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Prince William Little Theatre

In Manassas, Virginia, Prince William County, the Prince William Little Theatre (PWLT) is a nonprofit community, theatrical group. For more than 30 years, we have been providing high-quality community theatre in Manassas, Virginia, with the help of volunteers, funds from the Prince William County Park Authority, and private donations. We put on high-quality community theatre productions (musicals, plays, dramas, comedies, and one-acts). We started playing at the Hylton Performing Arts Center’s Gregory Family Theater at George Mason University’s Manassas, Virginia, Prince William County campus in 2010 and have been there ever since. Donate to PWLT now and help us continue our work! Website

The Castaways Repertory Theatre

Castaways Repertory Theatre is a non-profit community theatre in Woodbridge, Virginia, presenting plays and musicals. From all over the area and from all walks of life, the group’s members work together to bring high-quality, live theatre to the community. The Castaways have been performing since 1981 and have won numerous awards for their work. They are dedicated to giving back to the community and have a great time doing so. Our goal is to bring high-quality live theatrical performances to our residents and visitors while educating and inspiring them to get involved in the Theatre themselves. Website

Hylton Performing Arts Center

You’ve been a part of my artistic journey for 10 years now. For us in Northern Virginia, this first decade has flown so swiftly, but we know it is just a start. The Prince William County, the City of Manassas, George Mason University, and the Commonwealth of Virginia joined together to build the Hylton Performing Arts Center, as did several individual contributors and community business leaders. Throughout the year, we seek to meet our mission of delivering an exciting and stimulating, important arts experience that develops cultural awareness and integrates the arts into the region’s socio-economic and communal fabric. Website