Come to the Mill Room for an intimate show featuring local performers.
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Buy tickets to three cabarets for $5 off, four cabarets for $15 off, and all five for $25 off your total purchase!

Grey in Red
with Grey Garrett

Friday January 13th and Saturday January 14th, 2023

Grey Garrett was last seen as Tanya in Virginia Repertory Theatre’s production of MAMMA MIA!. Other credits include A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder (Virginia Repertory Theatre), Grey Gardens (Richmond Triangle Players), Bright Star (Swift Creek Mill), MAMMA MIA! (Riverside Center of the Arts); LYSISTRATA (Quill); Alice (RTCC Winner Best Ensemble)(Firehouse/TheatreLAB); HAIR, Wild Party, POP! (Firehouse Theatre Company); Beyond The Rainbow,  I Love A Piano (Swift Creek Mill); Rabbit Hole (RTCC Winner Best Supporting Actress), Equus, August: Osage County (RTCC Winner Best Play) (Cadence); Junie B. Jones, Croaker (Virginia Rep); The Boy From Oz (RTCC Winner Best Supporting Actress), and It Shoulda Been You (Richmond Triangle Players). Grey is delighted to return to Swift Creek Mill’s Cabaret Season! More details to come!

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Dream a Little Dream
With Georgia Rogers Farmer

Friday March 10 and Saturday March 11, 2023

Georgia Rogers Farmer is so happy to be back at the Mill!  You may remember her from other shows here:  Andrews Brothers, Drowsy Chaperone, Dixie Swim Club, Marvelous Wonderettes, Sunshine Boys, I Love a Piano and on and on!  Some of her other favorite roles include Heidi (Richmond Triangle Players), The Duchess in Nice Work If You Can Get It (Virginia Musical Theatre), Debra in Kimberly Akimbo (Liberty Theatre), Dahl in Preludes (Firehouse Theatre), Jenny in It Shoulda Been You (Richmond Triangle Players) and Jen in John & Jen (Hattheatre).  Other cabarets include Bright-Eyed & Bushy-Tailed, Horns and Corns, Lies My Martini Told Me and many more.  She is an avid yogi and thanks her wonderful husband, Tim for all his support.

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OMG! I love that song!
With Debra Wagoner

Friday May 12th and Saturday May 13th, 2023

Debra Wagoner has been performing, acting, singing, doing what passes for dancing occasionally, in Richmond theatres and in regional theatres around the country for the past 35 years. She has always been passionate about singing, often shushed for singing too loud as a child, and unsurprisingly, an adult. In 2005 she recorded The Hopeful Romantic, a compilation of classic love songs that reflect the more positive, happy possibilities of love. Debra is also a two-time recipient of the Richmond Theatre Critics Circle award, and the 2002 Theresa Pollak prize. Debra sends love out, always, to her husband Joe, and her family of 2 dogs, and 2 cats.

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