Archive for April, 2008

Our 46th Season

Wayside Theatre has been doing theatre in the Shenandoah Valley for 46 seasons and we got a chance to sit down with the staff, interns and actors of Wayside Theatre and talk to them about their most memorable moments.

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Driving Miss Daisy

Wayside Theatre revisits the past with its latest production of Driving Miss Daisy under the direction of Warner Crocker (Artistic Director).  The classic play, written by Alfred Uhry, follows the social relationships caused by racism in Atlanta, Georgia during the 1980s.

We got a chance to sit down with the cast of Driving Miss Daisy and talk to them about this play and what its like working on a challenging yet delicate production.

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We’re back!

After a previous two installments, the Sanders Family is back for a third. We got to sit down the actors/musician of those three shows and ask a few questions. It’s an upclose and personal interview of the ever-loved Sanders Family Musicians.

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Star-crossed Teens

Wayside Theatre isn’t reinventing the wheel but we are trying something new through the Education Department under Sarah E. Blackwell. Opening within a few short hours after I submit this post, Wayside Theatre will open Romeo & Juliet with local teenagers from around the Middletown/Front Royal area. The runs thru March 29, call the box office for more information. (540)869-1776

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