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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 Winter Production

Leading Ladies

Written by Ken Ludwig

Directed by Eleanore Tapscott

Produced by Jessie Roberts

This romantic farce centers on two D-list English actors, Jack and Leo, who find themselves so down on their luck that they are performing 'Scenes from Shakespeare' on the Moose Lodge circuit in the Amish Country of Pennsylvania in the 1950's. When they hear that an old lady in York, PA is about to die and leave two-thirds of her fortune to her two long lost English nephews Max and Steve, they resolve to pass themselves off as these beloved relatives and get the cash. When they discover that 'Max' and 'Steve' are really 'Maxine' and 'Stephanie,' they continue undaunted in drag. Complicating matters, Leo falls head over heals in love with the old lady's niece, Meg, heir to the other third of the fortune, and Jack falls in love with Audrey, a friend of the old lady's family, necessitating that they both play the nieces and themselves. Meg, who is engaged to the local stuffy minister, knows there's a wide world out there, but it's not until she meets 'Maxine' and 'Stephanie' that she finally gets a taste of it. What follows is a classic, farcical pastiche full of deceptions, romances, chaos, and lots of quick costume changes.  

Performance Dates:

Friday and Saturday January 17, 18, 24, 25, 31 and February 1 
• 8 p.m.

Sunday, January 26 and February 2 
• 2 p.m.

All performances and auditions are at the Vienna Community Center.  

Tickets:
Tickets may be purchased for $15 at the Vienna Community Center or online at viennava.gov/webtrac. Tickets go on sale November 4, 2019.  

Online Ticket Sales Instructions:
1- Go to viennava.gov
2- Click on the Parks & Rec Registration box under the slideshow at the top right. 
3- Click on the link (WebTrac) to online registration. 
4- Log-in (or if you have not used WebTrac in the past- create an account). 
5- From the "Search" drop-down list in the top green bar select "Ticket Calendar' or "Ticket Search."
6- Pick the date of the performance you wish to purchase tickets for. 
7- Use the shopping cart and proceed to checkout.
8- Receipt and ticket(s) will be sent to you via email.    


Vienna Theatre Company Children's Production
Cinderella

Written by Ruth Newton

Directed by Scott Olson

The Vienna Theatre Company is bringing theatre for young people to the Vienna area with it's production of the beloved fairy tale, Cinderella. But it will have a few twists in it. Bring the kids- of all ages- to see this joyous tale of triumph rising from the ashes- or in this case- cinders.

Tickets:
Tickets are available for $15 and will only be available for purchase at the door on the days of the events. 

Performance Dates:

Saturday January 25 and February 1 • 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.

All performances and auditions are at the Vienna Community Center.