Oak Grove Theater

Playing in the Woods since 1954

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WANTED – Directors with Play Proposals for the 2015 Season

When: Now until December 1, 2014
Where: Oak Grove Theater |
P O Box 3040 | Staunton, Virginia 24402

Oak Grove is accepting play proposals for our 2015 season. We will accept four dramatic and /or comedic plays and one musical for the season. If you have a show you would like to direct or produce please let us know! The play dates are the weeks of May 28th, June 18th, July 9th, July 30st and August 20st. It's great to have as much information together as possible: Play, time slot, producer, etc. These are proposals not suggestions.

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Oak Grove Theater

Oak Grove Theater is a community theater group that performs an annual five play summer season. The plays are performed at night, out-of-doors, at beautiful Oak Grove just outside of Verona, Virginia. Please feel free to come picnic at the Grove before the sun sets and the play begins.

The season begins the last weekend in May and ends the last weekend in August. Patrons must subscribe to the entire 5 play season. Single play tickets are not available.

Oak Grove’s productions open on a Thursday night. Each show has a seven consecutive night run. All performances begin at 8:45pm sharp. Please be punctual and be seated by 8:40pm as a courtesy to other subscribers and the play’s cast and crew.

Oak Grove Theater is a non-profit organization that is supported entirely by season subscriptions. Please subscribe to Oak Grove Theater this year and enjoy five wonderful performances.

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It has been 50 years since Fletcher and Margaret Collins carved a performance area out of the Verona woods and scattered upon it some of the finest plays and performances ever seen in a venue of its size and location. Here, nestled among the stands of towering oak trees and rhododendrons, reposes one of our area’s most brilliant theatrical jewels and valuable community resources.”

Charles Culbertson
From Footlights and Spotlights – 2003