where your imagination is the only limit to what can be achieved.
I have always enjoyed working with the people at Village Playhouse. They have included some of my works in their One Act Play festival and have always done a great job with it. They do a great job of community outreach, giving writers, directors and actors a chance to come together and put together great plays.
So proud of the playhouse’s ongoing efforts to showcase playwrights, directors, actors and crew, experienced and new. A testament to the importance of community theater and the arts!
Due to rising production costs, the Village Playhouse is raising its ticket prices for the 2019-2020 season. New pricing: Adults – $19 Students/Seniors – $17 Flex Tickets $95 (6 tickets for the price of 5) Groups of 10 or more – $15 each (when purchased together in advance) Members will still receive half off on … Continue reading Ticket Prices for 2019-2020 Season
So you’ve seen the posts about the Village Playhouse’s upcoming production of Tartuffe and are a little confused — What do they mean by “Enhanced Staged Reading”? You’re not alone in that confusion. So here’s a helpful guide on what to expect: Expect full 17th century costumes, designed by (the award winning!) Nikki Maritch Expect … Continue reading Enhanced Staged Reading — A guide
The Clean House by Sarah Ruhl Romantic Comedy – The whimsical tale of a Brazilian maid who would rather be a comedian. Auditions for the Village Playhouse production of The Clean House will be July 22nd & 23rd, 2019 6:30 – 8:00 PM, or by appointment if unable to make those times. Looking for (3) W ages … Continue reading Auditions – The Clean House
Congratulations to all the 2019 Footlights Award winners, especially Andre Lee Ellis, who won Outstanding Lead Performer in a Play for the role of Hoke in Driving Miss Daisy.