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Now through Sunday – ‘Fiddler on the Roof’

Here’s the thing about tradition: it’s timeless. Originally scheduled for 2020, the COVID-19-delayed, Tony-winning classic finally arrives in RVA without skipping a beat. A poor milkman seeks out husbands for his five wives in a Russian village — all eons before the advent of dating apps, wedding dress reality shows, and drive-thru chapel bulk discounts. (Note: As of April 2022, Broadway in Richmond no longer requires proof of vaccine or a negative COVID-19 test for entry.) Times vary. Altria Theater, 6 N. Laurel St. $28.50-$98.50. or 804-592-3368

Friday-Sunday – The Bizarre Bazaar

Need to fill a few Easter baskets or congratulate a grad on all the places they’ll go? The 30th Spring Market is your golden opportunity to escape the big box gauntlet and find just right gifts, from medium-rare cookbooks and glitzy jewelry to ripe garden accessories and designer duds. Hours vary. 600 E. Laburnum Ave. $8-$14. or (804) 673-7015

Saturday – Richmond Night Market

If you’ve ever bought a knife that can cut through your shoe, you might be a little hesitant about shopping after dark again. But miles away from infomercials come some local retail therapy with a heart and some soul. The Richmond Night Market returns on the second Saturday of each with an artisan village, kids hangout, adult maker space, and more. Highlights for this week include music by DJ Mad Skillz and Chan Hall, a prickly cacti and succulent experience, and lots more. 5-9 p.m. 17th Street Market, 100 N. 17th St.

Saturday & Sunday – Richmond Symphony: Haydn’s ‘Creation’

The Richmond Symphony celebrates its 50th anniversary by recreating Haydn’s masterpiece. Listen as the lights turn on, mountains and seas rise, and people make their big star turn. This will be conductor Erin Freeman’s final concert with the Richmond Symphony before she leaves for a new job with the City Choir of Washington. With the Richmond Symphony Chorus. 8 p.m. 600 E. Grace St. $10-$82. or (804) 344-0906 x224.

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