1999, Terry Davis became the leader of the Insane Crips by 2003. By 2004, Insane Crips were one of the largest gangs in South Carolina. Later in 2004, Terry moved to Richmond and began running with the Hoover Crips. The Hoover Criminals (formerly Crips) taught Terry everything about Crips in Los Angeles. When he returned to South Carolina to spread his new found the knowledge the streets turned on him. The Insane Crips began to go to war with other Crips and in a short time went from being one of the largest gangs in the state to being outnumbered 3 to 1. The state of SC would be plagued with gangwars over this for the next 3 years. In 2007, the FBI and State legislatures stepped in and to this day has busted hundreds of gang members because of the federal law introduced called “The Gang Law”. In 2008, Terry left the gang and 6 years later he made a movie about his experiences that range from tales of violence, betrayal, death, and redemption. In 2010, he got a college degree in mass communications at University of South Carolina(A) and in 2011 went to film graduate school in New York City. In 2013, Terry interned and acted in Spike Lee’s latest movie “Da Sweet Blood of Jesus” In 2014, he returned to his hometown in South Carolina and now runs the South Carolina Film Institute. Since the opening of the South Carolina Film Institute, Terry Davis has directed 4 public service announcements for the Richland County Sheriff Dept. warning kids, teens, and youngadults about the consequences of joining a gang. Set to release in May 2015, this movie has garnered the South Carolina Native,national attention with interviews on radio shows (including WGN Chicago) national podcasts, and print media talking about his transformation from gangleader to filmmaker. Information about “COLORS: Bangin’ in South Carolina” can be found @ GREATFILMS.TV

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      12:30 pm
      “Colors: Bangin’ in South Carolina” will be showcased at the Richmond International Film Festival
    4. Those Harvey Girls
      2:30 pm – 4:30 pm
      Those Harvey Girls

      Those Harvey Girls

      Tickets start at 41.25 for Theatre Only and 59.15 for Buffet and Theatre. Senior, Student, and Military discounts are available. Lunch doors open 12:30PM and Theatre doors open at 2:00PM. Various Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday dates. Show is approximately 2 hours. Various Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sunday. Evening shows are available. The Harvey sisters bring their rare gift to the stage, with sounds that transcend gender, race, and religion. This all-new show highlights three young girls growing up in rural, 1960’s Virginia, sharing their spirit through song. The sisters have a unique perspective on the challenges and triumphs that have made them who they are today, and through it all, they have kept their faith and kept on singing. Featuring Gospel Music legend Cora Harvey Armstrong in her third starring role on the Mill stage.

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      2:30 pm
      Those Harvey Girls
    5. ‘Subtle Reality’ Opening Reception
      5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

      Subtle Reality

      New Work by Artist Christaphora Robeers

      Exhibit | January 8 – February 28, 2015

       

      Mixed Media, Oil Paintings, Bronze Sculptures, and Monoprints

       

      Opening Reception: Thursday, January 8th 5:30-8 PM

      Join us for an evening of fine art! At the reception you will learn more about the artist during her “Artist Talk” and live demonstration. Christaphora Robeers, a native of the Netherlands, currently lives in Richmond, Virginia. Among her many endeavors, she has taught workshops at Monet’s Garden in Giverny, France, Aux-en-Provence in France where Cezanne had his studio, the fjord region in Norway, the highlands of Scotland, England, and Italy. Christaphora has been an artist in education member for the Virginia Commission for the Arts for twenty years. Locally, Christaphora has taught many studio art programs for students gifted in the visual arts.

       

      Contact Gallery Flux for more information, 804-752-3540.

      Tuesday – Friday 11AM-6PM

      Saturday 11AM-4PM

      Sunday 12-4PM

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      5:30 pm
      ‘Subtle Reality’ Opening Reception
    6. “Genworth Symphony Pops” Wicked Divas
      8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

      Diva showstoppers from Broadway, opera and popular music join the RSO for a wicked good time with music from the Tony Award-winning musical and other favorites! Enjoy selections from Gypsy, Ragtime, Titanic, and of course, Wicked for an unforgettable night of the best from the Great White Way.

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      8:00 pm
      “Genworth Symphony Pops” Wicked Divas

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