Waterworks Players announces their next production: The Vagrant, directed by Greg Tsigaridas and written by Brett Hursey, professor of Creative Writing at Longwood University.
As I walked into the Waterworks theater on the evening of Thursday, October 12, I was greeted by enthusiastic cast members who welcomed me and made me feel like my presence was somehow an important part of the upcoming experience.
The Waterworks Players’ next production is Lorraine Mason’s “Puss in Boots.”
“Godspell,” which opens October 13th, will be the first Waterworks musical in three years. It will be a first for director Kolby Logue as well.
Something old, something new, something brought back: The Waterworks Players’ 2023-24 season will feature some of each of these.
Have you been to a swamp lately? Well now you have a chance to visit a very mysterious swamp.
Auditions will be held at the Waterworks Theatre on August 6th & 7th at 7 p.m. Please prepare 32 bars from a musical of your choice. And prepare a one-minute upbeat monologue.
From his debut six years ago as Anthony Marsden in the Agatha Christie thriller “And Then There Were None” to his most recent appearance as Jack Merriwell in the melodrama “Adrift in New York,” Elijah Logue has become a familiar presence on the Waterworks stage. With “Wiley and the Hairy Man,” Waterworks’ upcoming production, he is taking on a very different role: First-Time Director.
Adrift in New York (or Her First False Step) by Addison Augler is directed by Granville Scott and assistant directed by Melissa Meinhard. Their direction, combined with the stage management of Michelle Fenton and Geraldine Mongold, sets up a hilarious and entertaining story with twists and turns galore.
Waterworks Production of Same Time Next Year (directed by Billy Tucker) is a sentimental dance thru time bursting with a genuine affection that you can feel the minute you step into the theater.