This year’s first production is “Glory Bea: A Shenandoah Christmas Story” by Rich Follett and Larry Dahkle.

Production Dates:

  • Friday, December 10 @ 7:00pm-9:30pm
  • Saturday, December 11 @ 7:00pm-9:30pm
  • Sunday, December 12 @ 3:00pm-5:30pm
  • Friday, December 17 @ 7:00pm-9:30pm
  • Saturday, December 8 @ 7:00pm-9:30pm
  • Sunday, December 19 @ 3:00pm-5:30pm

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Upcoming Productions

Glory Bea: A Shenandoah Christmas Story

SYNO PSIS: It is 1930’s in the Shenandoah Valley and the Depression has hit the Valley residents hard. Families need work and the CCC is providing jobs creating the Skyline Drive on the Blue Ridge. Promises are made. The Pineville Christmas Eve pageant will not be complete without its Christmas Cedar Tree. But, the blizzard of ’33 is causing havoc on the family members trying to get home for Christmas through the blinding snowstorm. It’s Christmas Eve – anything is possible on Christmas Eve. Hard times, an argument over a tree, a baby born at Christmas, a little girl lost in the snow, redbirds and angels…and a miraculous homecoming.

  • Performance Dates:
    • Friday, December 10 & 17 at 7pm
    • Saturday, December 11 & 18 at 7pm
    • Sunday, December 12 & 19 at 3pm


Terms of Endearment

SYNOPSIS: Challenges in life and love test the resilience of a mother-daughter relationship in Dan Gordon’s adaptation of Terms of Endearment, based on the book by Pulitzer Prize-winner Larry McMurtry and James L. Brooks’s screenplay of the Oscar-winning film. Though Emma is often exasperated by her highly-opinionated mother, Aurora, they talk every day about their problems, from Aurora finding unexpected love even as she becomes a reluctant grandmother, to Emma’s struggle in her troubled marriage. But when they need one another most, will they be able to find courage in each other? This funny and touching story captures the delicate, sometimes fractured bonds between mothers and daughters, husbands and wives, and lovers, both old and new.

  • Auditions: Monday, December 13 & Tuesday, December 14 @ 6pm-9pm

Master Classes

4-Part MasterClass: Acting, Level 1

In this master class, actors explore the art of acting while developing their physical and
vocal awareness. Discovering oneself as an actor, builds a strong foundation of basic
acting skills. There are three levels to this master class.

  • Friday, October 1, 8, 15, and November 5 at 1pm-2pm
  • William H. McCoy Theater
  • Must attend all 4 sessions

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2-Hour MasterClass: Alexander Technique

The Alexander Technique is a mind/body method that teaches actors how to release
unnecessary stress and tension in themselves, thereby allowing for availability of their
most natural and authentic responses in performances and in daily living. Actor’s become
familiar with their body, breath and voice to better adapt or embody a characters’ unique

  • Monday, October 25 at 6pm-8pm
  • William H. McCoy Theater

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