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SOURCE - April 12 Show
Centenary United Methodist Church
Richmond, VA
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SOURCE - April 12 Show

SOURCE - Scenes & Songs from Where You Are & Where You Want to Be, Free Jambalaya's newest world premiere piece, was written specifically for the 2015 Acts of Faith Festival, and is being produced in collaboration with Henley Street Theatre & Richmond Shakespeare.  SOURCE is a collection of scenes and songs that represent the spiritual journey of the individual amidst the uncertainty of modern American life, and explores the eternal human need to "find oneself" in a world that is moving faster every day.  SOURCE will feature an ensemble cast led by award-winning Richmond theatre veteran Julie Fulcher-Davis, along with the exciting talents of Patricia Alli, Emily Turner, and James Tormey.

Performance Dates:
Friday, April 3, 730pm, Unity Christ Church of Bon Air, w/talk-back
Saturday, April 4, 730pm, Unity Christ Church of Bon Air
Friday, April 10, 730pm, Centenary United Methodist Church
Saturday, April 11, 730pm, Centenary United Methodist Church
Sunday, April 12, 3pm, Centenary United Methodist Church, w/talk-back

Unity Christ Church of Bon Air
923 Buford Road, RVA 23236

Centenary Unity Methodist Church
411 E. Grace Street
Richmond, VA  23219

Online Ticket Sales:

Ticket Prices
$12 adults & $9 students IN ADVANCE
$15 adults & $12 students DAY OF SHOW
$8 adults & $5 students GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE (for group sales, please email freejambalayainc@gmail.com)
SOURCE is appropriate for ALL AGES, and venues are fully accessible for all patrons.

All questions regarding Free Jambalaya or SOURCE may be directed to freejambalayainc@gmail.com


Julie Fulcher-Davis is an accomplished actress, director, playwright, composer, lyricist, voice-over talent and drummer. She is an Artist in Residence/Adjunct Professor at the University of Richmond.   Julie attended Shenandoah University then furthered her training in NYC.  Her musical scores are heard all over the country with VaRep's  national touring company in such productions as, Pocahontas, Jungle Book , and more.... Julie is a nine time Phoebe Award Winner.  Favorite onstage roles include Charity in Sweet Charity, the witch in Into The Woods, Delores in Olympus On My Mind,, Amanda Wingfield in The Glass Menagerie and the one woman show The Search For Signs Of Intelligent Life In The Universe.  Recent directorial projects include Little Women, The Whale and Facing East which garnered her a Richmond Theatre Critic's Circle nomination.  Julie is a member of Actors' Equity, The Dramatist Guild, and an Associate Artist of Hattheatre.  

Cheryl Fare (Free Jambalaya CEO, SOURCE Playwright & Director) - Cheryl Fare is a performing arts veteran, with more than 3 decades of credits in professional theatre as a writer, performer, producer, director and manager.  Before joining Free Jambalaya, Cheryl served as the Producer at Richmond Shakespeare, providing transitional leadership culminating in the successful merger with Henley Street Theatre.  Cheryl's favorite roles as an actor have been with several the Barksdale Theatre, and the film Lake City with Sissy Spacek.  In the music industry, Cheryl served several years on staff at Richmond Jazz Society, and is a published singer/songwriter and recording artist with 3 single releases and international radio play from her the 2009 release, Springfield.

Matt Treacy (Free Jambalaya CFO, SOURCE Composer & Musical Director) - Matt Treacy is a Richmond-based producer, writer, and musician.  He is the founder and co-producer of the production company Free-Jambalaya, for which he is the writer/creator of The Intricacies, Russian Folk Tales, Ray Bradbury's Palace of Metaphors, Doctor Who and the Game of Death, The Reasonable Monster, and On the 9's With Nick Nueve.  He has also written original scores for Time Tells (Theatre Lab) and served as the resident composer and musical director for Richmond Shakespeare from 2011-2013.  He currently manages artistic venues at Plant Zero complex, and serves as a music producer and session collaborator with Sound of Music Studios.

Producer/ Composer/Musical Director - Matt Treacy
Producer/ Playwright/ Director - Cheryl Fare
Scenic Artist - Sarah V. Smith
Director of Community Outreach - Katie Robey
Photographer - Xiaoqi Li
Box Office Manager- Denise Tormey
Media Artist  Kim Huff


Centenary United Methodist Church (View)
411 E. Grace St.
Richmond, VA 23219
United States



Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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