It is hard to imagine that any other theater in Richmond has made a greater positive, transformational change than Richmond Triangle Players has made in the last decade. In 2010, RTP transformed an old radiator shop into a warm and welcoming new venue, after vacating the crumbling building in which its theater had been housed. Since that time, RTP has won acclaim from its growing and diverse audiences, as well as from the Richmond Theatre Critics Circle, with over 90 “Best” nominations, the inaugural People’s Choice Award, and awards for Best Play and Best Musical twice each.

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Oct 1-10, 2020

The Second Coming of Joan of Arc

by Carolyn Gage

Joan of Arc led an army to victory at seventeen. At eighteen, she engineered the coronation of a king. At nineteen, she went up against the Catholic church… and lost. Joan was anorectic. She was a teenage runaway. She had an incestuous, alcoholic father. She loved women. She died for her right to wear men’s clothing. She was defiant, irreverent, more clever than her judges, unrepentant, and unfailingly true to her own visions.

In The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Joan returns to share her story with contemporary women. She tells her experiences with the highest levels of church, state, and military, and unmasks the brutal misogyny behind male institutions.

This production will be presented live onstage and in a streaming version.

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The 2020-21 Season Coming Soon!

In 2010, RTP renovated our wonderful performance venue at 1300 Altamont Avenue, helping kick off the resurgence of Scott’s Addition. The Robert B Moss Theatre seat up to 90 individuals and is available for private and corporate event rental including professional sound, lighting and projection resources. Our welcoming lobby with a full bar in Richmond’s hippest neighborhood is sure to make your next event a success. Contact RTP at (804) 346-8113 or for more information.

At RTP we always love a party – in fact we throw a little one every night of a performance. But sometimes we like to go all out, like for our 25th anniversary party where founder Michael Gooding graced us with his interpretation of General Wingfied Scott (he of Scott’s Addition) – also known as Old Fuss & Feathers.

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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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