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    Rivermont Studio, the Lodge of the Fisherman and the Lynchburg Art Club also opening new shows.

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    Directing the annual production put on by Lynchburg College’s theater honor society is something senior Kelsey Dowling as been building toward since her freshman year.

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    In the play “’night, Mother,” a divorced, out-of-work woman named Jessie lives with her widowed mother in an unnamed southern town. Jessie is depressed and as the play begins, matter-of-factly tells her mother, Thelma, she has decided to end her…

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    The Academy Center of the Arts, 600 Main St.

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    Heritage High School seniors Kenzie Gunter and Matt Penalva have performed together since their days at Paul Laurence Dunbar Middle School for Innovation.

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    When Lynchburg actor Janice Benejan learned about the Academy Center of the Arts’ upcoming production of “A Raisin in the Sun,” she knew she wanted to be one of the first in line for auditions.

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    When Keith Lee premiered “The Fallen,” a ballet to honor those who died in service to their country, at the Academy of Fine Arts in December 2013, he realized he wanted to do more.

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    Rogue Productions’ performance will take place in four rooms, several hallways and even a stairwell over two floors inside Riverviews. It follows a promenade style of theater, where the audience stands around and walks alongside the performance as it moves…

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    The Academy Center of the Arts, 600 Main St.

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    “People think of the park as a place to go to learn about a portion of American history. We want them to look at the park as a place they can go for other activities,” says Sue Cochrane, founder and…

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    December 4, 1956 — a day that forever changed American music.

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    The Academy, Riverviews Artspace and the Lynchburg Humane Society also will be open.

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    An organized disaster will hit Renaissance Theatre Company’s stage when its production of “Drop Dead!” opens this Friday.

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    The opening of “Mamma Mia!” on Tuesday at Altria Theater will be bittersweet for Betsy Padamonsky, who plays the feisty mom, Donna, in the show.

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