Spring Production Postponed
The White River Valley Players have decided to postpone their spring production, Triple Play, originally scheduled for April 3 and 4 in the Rochester Auditorium. This decision was based on the Rochester select-board's suggestion that all non-essential public events be cancelled, avoided, or postponed for the next 30 days.
We are hoping to reschedule Triple Play for late spring, when we can bring this lighthearted collection of short plays, music, and poetry to the auditorium stage. Intermission desserts from Sandy's Books and Bakery will be available at each of the 3 performances. This show will be a sure-fire antidote to the period of social distancing we're all now experiencing! Keep an eye on this space for information regarding new dates for the Players' spring production.
THE WHITE RIVER VALLEY PLAYERS
to our ANNUAL MEETING, held again at
HUNTINGTON HOUSE INN, ROCHESTER, VT
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 6:30 – 8:30
Please join us in the dining room of Huntington House Inn for drinks*
and sweet & savory snacks
At 6:30 on Thursday, February 6
We’ll have a very brief business meeting,
Plus Door Prizes, Music, and a Preview of 2020!
COME IN FROM THE COLD (it’s probably going to be!)
and ENJOY A WARM & COZY PLAYERS’ GATHERING
We look forward to seeing you there!
*Alcoholic drinks may be purchased from the bar
You may wish to arrive early and enjoy heartier fare in
Doc’s Tavern before the Annual Meeting
Want to be part of our Spring Show?
"Who Are We This Time?"
An Evening of One-Act Plays
The production will consist of three one-act plays: Key Lime Pie by Jason Milligan (directed by Janine Reeves); A Good Night's Sleep by Mindy Branstetter (directed by Mindy Branstetter); and Who Am I This Time? by Christopher Sergal, based on a short story by Kurt Vonnegut (directed by Erica Robinson.) Large, medium, and small roles are available for women, men, and teens. Performances will take place in the spring in the Rochester School Auditorium. Auditions to be announced.
If you'd like to be part of the production, contact producer MaryBeth Deller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are a community theater group, run by volunteers.
Over the years we’ve done a huge range of shows, everything from Broadway musicals to Brecht. We’ve done full-length plays and evenings of original one-acts and produced events that focus on community building and performance such as our annual Harvest Fair (a fall fair on our town green, with a full day of live entertainment, arts and crafts, food, a flower show, children’s activities, and a lot more) which has been a tradition on the first weekend after Labor Day since 1987.
One of our goals is to share our love of theater
We invite you to see one of our shows, attend one of our events, or join us on-stage or off to experience the magic of community theater.
JOIN US FOR OUR NEXT PRODUCTION
Our events for 2020 will be coming soon!