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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Sept 4 – Oct 5, 2019


Music and Lyrics By William Finn
Book By William Finn and James Lapine

This groundbreaking, Tony Award-winning musical revolves around the life of a charming, intelligent, neurotic gay man named Marvin, his wife, lover, about-to-be-Bar-Mitzvahed son, their psychiatrist, and the lesbians next door. It’s a hilarious and achingly poignant look at the infinite possibilities that make up a modern family… and a beautiful reminder that love can tell a million stories. This production has been on RTP’s “wish list” for over five years and, now that the acclaimed Broadway revival has come to a close, now it can be produced in Richmond.

Oct 17 – 26, 2019

The Rocky Horror Show

By Richard O’Brien

Brad and Janet confront the one and only Frank N. Furter in the greatest musical cult classic of our generation. A special Halloween treat with audience immersion possibilities, and a special subscription season add-on! Don’t dream it, be it!

Nov 13 – Dec 21, 2019

Times Square Angel

By Charles Busch

New York, 1948. Irish O’Flanagan is the tough as nails, red-headed headliner of the Club Intime. A lifetime of hard knocks has left her bitter and with a chip on her shoulder the size of Mount Rushmore. In the spirit of fantasies such as A Christmas Carol, It’s a Wonderful Life and The Bishop’s Wife, an angel in the form of a sexy vaudeville magician named Albert comes down to show Irish that the path she’s been taking is leading her to disaster. Her road to redemption is a campy, hilarious, Runyon-esque take on classic holiday tales.

Feb 12 – Mar 7, 2020

The CakeProduction Page – The Cake

By Bekah Brunstetter

Della makes cakes, not judgment calls – those she leaves to her husband, Tim. But when the girl she helped raise comes back home to North Carolina to get married, and the fiancé is actually a fiancée, Della’s life gets turned upside down. With her church upbringing bearing down on her, she can’t really make a cake for such a wedding, can she? For the first time in her life, Della has to think for herself. From one of the writers of the TV smash This Is Us.

Apr 1 – 25, 2020

Sugar in Our Wounds

By Donja Love

On a plantation somewhere down south, a mystical tree reaches up toward heaven. Generations of slaves have been hanged on this tree. But James is going to be different, as long as he keeps his head down and practices his reading. Moreover, as the Civil War rages on, the possibility of freedom looms closer than ever. When a stranger arrives on the plantation, a striking romance emerges, inviting the couple and those around them into uncharted territory.

May 14 – 30, 2020

A New Brain

By William Finn and James Lapine

An energetic, sardonic, often comical musical about a composer during a medical emergency. Gordon collapses into his lunch and awakes in the hospital, surrounded by his maritime-enthusiast lover, his mother, a co-worker, the doctor, and the nurses. Reluctantly, he had been composing a song for a children’s television show that features a frog – Mr. Bungee – and the specter of this large green character and the unfinished work haunts him throughout his medical ordeal. What was thought to be a tumor turns out to be something more operable, and Gordon recovers, grateful for a chance to compose the songs he yearns to produce.

Jun 17 – Jul 25, 2020

Head Over Heels

By James Macgruder and Jeff Whitty; songs by The Go-Gos

This laugh-out-loud love story is set to the music of the iconic 1980’s all-female rock band The Go-Go’s” A hilarious, exuberant celebration of love, Head Over Heels follows the escapades of a royal family on an outrageous journey to save their beloved kingdom from extinction—only to discover the key to their realm’s survival lies within each of their own hearts.

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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Your generosity will enable theatergoers to enjoy shows at RTP well into the future and will help create a more diverse and inclusive community. Richmond Triangle Players, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. Your contribution will help support our mission and is tax deductible as allowed by law.

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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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