An August Adventure…
Third Location Added!

No Comments 10 July 2014

Due to popular demand, SPARC and Cadence Theatre Company have launched a brand new location for An August Adventure for 2014!

August Adventure has been a Richmond favorite for years. This year, the August Adventure camps began selling out within 24 hours of their February release. So many families have contacted us and asked to be placed on our waiting lists that we felt the time was right to expand August Adventure to 3 locations; this year we are introducing August Adventure at Tuckahoe Presbyterian Church.

August Adventure at Tuckahoe Presbyterian Church will be held during the same dates as the other August Adventure camps, August 11th through August 22nd, and will share the same show titles: Disney’s Jungle Book Jr. and Disney’s High School Musical Jr.

If you, or anyone you know, would like to register for the newly released third section of August Adventure – register fast! We anticipate the Tuckahoe location selling just as quickly as our other camps!

Register and learn more about An August Adventure by clicking this link: http://www.sparconline.org/classes/classes_summer.shtml

Photo by Hannah Caffacus Photography and Chandler JJ Photography.


Announcing our
2014-2015 Intern Company!

No Comments 15 May 2014

Cadence Theatre Company Introduces Seven Great Young Theatre Leaders

Cadence Theatre Company in partnership with Virginia Repertory Theatre offers seasonal and summer internships for qualified college students, graduates and young professionals who are actively pursuing careers in professional theater. This year we are pleased to announce that we have selected the following highly talented individuals to join us:


NickNicholas Batchelor
(Summer 2014 Production Intern)
was born and raised in Richmond Virginia. He is a senior working on a B.A. in Theatre at Longwood University. He has participated in a series of Longwood productions, including: The Love of Three OrangesHedda Gabler,  La’Amour, an adaptation by Gene Muto, and Blithe Spirit. Before attending Longwood, Nicholas graduated cum laude from John Tyler Community College with an A.A. in theatre. While there, he studied and worked under Kerrigan Sullivan.  Though his first love is acting, Nicholas enjoys working behind the scenes, particularly in the props department.  Nicholas’ first props triumph was during Hedda Gabler. Nicholas is building his props expertise as well as other backstage skills, becoming an all-around theatre asset.


MarquisMarquis Hazelwood
(2014-2015 Production Intern)
has been in and around the Richmond theatre community for five years. He was an intern at TheatreLab, where he played the role of Solomon in Speech and Debate.  Marquis takes an active part in Cadence Theatre Company, playing Vin in Sons of The Prophet, working backstage for The Pillowman and Detroit, and being happily involved with CTC’s 4th Wall Student Forum. He spent his high school years under the tutelage of Keri Wormald, doing everything from acting in On The Razzle to changing gels for Pride and Prejudice. He is excited to work with Cadence again!


AlvinoAlvino Medina
(2014-2015 Administrative Intern)
is  originally from Florida. He moved to Richmond last year, after living on Virginia’s Eastern Shore.  He played soccer at Louisburg College before graduating with a B.A. in History from Salisbury University. He has also studied acting at HATTheatre. Alvino’s credits include roles in While Shakespeare Slept and After the Revolution. Currently, he works as an ESL teacher with Henrico County Public Schools.




534968_10150922562785935_833820689_nConnor Murphy
(2014-2015 Administrative Intern)
is a graduate of the School of Music at James Madison University. During his time at JMU, he concentrated in Music Industry, and was a production intern for APE Digital in Los Angeles, California.  A classically trained bassoonist and contrabassoonist, Connor played in the JMU productions Kiss Me Kate and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. He currently performs with the Waynesboro Symphony Orchestra, Richmond Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Northern Neck Orchestra.



connor scully 1Connor Scully
(2014-2015 Production Intern)
is originally from Fairfax, Virginia. He is graduating from VCU in December 2014 with a B.A. in Theatre. He has worked as a member of Stage B Theatre Company, and as a board member of SALT, VCU’s student theatre organization, where he has also directed and appeared in  shows. He has most recently been seen in VCU’s RamapaloozaOne Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, and Henley Street – Richmond Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors. Connor has worked on several shows for Cadence, including Next to NormalGood People, and Detroit.


ErynEryn Snyder
(2014-2015 Production Intern)
filled a rental car with everything she owned in 2009, and moved from the coast of Maine to Richmond to pursue her MFA in Theatre Pedagogy from VCU. She graduated in 2011 with a thesis that explored the power of small female ensembles. While there, Eryn directed The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-In-The-Moon Marigolds. Her credits include: Leisl in The Sound of Music, Flo Owens in Picnic, and Lady Larken in Once Upon A Mattress. She spent 18 months teaching in Spain, knows an awful lot about consignment shops, and is learning the guitar (in hopes of being just like Maria von Trapp one day). Eryn is thrilled to work with Cadence!

NancyNancy-Wren Bradshaw
(2014-2015 Administrative Intern)
is an undergraduate student at the University of Virginia, studying Drama and Arts Administration. She currently serves as a production coordinator on the Virginia Players’ Lab Series committee and is assistant lighting designer of U.Va.’s First Year Players. Additionally, she served as the light board operator for the U.Va. drama department’s Crazy for You and Virginia Players’ Gnaw Bone. She held an internship with TheatreLAB, and looks forward to working closely with the great people at Cadence Theatre Company.

Education, Onstage

4th Wall at Detroit

No Comments 14 May 2014

Cadence Theatre Company in partnership with Virginia Rep’s 4th Wall Student Forum (4th Wall) was on the beat at the opening night for Lisa D’Amour’s Detroit! Check out this great video that Skye, Izabela and Lily created!: The 4th Wall Student Forum (4th Wall) allows young theatre lovers to connect with artists and audiences, inspiring the next generation of theatre leaders and theatre arts enthusiasts. Various strategies of engagement include creation of written reviews, behind-the-scenes videos and social media networking. Students also host post-show discussions, usher and give curtain speeches. As a benefit, members receive free tickets to our productions and attend educational gatherings and retreats annually. Detroit runs two more weeks, so don’t miss it! Tickets may be purchased at www.va-rep.org or at (804) 282-2620. Video by 4th Wall Student forum. Photo by Jason Collins Photography.

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