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                      SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
                            WASHINGTON, D.C. 20549

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                                   Form 8-K

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               CURRENT REPORT PURSUANT TO SECTION 13 OR 15(d) OF
                     THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934


  Date of Report (Date of earliest event reported)    January 26, 1999


                       CADMUS COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION
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            (Exact name of registrant as specified in its charter)


         Virginia                      0-12954                  54-1274108
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(State or other jurisdiction of       (Commission            (I.R.S. Employer
 incorporation or organization)        File Number)      Identification Number


6620 West Broad Street, Suite 240, Richmond, Virginia                 23230
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     (Address of principal executive offices)                       (Zip Code)



Registrant's telephone number, including area code              (804) 287-5680
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Item 5.  Other Events.

On January 26, 1999,  Cadmus  Communications  Corporation (the "Company") issued
the press release attached hereto as Exhibit 99.1 with respect to second quarter
financial results. C. Stephenson Gillispie,  Jr., chairman,  president and chief
executive  officer,  Bruce V. Thomas,  senior vice president and chief financial
officer,  and David E. Bosher,  vice president and treasurer,  read the prepared
remarks  attached  hereto as Exhibit  99.2 on a conference  call with  analysts,
shareholders,  prospective investors, and other interested parties.  Information
in these  documents  relating to Cadmus' future  prospects and  performance  are
"forward-looking  statements," as defined by the Private  Securities  Litigation
Reform Act of 1995, and, as such, are subject to certain risks and uncertainties
that could  cause  actual  results  to differ  materially.  Potential  risks and
uncertainties include but are not limited to: (1) continuing competitive pricing
in the markets in which the Company competes,  (2) the ability of the Company to
retain management and employees in light of lower than planned  incentives,  (3)
the  gain or loss of  significant  customers  or the  decrease  in  demand  from
existing  customers,  (4) the  ability  of the  Company  to  continue  to obtain
improved  efficiencies  and lower overall  production  costs, (5) changes in the
Company's   product  sales  mix,  (6)  the  effective   integration   of  recent
acquisitions,  (7) the performance of new management and leadership teams in the
Company and its divisions,  (8) the impact of industry  consolidation  among key
customers, and (9) a rebound in the U.S. capital markets.









Item 7.  Exhibits.

      Exhibit 99.1            Press Release
      Exhibit 99.2            Prepared Remarks from Conference Call



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                                  Signatures

Pursuant  to the  requirements  of the  Securities  Exchange  Act of  1934,  the
Registrant  has duly  caused  this  report  to be  signed  on its  behalf by the
undersigned hereunto duly authorized on January 26, 1999.


                              CADMUS COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION


                              By:   /s/ C. Stephenson Gillispie, Jr.
                                    ----------------------------------
                                    C. Stephenson Gillispie, Jr.
                                    Chairman,  President,  and Chief Executive
                                    Officer



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                                 Exhibit Index


      Exhibit


99.1  Press Release
99.2  Prepared Remarks from Conference Call







                                                                   Exhibit 99.1
NEWS RELEASE

                    Contact:    David E. Bosher,  Vice  President  and Treasurer
                                (analysts)
                                (804) 287-5685
                                Teri Schrettenbrunner,   Director  of  Public
                                Relations (media)
                               (804) 287-6260

                  CADMUS COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION REPORTS
                      FISCAL 1999 SECOND QUARTER RESULTS

RICHMOND, VA, January 26, 1999 -- Cadmus Communications Corporation (NASDAQ NMS:
CDMS) today  announced  results for its fiscal second quarter ended December 31,
1998. Financial highlights were as follows:

o        Net income rose 7% to $3.1 million, or $.39 per diluted share.

o        Sales rose 13% to $108.8 million.

o        Operating income rose 10% to $7.4 million and earnings before interest,
         taxes,  depreciation,  and  amortization  (EBITDA)  rose  8%  to  $12.0
         million.

o        Free cash flow (cash flow before financing activities and acquisitions)
         totaled  $7.1  million in the second  quarter of 1999  compared to $4.7
         million in 1998.

o        Operating  performance was affected by continued  softness in financial
         communications  and gross  margin  pressure  in the  point of  purchase
         group.

