Windmore’s StageWorks Theater is a community theater group that provides on and off-stage opportunities for adults, teens, and children. The popular shows frequently sell out to full houses. The group produces theatrical performances, offers educational classes, and networks with local ensembles. Recent productions include You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, Salt and Pepper and is preparing a summer 2018 production of Southern Fried Funeral.
CONGRATULATIONS CAST AND CREW TO A WONDERFUL PRODUCTION
IN OLD TOWN WARRENTON, VA
CONGRATULATIONS TO CAST AND CREW! THE AUDIENCE VERY MUCH ENJOYED THE PRODUCTION FOR THIS SOLD OUT EVENT!
WINDMORE STAGEWORKS THEATER PROGRAM PRESENTED
“SALT AND PEPPER” ON APRIL 29, 2017 AT NARMADA WINERY
Salt and Pepper Image Credit: Logo Design by Katherine Hansen
The StageWorks program of Windmore Foundation for the Arts presents the musical, “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown”. A cast of 18 local youth have been selected by the audition committee. Directed by Adriana Bustamante, performances will be on October 22 and October 23, 2016. More information will be posted soon including ticket purchasing options.
The StageWorks program of Windmore Foundation for the Arts is holding auditions in Culpeper, Virginia for youth ages 6 through 14 to act, sing, and dance in the musical, “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown”. Director Adriana Bustamante seeks a cast of up to 20 youth. Auditions will take place on Monday August 8 and Wednesday August 10 at the Culpeper Baptist Church from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Preference is for youth to arrive with a prepared song (bring a CD or website link with your track). A headshot, resume, and monologue are also suggested but not necessary. Callbacks will be on Friday August 12, 2016. Performance dates will be Saturday October 22 and Sunday October 23. Stage crew positions are also available. Culpeper Baptist Church (courtyard entrance) is located at 318 S. West Street in Culpeper. For more information visit: www.windmorefoundation.org, email email@example.com, or call 540-445-1096. See you at the auditions!
Salt and Pepper was a complete success with sold out performances!
Stay tuned for our next production announcement and auditions.
SALT AND PEPPER
a play about aging with grace, courage and humor
PRESENTED BY WINDMORE’S STAGEWORK’S PROGRAM
Written by Robert Benjamin
Directed by Johncie Flannagan Carlson
Saturday June 11, 2016 at 2 pm – State Theatre in Culpeper, Virginia
Sunday June 12, 2016 at 2 pm – Prince Michel Winery in Leon, Virginia
State Theatre is handling ticket sales for both venues
Tickets $15. To order tickets for either venue, click on the dates above or
visit www.culpepertheatre.org or call 540-829-0292
(Please do not contact Prince Michel Winery regarding tickets)
Further questions? Contact Windmore Foundation for the Arts:
Physicist-turned-playwright Robert Benjamin’s Salt and Pepper a play consisting of seven scenes about aging with grace, courage and humor. For additional information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 540-547-4333. Tickets on sale for both venues through the State Theatre box office: www.culpepertheatre.org.
A Community Forum on “Anti-Bullying”
Wednesday May 4, 2016
State Theatre in Culpeper, Virginia
More information and to purchase tickets:
Information about “TIME FILES”
A One Act Play by Brown Cardwell
Performances were October 3 and 4, 2014
StageWorks was proud to present TIME FILES, an original, one-act play featuring ten cast members and one skilled director, Brown Cardwell. Ms. Cardwell worked for many years in theatre and film in the Washington, Baltimore, and New York areas. Her original plays, dance concerts, and cabaret work have appeared in many well-known theater venues. Her background is rich in the creative arts, to include directing, choreography, film and literature. She served on the Boards of the Actors Center of Washington and American Women in Film (AFI-Kennedy Cente and is a past member of both the BMI Lehman Engle Advanced Musical Theat Workshop and the BMI Librettist Workshop in New York City. Guild and union memberships included AFTRA, Screen Actors Guild, Actors Equity Association, the Playwrights’ Forum of Washington, the Dramatist Guild of America, and the Paris Writers’ Workshop.
TIME FILES was developed in the Playwrights Forum of Washington, D.C. and received a staged reading as part of the Sourceworks New Plays Program at the Source Theatre in Washington. A fuller version of the play was later produced in New York City by Love Creek Productions at the 42nd Street Theatre.
Many of the cast members had never experienced the stage before and are thriving with this opportunity to tell their character’s story. The youngest of the group is in his teens and a local high school student while the oldest is in his 70s. Each offer his and her own unique talent and gifts to this production.
StageWorks meets the second Tuesday of each month at St. Stephens Church Parish Hall. It is recommended that you enter the church grounds from the rear of the church on Commerce St. The Parish Hall is on the second floor. We are looking for a few good actors, directors, stage crew, musicians, and everyone else to bring local live theater to Culpeper!!!
They are also beginning to partner with Rappahannock Theatre. They are also partnering with Touchstone Studios and Char James, Director to offer readings, learning experiences, and fun.
If you are interested in any of these events, call 540-547-4333 or contact email@example.com.
StageWorks Culpeper has provided experiences on the stage and behind the scenes. Our theatrical and musical productions offered opportunities for members interested in performing, working backstage, designing and constructing sets, making costumes, applying make-up, and working with lights and sound equipment.