Goochland couple offers affordable experience for moviegoers By Erika Wells A dream came true for Goochland resident John Heidel and his wife, Kristina, when they opened one of ten drive-in movie theaters in Virginia in August. Located in Hadensville, about 40 miles from Richmond, the drive-in theater rests on about 10 acres of land, holds [...]
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Volunteers perform a musical based on a popular children’s book
The show must go on for members of a local after-school theater arts education program.
Severe thunderstorms moving through central Virginia knocked out electricity on opening night of “Willy Wonka,” a production presented by the Richmond Christian Youth Theater (CYT) at the Oates Theater at Collegiate School in Richmond last night.