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VCU Opera to bring laughter and tears

VCU opera students will sing their hearts out Nov. 22 and 23 to pieces such as the “Ice Cream Sextet” and “Don Giovanni,” both comedies and tragedies that pushed the students into the national opera spotlight.

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Six VCU Dance seniors will present their self-choreographed pieces Nov. 20-22 in a performance titled “Friction,” highlighting the tension of building and breaking relationships.

VCU Dance brings Friction to the stage

Six VCU Dance seniors will present their self-choreographed pieces Nov. 20-22 in a performance titled “Friction,” highlighting the tension of building and breaking relationships.

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Playing three shows for one weekend only, “The Metal Children,” presented by the Shafer Alliance Laboratory Theatre, zealously engaged the audience at Shafer Street Playhouse with a combination of talent, wit and comicality.

VCU SALT presents: The Metal Children

Playing three shows for one weekend only, “The Metal Children,” presented by the Shafer Alliance Laboratory Theatre, zealously engaged the audience at Shafer Street Playhouse with a combination of talent, wit and comicality.

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The Richmond Tattoo Arts Festival will return for the 21st year Nov. 21-23, bringing local and international artists under one roof to present their best tattoo artwork.

Tattoo enthusiasts and artists flock to Richmond for fresh body art and ink

The Richmond Tattoo Arts Festival will return for the 21st year Nov. 21-23, bringing local and international artists under one roof to present their best tattoo artwork.

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Ghostly film screens at Grace Street Theatre

Director and producer Sara Driver made an appearance at the screening of her 1993 film “When Pigs Fly” on Tuesday, Nov. 11 at the Grace Street Theatre. The screening was free to the public on first come first serve availability.

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