Announcing Our 2024-25 Season!

Four plays, including a new production of one of RTP’s biggest hits, will take the stage at Richmond Triangle Players for its 2024-25 season, as the company celebrates its 32nd year as one of the Commonwealth’s most acclaimed cultural arts institutions, and the longest-operating LGBTQ+ theatre in the mid-Atlantic region.

“This season brings back some old favorites in new productions, as well as the Virginia premiere of one of the most acclaimed musicals in recent history,” said RTP artistic director Lucian Restivo.

“We are especially pleased to be producing that musical, A Strange Loop¸ in partnership with our colleagues at Firehouse Theatre. Now more than ever, it is important to us that we work together as a community to keep the rich theatrical landscape of Richmond alive.”

“As always,” he continues, “the focus of every RTP productions is rooted in staying true to its mission, presenting unique — sometimes provocative, sometimes challenging, and sometimes hilarious –- works of theater.”

The 2024-25 Mainstage Season

Smart, sharp, and hysterically funny
5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche by Evan Linder and Andrew Hobgood
September 11 – October 5, 2024

A very campy Christmas celebration to make your spirits bright
With Bells On and Who’s Holiday! by Darrin Hagan and Matthew Lombardo
November 13 – December 22, 2024

What happens when dreams fall just out of reach
Which Way to the Stage by Ana Nogueira
April 23 – May 17, 2025

Presented in partnership with Firehouse Theatre
Winner of Every Best Musical Award in New York!
A Strange Loop book, music, and lyrics by Michael R. Jackson
June 25 – August 2, 2025

And on RTP’s Spotlight Cabaret Series

Seth Rudetsky: Seth’s Big Fat Broadway Show!
August 15 – 16, 2024

August Hundley: Li’l Guy in a Big Ol’ World
October 18 – 19, 2024

Georgia Rogers Farmer: Perfect Pair
March 27-29, 2025

Nationally Renowned Performer To Be Announced
May 30-31, 2025

Complete descriptions of all the performances and events can be found here.

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In addition to its own series of plays and events, RTP will host productions by 5th Wall Theatre and the Critical Race Theatre Project, among others.

For over three decades Richmond Triangle Players has transformed the community’s conversations about diversity and inclusion through the production of LGBTQ+-themed works

A nonprofit, professional theatre company founded in 1993, RTP takes pride in being the leading performing arts company in the region that produces high quality transformational programming rooted in queer experiences and supports the development of queer artistry.

RTP is the only professional theatre company in the Richmond area – and the longest continually-operating one in the entire Mid-Atlantic region — which expressly and regularly serves the LGBTQ+ community. While other local theatres occasionally produce plays with LGBTQ+ content, only Triangle Players has made an ongoing commitment to queer artists, issues, audiences and community support.

RTP opened its theatre at 1300 Altamont Avenue in historic Scott’s addition in early 2010. RTP’s Robert B. Moss Theatre is a 4000-square foot performing arts facility accommodating flexible seating arrangements for up to 93 patrons. A graceful lobby, which includes a generous bar, catering capability and box office, adjoins the theater, which features both traditional and cabaret-style seating.

The building has fully ADA-compliant access, parking, and comfortable restrooms.

In addition to its own series of plays and events, RTP will host productions by 5th Wall Theatre and the Critical Race Theatre Project, among others.

For more information, please visit RTP’s web site at or call the Ticket Hotline at 804-346-8113.

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Richmond Triangle Players strives to change the community’s conversation about diversity and inclusion through the production of LGBTQ-themed works. A nonprofit, professional theatre company organized in 1993, RTP delivers adventurous and entertaining theater as the leading voice in the community’s explorations of equality, identity, affection and family, across sexual orientation and gender spectrums.

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