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Vienna Theatre Company
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The Vienna Theatre Company presents spring, summer, and winter productions each year at the Vienna Community Center.

The Vienna Theatre Company was started in 1974 by Norman Chaudet, who directed drama at James Madison High School. "Norm" formed the VTC after many students, whom he directed, wanted to continue to work with him after their graduation and his retirement. 

After several years of working with the Vienna Department of Parks and Recreation, under Jud Hockman and Barbara Gatterdam, the company was officially chartered by the Town in 1982.

VTC grew by leaps and bounds over the next few years, bringing in an abundance of talent on stage and behind the curtain. The company continues to blossom under sponsorship of the Town of Vienna.

Today, Vienna Theatre Company is the resident, non-profit performing company at the Vienna Community Center. VTC provides opportunities to participate in theater as a viewing audience or as working members of a local theater company dedicated to fine entertainment in the best traditions of community theater.




Vienna Theatre Company's Fall Production

In Living Sound

Enjoy episodes from three American classic radio series of different genres: light hearted comedy, detective and sci fi drama all replete with live sound effects and the occasional funny hat. As a gift to our patrons, these shows will be free of charge. Shows will be presented both in person at the Vienna Community Center and via Zoom. 

Featured Shows are from the following series: X Minus One, Gunsmoke, and Sam Spade:

X Minus One- Mars is Heaven (May 9, 1955)

It's 1987 and humanity has finally landed on Mars. But Mars is not what the explorers were expecting and it's very familiar.

Gunsmoke- Chester's Dilemma (January 31, 1960)

A warm, humorous celebration of human nature set soon after the arrival of the railroad in the wild frontier town of Dodge City, Kansas, during the settlement of the American West. 

Sam Spade- The Bloody Caper (September 29, 1946)

The first episode of the hard-boiled detective series based on the character created by the American write Dashiell Hammett in his 1930 novel 'The Maltese Falcon.' 

Performance Dates 
at the Vienna Community Center:

Following COVID-19 Safety Measures recommended by the Event Safety Alliance, CDC, Fairfax County Health Department, and the Governor's office including:
-Sanitization and thorough disinfecting of all seating and rooms before and after each performance
-Face Coverings Required 
-Social Distancing Enforced, thorough hand washing or use of sanitizer encouraged
-All participants required to sign a health release form upon arriving for events. 
If you would like to know more about the COVID-19 safety practices the Vienna Community Center is practicing please review their reopening guide

Fridays: October 23 and October 30 at 7 pm

Saturday October 24 and October 31 at 2 pm 

Seating is limited to 21 people. Reserve your tickets early by visiting the Vienna Community Center during open hours

Virtual Live Performances

Available online via zoom. The link will be posted at 6 pm the day of the performance or you can email to receive an email. 

Saturday October 24 and 31 at 7 pm

*All performances are offered free of charge but donations are appreciated.

More information is available at Vienna Theatre Company's website.  


Vienna Theatre Company Winter Production

More information coming soon. Check back here for updates.