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RPAA & Westminster Canterbury Richmond Present: 



Join us for this special concert series from the comfort of your home! In partnership with our friends at Westminster Canterbury Richmond, this one-hour concert series features some of our best local singers performing nostalgic and contemporary music that you have come to love!

Performances will take place at the beautiful Sara Belle November Theater at Westminster Canterbury Richmond and livestreamed into your home via YouTube. Tickets for the livestreaming experience are just $15 per household or $40 for a subscription to all three performances. Each performance will be livestreamed at 7:30pm and also available for viewing for one week after each performance. A link to the YouTube performance will be sent to ticket buyers via email one week in advance of the performance(s) purchased.  

The Legends Livestream Series will feature:

Shannon Gibson Brown - Thursday, August 27th at 7:30 PM

Felicia Curry - Friday, September 11th at 7:30 PM

Robyn O'Neill - Saturday, October 10th at 7:30 PM

We wish to thank Westminster Canterbury in Richmond for partnering with us to bring you our Legends Livestream Series on the Sara Belle November stage. 


Questions? Please contact Jacquie O'Connor, Programming and Marketing Coordinator at (804) 916-9291 or


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Questions? Please contact Jacquie O'Connor

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Thursday, August 27th at 7:30 pm


Join Shannon Gibson Brown and pianist Joshua Wortham on a journey back in time with the songs of Virginia's own Patsy Cline! You'll catch yourself humming along to some familiar tunes like "Crazy", "I Fall to Pieces", "Back in Baby's Arms" and more!


About Shannon Gibson Brown (Vocalist)


Shannon Gibson Brown has been portraying the incomparable Patsy Cline on stage since 2009. She performs often with Henrico Theatre Company including productions of The Drowsy Chaperone, Guys and Dolls, Ring of Fire, Das Barbecu, The Case of the Dead Flamingo Dancer, and Always, Patsy Cline (twice!) She also starred as Patsy Cline with Ft Lee Playhouse's production of A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline. 


About Joshua Wortham (Pianist) 

Joshua Wortham

Joshua N. Wortham is the Director of Music for Chester United Methodist Church where he has served for 16 years. Joshua is a regular accompanist and music director for theatre productions around Richmond including Henrico Theater Company, Richmond Triangle Players, Swift Creek Mill Theatre, and the Fort Lee Playhouse.




Friday, September 11th at 7:30 pm


Enjoy an evening with award-winning singer and actress, Felicia Curry and pianist Anthony Smith where stories will be shared, truths will be told, sing-alongs will be encouraged and joy will be found!


About Felicia Curry (Vocalist)


Felicia Curry is an actress and performer seen in The Color Purple as Celie (Richmond Theatre Critics Circle award), Dreamgirls as Lorrell (RTCC Nomination), and Sister Act as Deloris Van Cartier (RTCC Nomination) all at Virginia Repertory Theatre. She has performed with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and the National Symphony Orchestra. She has hosted the Helen Hayes Awards twice, been nominated for 9 Helen Hayes Awards, and won for Best Actress in a Play in 2018. Washingtonian Magazine named her one of DC's Biggest Theater Stars and she was named one of DC Stage Dynamos by The Washington Post. She is Factory 449 Company Member, Ford's Theatre Artistic Associate, and newly-named Everyman Theatre Resident Company Member.


About Anthony Smith (Pianist)


Anthony Smith is the Music Supervisor and Resident Musical Director for Virginia Repertory Theatre in Richmond, Virginia. He's also worked with the musical theatre students at Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Richmond, and the College of William and Mary. Formally educated in flute, piano, vocal, and percussion performance, Anthony has won several regional and national competitions on each of his instruments, and has had the privilege of studying with and participating in masterclasses led by some of the top artists in the world. Anthony resides in Richmond with his husband, Michael-Birch Pierce, and their three dogs: Aurora, Bracket, and Gypsy.


Saturday, October 10th at 7:30 pm


Richmond legend Robyn O'Neill and pianist Anthony Williams are pulling out the trunk and dusting off their favorite show tunes! Join us for some standards from the Golden Age of Musical Theatre, including songs by Irving Berlin, Rodgers & Hammerstein, and Jules Stein and some newer hits too!


About Robyn O'Neill (Vocalist)


Robyn O'Neill, a graduate of Shenandoah Conservatory, has appeared in more than 65 musicals since her arrival in Richmond in 1987. Favorite roles:  Momma Rose, Annie Oakley, Reno Sweeney, The Witch (Into the Woods), Cinderella, and Gertrude McFuzz at Virginia Rep; Miss Adelaide, Little Red Ridinghood, and Daisy Hilton, at Swift Creek Mill Theatre; and Dot/Marie (Sunday in the Park with George) at Dogwood Dell. Robyn has also had the privilege of appearing as a soloist with the Richmond Symphony. She is the 2005 recipient of Richmond Magazine's Theresa Pollak Award. When not on stage, she can often be found shooting actors in the alley behind Virginia Rep!


About Anthony Williams (Pianist) 

Anthony Williams

Anthony Williams is a graduate of Shenandoah Conservatory of Music. Favorite productions as an actor-singer or as a musical director/piano-conductor are A Christmas Memory with the Illuminated Stage Company, Stars of David and The Melody Lingers On at JCC, Godspell at Hanover Tavern, three different productions of Red, Hot & Cole for Barksdale/Theatre IV, 100 Years of Broadway and In Love We Trust at HATTheatre, Crowns at Barksdale/Virginia Repertory Theatre, several productions of Oh, Coward!, They're Playing Our Song, Hair, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas at the old Haymarket Dinner Theatre and Grease at Ft. Lee Playhouse. Tony serves as Mobility Manager for Senior Connections, The Capital Area Aging on Aging and for 10 years he directed the Senior Connections Choral Group. Tony is thrilled to be joining long-time friend Robyn O'Neill for tonight's performance.  




RPAA is a 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to provide diverse local and world-class performing arts, transformative arts education experiences for students of all ages, and inspirational venues -- all to strengthen the cultural and economic vitality of the Greater Richmond region.


We are committed to collaborating with local performing arts organizations and presenting opportunities for the creation of new work and the expansion of existing work in our venues (Altria Theater and Dominion Energy Center) as well as ensuring that our venues are seen as active community spaces that welcome audiences through both free and ticketed events. This commitment can be seen through our Legends on Grace series as well as the launch of our Genworth Lights Up! Youth Series. 


RPAA also has a longstanding commitment to arts education, which is realized through our BrightLights Education Initiatives that work to increase equity in access to the arts and arts in education. From our arts-integrated early literacy program -Greater Richmond Wolf Trap - to our high school media literacy courses taught in the Digital Arts Lab, RPAA works directly with students, educators, and families to engage the community in meaningful ways that otherwise would not be available, specifically within under-resourced areas of the region.