310 Gay Street, Washington, Virginia.
Come to the warm, vibrant RAAC Community Theatre in Little Washington and see the season’s outstanding plays. Last year we shivered through a Russian winter with Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya, we cheered a cast of sixty in the holiday spectacle of Alice in Wonderland, and more. There are workshops to learn the art of mask-making, singing, or poetry. Each fall there’s a storytelling event, No Ordinary Person, where people from the community tell amazing stories from their past. They’re coached through the year in the art of storytelling and then present their stories to sell-out crowds.
A group of kids from the Child Care and Learning Center recently visited the theatre to learn about scripts, directing, lighting, sound and makeup.
If you’re intrigued by any aspect of theatre, here’s your chance to become involved. You could help create or produce a new play. We are always seeking community members who would like to try something new. Try your hand at acting, sewing costumes, building sets, work with lighting. No experience or long-term commitment is necessary – most of us started here as beginners and had so much fun we’ve stayed involved.
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