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!
Announcement # 1 — There will be a staged reading of Waiting for Godot, April 12th – 14th, 2019. Featuring Village Playhouse regulars, Scott Sorensen, Joe Ferrie, Derek Jacobs, Scott Stenstrup & Nicholas Hightdudis, you don’t want to miss this reading of Samuel Beckett’s existential classic. Stay tuned for information about other April events, coming … Continue reading Big things happening at the Village Playhouse in April!
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the April production of Tartuffe has been postponed to August. The show will now run August 2nd – 18th.
Due to the high demand for tickets to see Driving Miss Daisy, we have added an additional performance on Thursday, February 21st at 7:30. At this point in time there are limited tickets available for the performances on Friday February 22nd and Saturday February 23rd. All other performances are sold out. Be sure to get … Continue reading Additional Performance Added for Driving Miss Daisy
Can’t make it to Tartuffe auditions due to the weather? Never fear! We’ll still be there tonight (2.12.2019) for anyone who tries to make it out, but we’ve also added an additional date of MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2019 for anyone who doesn’t want to risk going out in the snow. Looking for 13 actors and … Continue reading Additional audition date added for Tartuffe