It’s only appropriate that when “On Golden Pond” lands in Fredericksburg that a gold-star cast and crew come along with it.
Actress Joyce DeWitt—perhaps best known for portraying Janet Wood on the iconic sitcom “Three’s Company”—leads a stellar production at Riverside Center for the Performing Arts. The show owns the stage Wednesdays through Sundays through mid-November.
Veteran TV Actress Joyce DeWitt joins actor Joe Inscoe for Riverside Center For The Performing Arts’ latest offering, “On Golden Pond.” Joyce, Joe, and Patrick A’Hearn, the Producing Artistic Director talked about the new stage play and what viewers can expect when the curtain rises on stage October 4th through November 19th.
Listen to director, Sherri Edelen preview our upcoming production of On Golden Pond at Riverside alongside Producing Artistic Director, Patrick A'Hearn and Town Talk's Ted Schubel (NewsTalk 1230 WFVA).
BRENCORE Entertainment is excited to bring its “A Tribute to the Music of MOTOWN” concert to the Riverside Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday, November 5, 2017 at 7:30pm in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
“Seven Brides for Seven Brothers,” now onstage at Riverside Center for the Performing Arts, is a boisterous battle of the sexes as it explores love and relationships in the Oregon frontier during the 1850s. A delightful throwback to the golden age of musical theater, this feel-good production just sings in the hands of director and choreographer Penny Ayn Maas.
Riverside Center for the Performing Arts presents Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, with a book by Lawrence Kasha and David Landay, lyrics by Johnny Mercer, and music by Gene de Paul, including new songs by Al Kasha and Joel Hirschhorn. Penny Ayn Maas directs and choreographs a terrific ensemble for this fun, jovial musical. If your favorite thing about theater is large, lively song-and-dance numbers, then you absolutely should not miss this production!
The actress will star as Ethel Thayer in the play “On Golden Pond,” which opens at the Riverside Dinner Theater Oct. 4. The role was made famous by Katharine Hepburn, who played Ethel in the 1981 film. The play was written by Ernest Thompson, who also penned the screenplay.
The featured musical of Riverside Children’s Theater, “Croaker,” will whisk audiences away to a magical realm of the legendary Frog Prince and imbue a sparkle of enchantment that will live on in their hearts long after they return home.