Watch Now: Community Defined

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Mission: to share stories from our youth that uplift the human spirit, challenge the mind, and honor both our individuality and our shared humanity.

stage-write-logo_RGBStage Write student leadership and workforce readiness program is a project through which Richmond City High School and Middle School students will have the opportunity to write and perform stories that are relevant to their lives and the issues they face. The goal is to help them build the confidence they need to become productive members of the adult world. Through performing arts training, we will improve life skills needed in today’s workforce: speaking and standing with confidence, maintaining eye contact, using appropriate diction, identifying interests, strengths, and weaknesses, and an ability to articulate these things. We will also develop workforce readiness skills through contextualized learning, teamwork, critical thinking, problem solving, self-awareness, and professionalism. In compliance with the 6th-12th grade Language Arts Standards of Learning, Stage Write strengthens verbal and non-verbal communication techniques, active listening, word choice, characterization, and overall oral presentation.

Watch videos from our 2016-2017 season:

Community Intro

Capital One

Time Capsule (finale)

The Rights Box (TJ PSA / Game show)

Huguenot PSA

John Marshall PSA

Videographer: Matt Polson

Learn more about Stage Write

Camps & Workshops, Education

Train with Cadence and VA Rep

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Saturday, May 13th 12pm-6pm

Please email for an audition slot.

 One-Year Program, By Audition Only, Singers and Non-Singers Welcome, Ages 12-18

October, 2017 – May 2018:

  • Mondays, 5:00-7:00pm / Six Saturday sessions (Cost: $1440)
  • Thursdays, 5:00-7:00pm / Six Saturday sessions (Cost: $1440)
  • College Audition Prep Wednesdays, 5:00-7:00pm (Cost: $900)

Resume, headshot and reel add-on fee: $250

Auditions and classes to be held at the Virginia Repertory Theatre Children’s Theatre at Willow Lawn

LEARN MORE   |  Questions? Contact Director of Education Laine Satterfield



Film Production Class Now Open

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presented by 
Cadence Theatre Company and Richmond Performing Arts Alliance

What do you want to say as an artist? Learn the art of visual storytelling by writing, filming and acting in original short films, from documentaries to narratives to music videos. From pre-production planning and script writing to acting for the camera, shooting, editing and output, this two-week project is perfect for today’s media savvy student. Professional filmmakers and actors will lead students through all aspects of movie-making. No prior experience is necessary.

August 14 – 25, 2016
Monday-Friday  |  9am – 4pm
Rising 6th – 12th grade | Cost: $450.00

All classes are in the Genworth Bright Lights Education Center Dominion Arts Center, 3rd floor 
600 East Grace Street, Richmond, VA 23219

Click here to REGISTER

Check out the film made at last year’s camp!


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