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Over the River and Through The Woods

by Joe DiPietro, directed by Wendi Shorkey and Danny Lee

September 30, October 1 and October 6-8 at Blue Ridge Community College Black Box Theatre

Over the River and Through the Woods tells the story of Nick Cristano and his Italian immigrant grandparents. Each week Nick goes over the river into New Jersey to have Sunday dinner with his grandparents. (Just like a good Italian boy should!) But when Nick shows up on a random Thursday to share exciting news, the grandparents aren’t thrilled with what he wanted to share. And so begins a scheme that has consequences they couldn’t see coming.

This hilarious and heart-warming show will have you wondering if your own family is onstage for all to see.

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Working: A Musical

APRIL 28-30 & MAY 5-7

Working – 2012 Revised Version is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.

Crimes of the Heart

MARCH 3-5 AND 10-12, 2023

Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Playservice, Inc.

Barefoot in the Park

NOVEMBER 4-6 AND 11-13, 2022

Produced by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc.

Audition Announcements:

None currently

Lillian Morse Scholarship Information

Learn more about this scholarship and how to apply (or download an application below).

We are excited to announce…

…that our 60th season will be in partnership with Blue Ridge Community College and BRCC Fine Arts, in the Fine Arts Black Box Theatre. This unique opportunity allows us to:

  • offer two weekends of performances in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley/I-81 corridor. This is not something we could ever do when relying on schools for performance space.
  • reimagine our productions more creatively while offering a broad range of theatrical choices
  • access for the student population of BRCC to be a part of the productions and to become active patrons of the arts.

After 60 years of performance in Waynesboro, we know this change will likely catch some off guard, however we are not leaving Waynesboro. Our warehouse on East Main Street is still a vital place of planning, creation, rehearsal, and education. We will still remain an active resource for the community and the many community community organizations and school entities we support. Our goal is to increase our audience and our impact on the Arts in the greater Waynesboro/Augusta area. With your continued and renewed support, we can make that impact together.

BRCC Announcement

Doors open one half hour before curtain. Need Tickets?