Richmond Triangle Players “ZHE”

Richmond Triangle Players 

Don’t Miss “ZHE: [noun] Undefined”

Three Performances Only!

Plus, Ushers Needed for “Before It Hits Home”!


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Our theater is located just two blocks northwest of the intersection of Boulevard and Broad, on the corner of Altamont and Marshall Streets, in historic Scott’s Addition.

Nearby restaurants include: Lunch, Buzz and Ned’s and Kitchen 64, among others.

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Three Performances Only!

“ZHE: [noun] Undefined”

Jan 10, 11, 12, 7:30 pm
Performances at Firehouse Theatre Project, 1609 West Broad Street


A Collective Artistes production
presented by the Modlin Center for the Arts, the Firehouse Theatre Project, and the University of Richmond
Sponsored in part by African American Repertory Theatre, Richmond Triangle Players, and Sycamore Rouge.
created by Chuck Mike, Antonia Kemi Coker, and Tonderai Munyebvu
directed by Chuck Mike


Catch an Exciting Video Preview!

Zhe’ (pronounced zee) is a gender-neutral pronoun – not he or she. Based on the true-life stories of the two performers, this “immensely moving, funny and courageous” piece of theatre follows the lives of two British Africans living at the crossroads of culture, nationality, gender and sexuality. Traveling from idyllic Harare, Zimbabwe to London’s gritty inner city; from the playfulness of childhood to the pain of adolescence; from the desire for forgiveness to self-acceptance, this humorous yet haunting drama encompasses the multiplicity of our cultural, gender and sexual identities and takes a fresh look at what makes us who we are.
Post-show panel discussions will follow each performance. Panelists include:
Thu. January 10
Ted Lewis, Associate Director of Common Ground for LGBTQ Campus Life at University of Richmond
Afton Bradley, ROSMY
Fri. January 11
Philip Crosby, Managing Director, Richmond Triangle Players
Lee Steube, ROSMY
Sat. January 12
DL Hopkins, Artistic Director, African American Repertory Theatre
Afton Bradley, ROSMY
Click here for tickets and information!


Volunteer Ushers Needed!

A co-production with Sycamore Rouge
Before It Hits Home
by Cheryl West
Happy New Year! As RTP continues to celebrate our 20th anniversary season we need ushers for our upcoming production of Before It Hits Home. So make that resolution to volunteer more by signing up to usher for a show or two.
Winner of the Helen Hayes Award for best new play, Before It Hits Home tells the story of a black bisexual jazz musician whose life on the down-low endangers both himself and his loved ones. “Relentlessly observant and ruthlessly forthright, Before It Hits Home shows that there are things about AIDS we haven’t grasped yet … as playwrights, audiences, and people.” – NY Magazine. “Before It Hits Home is not a play about victimization … It is instead an authentic, at times almost hysterical wake-up call to the black community, sounded from within.” – NY Times.


Ushers Needed on the following dates:
WED   23-Jan 8:00
THURS  24-Jan 8:00
FRI  25-Jan 8:00
SAT  26-Jan 8:00

THURS 31-Jan 8:00
FRI 1-Feb 8:00
SAT 2-Feb 8:00
SUN 3-Feb 4:00

THURS 7-Feb 8:00
FRI 8-Feb 8:00
SAT 9-Feb 8:00

Email Volunteer Coordinator Dexter M. Ramey  to sign up!

Richmond Triangle Players’ 2012 – 13 Season
is supported in part by a grant from the


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