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Vienna Theatre Company
Grand Night
Photo Credit: Harold Bonacquist
The Vienna Theatre Company presents spring, summer, and winter productions each year at the Vienna Community Center (or other location while the center is being renovated).

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 (currently under renovation) 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 Winter Production
Vienna Theatre Company Presents
Eclectic Essential...Relationships" - an evening of one acts



"For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls"
By Christopher Durang
Directed by Haley Murphy
In this parody of "The Glass Menagerie" the fading southern belle, Amanda, tries to prepare her hyper-sensitive, hypochondriac son Lawrence for the feminine caller.

For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls is presented by Special Arrangement with Dramatist Play Service, 440 Park Avenue, South, New York, NY 10016.


"Death Be Not Loud"
By Thierry Sagnier
Directed by Stuart Fischer
A husband reads in the obituary section of the newspaper that his wife is dead.  He and others refuse to believe otherwise even though the wife is still very much present and alive.

"Capsmittment"
By Jean Koppen
Directed by Juli Blacker
An issue comes up between two devoted ice hockey fans.  Will this development destroy their bromance-or enhance it?

"One Click Away"
By Dean Fiala
Directed by Sue Bevins
Fed up with the dating process Jenna seeks a more permanent solution with the help of the Internet.



Show Dates and Times:
January 19, 20, 26, 27 February 2, 3  - 8 p.m.
January 28 and February 4- 2 p.m.

Ticket Price:
$14

Tickets go on sale December 11.