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Little Theatre of Virginia Beach

Located in Virginia Beach’s Resort district, the Little Theatre of Virginia Beach is a non-profit, all-volunteer community theatre. Come see what we have going on all year long! Website

Sandler Center for the Performing Arts

A concert by violin master Itzhak Perlman marked the official opening of the Sandler Center for the Performing Arts on November 3, 2007. The Sandler Center began to take shape in 2001 as a response to the rising need in Virginia Beach for a high-quality arts and entertainment facility. Website

Wells Theatre

With 1,650 seats, 12 boxes, and three balconies, the Theatre’s initial capacity was 1,650. The upper balcony had its entrance and box office as a “For Negro Audiences Only” balcony. As a result of a steps system, waiters from Wong Ping’s Chinese Restaurant could serve guests on the second-floor roof garden before and after shows. Doumar’s Cones and BBQ’s original location in Norfolk was in the lower lobby facing Tazewell Street. Attractions from Broadway, off-Broadway and other top theatres around the nation and the film and television industries have made VSC a highly regarded regional theatre company. A Midsummer Night’s Dream with the Virginia Symphony, the world premiere of Tony Award-winning musical The Secret Garden, Steven Schwartz’s Snapshots, and Lanie Robertson’s Nobody Lonesome for Me are just a few of the recent highlights. Virginia Stage Company presents the yearly holiday classics A Christmas Carol and The Santaland Diaries as part of their main stage subscription schedule, including six shows (with special midday performances for students). The department’s Education & Community Engagement Division offers many school tours and instructional activities to students all across the Hampton Roads area. We have infrared listening devices, signed performances, and wheelchair accessibility. We can offer these services. VSC’s mission is to improve the lives of the people of Hampton Roads via the creation of dramatic art of the greatest quality in all its programmes. Website

Little Theatre of Norfolk

The Little Theatre of Norfolk stands out in Norfolk’s Chelsea district because of its bright red exterior. Since 1926, Little Theatre of Norfolk has been functioning as a non-profit community theatre in Norfolk, Virginia. During the early days of the Little Theatre Movement, the organization was based out of a disused horse stable on York Street in downtown Toronto. Founded in 1949, Little Theatre of Norfolk has developed into a 186-seat theatre with a new floor, producing complete mainstage seasons, educational seminars, and community events, as well as awarding an annual scholarship. Website

Virginia Stage Company

A group of Hampton Roads residents who wanted to see live Theatre become a part of the cultural fabric of the region created Virginia Stage Company in 1978. A National Historic Landmark, the Wells Theatre in downtown Norfolk was chosen as VSC’s headquarters. Website

The Hurrah Players

We are a 501 (c) 3 not-for-profit company, Virginia’s Leading Family Theatre Company, devoted to uniting and advancing communities via accessible, high-quality, family-friendly performances and educational opportunities. Website