C. Stephenson Gillispie,  Jr., chairman,  president and chief executive officer,
stated, "For our second quarter, we achieved strong revenue growth, particularly
in our Marketing  Communications  sector, and we experienced  continued earnings
improvement and margin expansion in our Professional  Communications  sector. In
addition,  we generated  strong free cash flow and produced  another  quarter of
growth in  EBITDA.  However,  as we  expected,  these  solid  performances  were
partially   offset  by   continued   profitability   issues  in  our   financial
communications  and  point of  purchase  groups.  Financial  communications  was
impacted  again this quarter by the downturn and  volatility in capital  markets
activity, while our point of purchase group continued to experience gross margin
pressure associated with the integration of Germersheim, Inc., which we acquired
in fiscal 1998."

Gillispie  added,  "We are committed to resolving these challenges and achieving
improved  profitability in the second half of our fiscal year. We are determined
to build on our strong fiscal 1998 performance. To that end, we are working very
aggressively to address the difficulties in our POP unit. In addition,  assuming
the U.S. capital markets  continue their recovery,  we would anticipate that our
financial communications group will become more profitable in the second half of
fiscal 1999.  In the interim,  however,  we have  implemented  a number of steps
aimed at controlling  costs in each of our businesses,  reduced expenses related
to  incentive  compensation  and  related  benefits  to reflect  our softer than
planned  year-to-date  performance,  and focused our  management  team even more
squarely on achieving improved performance and profitability in our fiscal third
and fourth quarters."


<PAGE>

Fiscal Second Quarter Operating Results - Detailed Review
- ---------------------------------------------------------

Net income for the second  quarter rose 7% to $3.1 million,  or $.39 per diluted
share,  for the period ended  December 31, 1998,  compared to net income of $2.9
million,   or  $.36  per  diluted   share  last  year.   There  were   8,046,000
weighted-average  shares  outstanding  for the second  quarter  of fiscal  1999,
compared to 8,135,000 weighted-average shares outstanding for the same period of
last year.


Second  quarter sales were a record $108.8  million,  up 13% from sales of $96.0
million posted in the second quarter of fiscal 1998.  Sales for the Professional
Communications  sector rose 3% due to continued growth in journal  services.  In
the  Marketing  Communications  sector,  sales rose 25%, as the  acquisition  of
Germersheim  and strong  growth from the Company's  packaging  and  promotional,
graphic  solutions,  and  technology  solutions  groups  offset lower  financial
communications and tactical marketing sales.

Despite reduced  profitability from the Company's  financial  communications and
point of purchase  groups,  operating  income rose 10% in the second  quarter to
$7.4  million  from $6.8  million  last year.  The  Company's  operating  margin
declined as a percent of sales to 6.8% from 7.1% last year.

Fiscal Year-to-Date Operating Results
- -------------------------------------

Net income for the six months ended December 31, 1998 was $5.7 million,  or $.70
per diluted share,  compared to $5.0 million, or $.61 per diluted share, for the
same period last year.  Weighted  average shares  outstanding were 8,126,000 and
8,122,000 for years 1999 and 1998, respectively.

Sales for the first six months of fiscal  1999 rose 11% to $208.6  million  from
$188.4 million in fiscal 1998.  Professional  Communications sales rose 2% while
Marketing  Communications sales registered a 22% increase.  Operating income for
the first six months of fiscal 1999 rose 12% to $14.0 million from $12.5 million
in fiscal 1998.



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Company Description

Cadmus Communications Corporation provides customers with integrated, end-to-end
information and  communications  solutions.  The Company is organized around two
primary business  sectors:  Professional  Communications  serving  customers who
publish information,  and Marketing  Communications serving customers who convey
marketing  messages.  Cadmus' services include  advertising,  catalog  services,
commercial   printing,   custom   publishing,   direct   marketing,    financial
communications,  journal and magazine  services,  point of  purchase,  specialty
packaging, and software duplication. Headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, Cadmus
is the 22nd largest graphic communications company in North America.


