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“LOVE AND INFORMATION” Launches the 2022/23 Season

Caryl Churchill's intriguing brain-teaser of a play opens September 30, featuring 10 performers playing more than 100 characters.

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Playwrights’ Lab presents staged reading

A staged reading of WHEN LIBERTY IS SIEGED, a new one-act play of verse by John Paul Mandryk, will be presented at Vault Virginia on Monday, December 5 at 7:30pm.

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POETRY LIVE! returns to Vault Virginia

POETRY LIVE! returns to Vault Virginia on August 21, 2022. The poetry showcase is hosted by James Cole and features local poets Audrey Parks, Sara Robinson, Dr. Lesley Wheeler, and more!

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Adrienne Oliver Named Director of New Works

Oliver has been hired as the first director of new works, starting August 2022. She will curate and produce the inaugural WaterWorks Festival in 2023.

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Enchanting Teen Musical “INTO THE WOODS” Opens July 15

The Live Arts 2022 teen summer musical is Stephen Sondheim's Tony Award-winning magical gem INTO THE WOODS, directed by Jessica Harris.

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2022/23 Transformations Season Announced

Provocative Dramedy, Award-Winning Musical, Regional Premiere, Family Drama, Solo Comedy, and New Works Festival. Season tickets on sale now!

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The reIGNITE Season closes with Dario Fo’s hilarious and explosive ACCIDENTAL DEATH OF AN ANARCHIST, directed by Live Arts Artistic Director Susan E. Evans.

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Community Conversation: Energy, Sustainability, Art, and Activism

This special event features guest speakers Dr. Donal Day, Kay Leigh Ferguson, Dr. James Groves, and Susan Kruse.

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POETRY LIVE! at Vault Virginia

POETRY LIVE! returns on April 24 and explores themes from THE CHILDREN by Lucy Kirkwood.

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Eco-Thriller “The Children” Opens April 15

After postponing production during the truncated 2019/20 Season, Live Arts is tremendously excited to share THE CHILDREN with Charlottesville audiences in a Central Virginia premiere.

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