2016 Summer Productions

 

 

Monday, July 11,  is picture day. All actors need to wear their StageLights t-shirts.

Act I, Scene II check-in begins Monday, July 11th at 8:45. A short parent meeting will be held at 9am.

James and the Giant Peach rehearsals are Monday-Thursday 5:30-8:30 at the Williamsburg Library Theatre.

 Tickets are now on sale for Disney’s Alice in Wonderland, Jr., and James and the Giant Peach.  Download the ticket request form here. 2016 StageLights Theatre Ticket Request  Forms can be mailed to StageLights Theatre, PO Box 1910, Williamsburg, VA or emailed to stagelightstheatre@gmail.com.

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Williamsburg Library Theatre

Friday, July 15, 7:00pm

Saturday, July 16, 7:00pm

Tickets $8, Children 2 and under free

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Williamsburg Library Theatre

Friday, July 29, 7:00pm

Saturday, July 30, 2:00pm

Saturday, July 30, 7:00pm

Tickets $8, Children 2 and under free

Friends and Family Productions 

Warhill High School Theatre

Stories Under the Big Top

Act II production of Stories Under The Big Top

Friday, July 22nd at 11:00am

The Ugly Duckling

Act I, Scene I production of The Ugly Duckling

Friday, July 15th at 3pm

Act I, Scene I production of The Ugle DUckling

Friday, July 22nd at 10:45am

StageLights, Williamsburg’s Premier Childrens’ Theatre, was established in 1993 as an educational, non-profit, musical theatre program for young people interested in theatre arts.  In our summer workshops, we teach young people the techniques of acting, voice, dance, and stagecraft and strive to increase their appreciation of theatre. StageLights is an educational, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mark A. Salsman Memorial Scholarship

Mark A Salsman

In memory of Mark Salsman, July 7, 2000 – April 22, 2013

All of us have a desire to make a difference in this world. This is true with children as well. Few have been as successful as our son, Mark. In his brief twelve years, the little boy with the light brown hair, big brown eyes, and the sweetest voice in the world charmed all who knew him.
God gives children with cancer something extra. Mark used his extra to bring joy and happiness to everyone he met. Mark was a mixture of charisma, creativity, charm, toughness, and swagger. We loved him from the day he was born. We know that Mark is with God now and he will be forever joyful. For us, Mark will be forever unforgettable.
–Scott Salsman

Mark appeared in the 2012 three-week workshop production of Paul Sill’s Story Theatre directed by Beth Wigley. He is survived by his parents, Scott and Sharon Salsman, and brothers, Paul and John. In his memory, StageLights, Williamsburg’s Theatre for Children is creating a scholarship to be awarded annually to a child participating in the three-week workshop.
Please make your donations payable to StageLights. PO Box 1910, Williamsburg, VA 23187.