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"Safe Harbor" Statement Under the Private Securities  Litigation Reform Act of
1995:

Information in this release relating to Cadmus' future prospects and performance
are "forward-looking  statements" and, as such, are subject to certain risks and
uncertainties  that could cause actual results to differ  materially.  Potential
risks  and  uncertainties  include  but  are  not  limited  to:  (1)  continuing
competitive  pricing  in the  markets  in which the  Company  competes,  (2) the
ability of the Company to retain management and employees in light of lower than
planned  incentives,  (3)  the  gain or loss  of  significant  customers  or the
decrease in demand from  existing  customers,  (4) the ability of the Company to
continue to obtain improved efficiencies and lower overall production costs, (5)
changes in the Company's  product sales mix, (6) the  effective  integration  of
recent acquisitions,  (7) the performance of new management and leadership teams
in the Company and its divisions, (8) the impact of industry consolidation among
key customers, and (9) a rebound in the U.S. capital markets.

                   **(See attached financial highlights)**


<PAGE>




              CADMUS COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES
                 CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF INCOME
                     (In thousands, except per share data)
                                 (Unaudited)


                                    Three Months Ended       Six Months Ended
                                       December 31,            December 31,
                                    --------------------    --------------------

                                     1998        1997        1998        1997
                                    -------     --------    --------    --------


Net sales                          $108,811    $ 96,048    $208,595    $188,410

Operating expenses:
   Cost of sales                    87,280       74,381     166,399     146,195
   Selling and administrative       14,085       14,867      28,148      29,725
                                    ------       ------     -------     -------
                                    101,365      89,248     194,547     175,920

Operating income                     7,446        6,800      14,048      12,490

Interest and other expenses:
   Interest                          2,064        1,861       4,207       3,794
   Other, net                          307          248         650         640
                                     -----        -----       -----       -----
                                     2,371        2,109       4,857       4,434

Income before income taxes           5,075        4,691       9,191       8,056

Income taxes                         1,954        1,772       3,539       3,101
                                     -----        -----       -----       -----


Net income                         $ 3,121     $  2,919    $  5,652    $  4,955
                                    ======      =======     =======     =======


Net income per share, assuming     $   .39     $    .36    $    .70    $    .61
dilution                            ======     ========    ========    ========


Weighted-average common shares       8,046        8,135       8,126       8,122
    outstanding                     ======     ========    ========     =======



<PAGE>

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>


                             SELECTED HIGHLIGHTS
              (In thousands, except per share data and percents)
                                 (Unaudited)

                                           Three Months Ended      Six Months Ended
                                              December 31,           December 31,
                                          ---------------------   --------------------

                                           1998        1997        1998        1997
                                          -------     --------    --------    --------
<S>                                      <C>           <C>         <C>        <C>

Operating income                         $ 7,446     $  6,800    $ 14,048    $ 12,490
Net income                                 3,121        2,919       5,652       4,955
Depreciation & amortization expense        4,838        4,573       9,711       9,053
EBITDA                                    11,977       11,125      23,109      20,903
Percent to net sales:
   Gross profit                             19.8%        22.6%       20.2%       22.4%
   Selling, general and                     12.9%        15.5%       13.5%       15.8%
     administrative expenses
   Operating income                          6.8%         7.1%        6.7%        6.6%
   EBITDA                                   11.0%        11.6%       11.1%       11.1%
Earnings per share, assuming dilution    $   .39     $    .36    $    .70    $    .61


</TABLE>


                     CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET
                                (In thousands)

                                                    December 31,       June 30,
                                                    (unaudited)          1998
                                                   ------------     -----------
Assets:
   Cash and cash equivalents                    $          287    $        --
   Accounts receivable, net                             78,209          70,571
   Inventories                                          30,277          25,610
   Other current assets                                  8,225           7,939
   Property plant and equipment, net                   132,658         133,836
   Goodwill and other intangibles (net), and            53,491          53,796
    other assets
                                                   -----------      ----------

