Windmore’s StageWorks program is a community theatre group that provides experiences on the stage and behind the scenes for adults, teens, and children. Our theatrical and musical productions offered opportunities in performing, working backstage, designing and constructing sets, making costumes, applying make-up, and working with lights and sound equipment. The group produces theatrical performances, offers educational classes, and networks with local ensembles.
The popular shows frequently sell out to full houses. Recent productions include You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, Salt and Pepper, Vintage Hitchcock and after two sell-out shows, a second run of the summer 2018 production of Southern Fried Funeral was scheduled.
The coordinator for StageWorks is Jessica Mahr. Jessy has a Master’s degree in Arts Management and a Bachelor’s degree in technical theater. She was a founding board member of StageWorks when it was started in 2009. She has worked as a theatre teacher at the Madeira School and stage-managed professionally at a number of theatres in the DC area. She has over 20 years of experience in theatre production.
Interested in community theatre? Let us know! Email or call Windmore at 540-547-4333.
Calendar of Events
|1/8-1/22||10-12||Nail the Perfect Audition Workshop||12-18||Windmore Office||$75 Members $80 Nonmembers|
|TBD||Winter Production Auditions||Windmore Office|
|3/25-27||Winter Production Performance||TBD|
StageWorks News & Events
Become A Christmas Story sponsor. Individual and Business Sponsorship Opportunities are available.
Tickets are on sale NOW. Ho Ho Ho!
Acting Through Song Class September 18. Register now.
Tickets are on sale for the two performances of Singin’ in the Rain, Jr. on October 23th at Epiphany School.
Tickets On Sale. StageWorks will perform The Emerald Heist by Israel Allen on August 14 and 15 at The Sangria Bowl.
Come for an evening of improv “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” style. July 18 the from 6PM-8PM Jackleg Sandwich Company
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