The Lynn Theatre
John Tyler/Brightpoint Community College (Midlothian Campus)
800 Charter Colony Pkwy, Midlothian
SURVIVING LIFE, a new play by Barbara Tylla, is a collection of three stories that explore the challenges of growing older while trying to keep up with a fast-paced world that threatens to leave you behind. In “Cookie Ladies,” an elderly woman tries to outsmart a hustler, while at the same time trying to convince her son that she doesn’t need to move into a nursing home. In “The Snowman,” a woman loses herself in memories of her late husband and their life together, and in “Take an Umbrella, It’s Raining,” a wife takes her husband who is suffering from Alzheimer’s to celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary in the same hotel where they spent their honeymoon.
A Live Radio Play
by Joe Landry
November 13 - 14, 2021
Just the Ticket
by Peter Quilter
February 11 - 20, 2022
by Barbara Tylla
July 29 - August 7
From its beginnings as a church drama guild to a church-based community theatre first called Huguenot Community Players, River City Community Players has continued to strive for a greater involvement and outreach to the community. Transitioning from its church roots to its own non-profit community theatre, River City Community Players is now producing a variety of enjoyable and meaningful theatre productions in a variety of settings in the greater Richmond area. The focus is on the players – the people who perform and work on the production, and the people who are in the audience. We invite you to be a part of our theatre: attend performances, audition, usher, help with set, props, and costumes.
For more information, contact River City Community Players
at 804-554-0595, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail
PO Box 36117, North Chesterfield, VA 23235-0117.
Or check us out on Facebook @RiverCityCommunityPlayers.