Total assets                                    $      303,147    $    291,752
                                                   ===========      ==========

Liabilities and shareholders' equity:
   Short-term borrowings and current
      maturities of long-term debt              $        9,615    $      8,531
   Other current liabilities                            59,030          64,652
   Long-term debt, less current maturities             102,375          93,224
   Other long-term liabilities                          19,327          15,529
   Shareholders'equity                                 112,800         109,816
                                                   -----------      ----------

Total liabilities and shareholders' equity      $      303,147    $    291,752
                                                   ===========      ==========

<PAGE>




                                                                    Exhibit 99.2
Prepared Remarks from Conference Call

                    SECOND QUARTER FY1999 EARNINGS RELEASE
                    --------------------------------------
                            CONFERENCE CALL SCRIPT
                            ----------------------

Introduction - Steve Gillispie
- ------------------------------

Good morning. This is Steve Gillispie,  chairman,  president and chief executive
officer of Cadmus. I want to thank each of you for joining us this morning for a
review of our  results  for the second  quarter of fiscal  1999.  Joining me for
today's  conference  call are Bruce  Thomas,  senior  vice  president  and chief
financial  officer,  and  Dave  Bosher,  vice  president  and  treasurer.  As is
customary,  we will  begin this call with a review of the  quarter's  results by
Dave Bosher, followed by our regular question and answer session. Dave .....


Second Quarter Review - Dave Bosher
- -----------------------------------

Thank you,  Steve.  Good morning  everyone.  Before I go through a more detailed
review of our  quarterly  results,  I'd like first to provide you an  "executive
summary" of our second quarter performance.

o        first, net income rose 7% to $3.1 million, or $.39 per share,  compared
         to $.36 per share in the same period last year;

o        second,  sales  grew  13% in the  second  quarter  to a  record  $108.8
         million,    driven   by    double-digit    sales    growth   from   our
         packaging/promotional and graphic solutions businesses, higher research
         journal  sales and the  inclusion  of  Germersheim's  point-of-purchase
         operations;

o        third,  while operating margins declined slightly in the second quarter
         of fiscal  1999 to 6.8% of  sales,  operating  income  rose 10% to $7.4
         million and EBITDA rose 8% to $12.0 million;

o        fourth,  we  achieved  free cash  flow of $7.1  million  in the  second
         quarter compared to $4.7 million last year;

o        finally,  as we  anticipated,  operating  performance  was  impacted by
         softness  in  our  financial   communications  and  point  of  purchase
         businesses.

Those  are the  major  highlights.  Now let me give you a little  more  detailed
review at the consolidated level.

As I stated,  Cadmus' second quarter net income rose 7% to $3.1 million, or $.39
per share. Second quarter sales rose 13% to a record $108.8 million, compared to
$96.0 million last year.  Adjusted for the acquisition of Germersheim,  internal
sales growth was over 5% in the second quarter.

<PAGE>

Gross margins declined to 19.8% of sales in the second quarter from 22.6% in the
same  period  last year.  This  decline was  primarily  attributable  to the two
factors that we discussed in  connection  with our fiscal first quarter and that
we said would impact our second quarter as well, namely: (i) the negative impact
of lower  financial  transactional  volume this year and (ii)  higher  costs and
certain  production  inefficiencies  associated  with the integration of our POP
businesses.  As in our first  quarter,  this gross margin  decline was offset by
lower selling and administrative  expenses,  which declined to 12.9% of sales in
this year's second quarter, down from 15.5% of sales last year. This decline was
attributable to better leverage from our steady top-line  growth,  lower selling
costs  in  our  financial   communications   group,  lower  SG&A  costs  in  our
point-of-purchase  operation resulting from the integration of those businesses,
and lower expenses related to incentive  compensation and discretionary benefits
to reflect our somewhat softer than expected first half performance.

In summary,  despite  gross  margin  pressure in the second  quarter,  operating
income rose 10% to $7.4 million  while our operating  margin dipped  slightly to
6.8% of sales from 7.1% last year.

I would  like now like to  spend  just a few  minutes  detailing  the  operating
performances of our two business sectors.

First, in our Professional  Communications sector, operating income rose sharply
in the second  quarter on a 3% growth in total  sales.  Operating  margins  also
expanded  nicely,  the  fourteenth  consecutive  quarter  in which  Professional
Communications  has recorded a year-over-year  improvement in operating margins.
This increase was attributable primarily to restructuring-related savings, solid
internal growth in research journals,  and continued  productivity  improvements
from our  production  facilities.  Journal  services sales showed good growth of
4.0% in the quarter, while magazine sales were flat with last year.

In our  Marketing  Communications  sector,  internal  sales growth was 9% in the
quarter,  despite the volume drag of  continued  weakness in the U.S.  financial
printing  market.  These higher sales resulted from impressive  gains in (i) our
packaging and  promotional  group,  which recorded a 41% increase in sales,  and
(ii) our graphic  solutions  group,  which also recorded 37% sales growth.  This
sector's  performance also was positively  affected by continued  improvement in
the  operating  margins in our tactical  marketing  group.  Despite  lower gross
billings,   operating   margins  in  the  tactical   marketing   group  improved
dramatically  in the second  quarter  compared  to last year due to an  improved
business mix and lower operating and SG&A costs.  Offsetting these improvements,
as  mentioned  before,  were  significantly  lower  operating  profits  from our
financial  communications  group, as a result of soft capital markets  activity,
and  from  our  POP  business,  as a  result  of  higher  costs  and  production
inefficiencies resulting from integration-related activities.

Fiscal 1999 Outlook - Dave Bosher
- ---------------------------------

Looking  ahead to the third  quarter and to the  remainder of fiscal  1999,  the
story remains the same as before. We should be able to count on continued strong
performances   from  our  Professional   Communications   sector  and  from  our
packaging/promotional  and graphic solutions groups.  However, our earnings will
be under continued  pressure until there is a material  rebound in transactional
financial printing sales and until we complete the effective  integration of our
POP  operations.  In response to these earnings  pressures,  we have  instituted
aggressive and comprehensive  cost containment  programs across our businesses -
programs that we believe will  positively  affect  profitability  throughout the
second half of fiscal 1999.

<PAGE>

I'd like now to turn the call back over to Steve for some final comments.

Steve....

Conclusion - Steve Gillispie
- ----------------------------

Thank you, Dave.

Like the rest of my colleagues, I am pleased at the results we have been able to
achieve in spite of weak  performance in two business units. We are particularly
encouraged by the steady  upward trend in operating  income and margins from our
Professional   Communications   sector,   the   strong   volume   gains  in  our
promotional/packaging  business,  and the  profitability  improvement  from  our
tactical marketing businesses.

However, as Dave has said, while we expect consistent  quarterly  improvement in
our Financial and POP businesses,  we believe we still have a few more months of
work  before they are fully back on track.  Nevertheless,  we are  committed  to
resolving these  challenges and achieving  improved  profitability in the second
half of our  fiscal  year.  In the  meantime,  we have taken  aggressive  action
throughout Cadmus to reduce costs and to preserve and grow shareholder value.

As we demonstrated again this quarter,  Cadmus is a strong company with a stable
and diverse revenue base. In summary,  we remain  optimistic about the prospects
and markets of our core  strategic  businesses  and will  continue to do what is
required  to sustain our  momentum,  to build on our  strengths,  and to exploit
opportunities to strengthen our market position in selected niche businesses.

Please  note that  certain  of our  comments  here  represent  "forward  looking
statements" and are subject to certain risks and uncertainties.  Those risks and
uncertainties  are set forth in our press  release  and  included  in a Form 8-K
which  will be  filed  shortly  with  the SEC to  which  you  should  refer  for
additional details.

We thank you again for joining us for this morning's call and for your continued
interest and support in Cadmus.  I would now like to open up the session for any
questions you may have for us.


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