• psst … I’m a Realtor! Thanks for stopping by my website. I would love to help you find your dream home and community in the Hampton Roads or Williamsburg area or to sell your existing home. This website is authored by local resident and REALTOR, John Womeldorf. John is known around town as Mr. Williamsburg, for both his extensive knowledge of Hampton Roads and the historic triangle, and his expertise in the local real estate market. His websites, WilliamsburgsRealEstate.com and Mr Williamsburg.com were created as a resource for folks who are exploring a move to Williamsburg, VA , Hampton Roads VA and the surrounding areas of the Virginia Peninsula. On his website you can search homes for sale , foreclosures, 55+ active adult communities, condos and town homes , land and commercial property for sale in Williamsburg, Yorktown, New Kent, Poquoson, and Gloucester, VA as well as surrounding markets of Carrolton, Chesapeake,Gloucester, Hampton, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth Mathews, Newport News Norfolk, Poquoson, Smithfield, , Suffolk, Surry, Va Beach, Yorktown and York County Virginia You can reach John by email John@MrWilliamsburg.com or phone @ 757-254-813

Virginia Shakespeare Festival 2012 in Williamsburg VA

From W&M

Virginia Shakespeare FestivalIn 1753, the Hallam troupe, having broken with London’s New Wells Theatre, arrived in Williamsburg to present The Merchant of Venice, the first professional production of Shakespeare in the New World.

This year  the Virginia Shakespeare Festival in Williamsburg celebrates its 34th annual season. You are invited  to join in this venerable tradition of the Bard in the ‘Burg, this year in the intimate 130 seat Studio Theatre while the main stage is undergoing needed renovations.

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VA Arts Fest 2012

imageThe time has come! All tickets for the Virginia Arts Festival are on sale now—your chance to get best seats for spring performances by Academy Award winning actor Al Pacino, the legendary American Ballet Theatre, Grammy Award winning trumpeter Chris Botti, Banjo virtuoso Bela Fleck, the awe-inspiring Virginia International Tattoo—plus electrifying dance, theater, and music for every taste. Choose from dozens of performances!

The festival runs from April 16 through June 6, 2012  this 16th annual  festival is a star-packed event with performances by opera singer Renee Fleming, actor Al Pacino, jazz trumpeter Chris Botti and violinist Itzhak Perlman.

Click here for a calendar of this years performances across the Hampton Roads Va area

For more information and to order your tickets, visit VaFest.org or call 757 282-2822.

William and Mary Global Film Festival 2012

The William and Mary Global Film Festival (WMGFF) celebrates its fifth anniversary Feb. 16-19, 2012 with the theme, “Film and the City,” which recognizes cinema as both local and global. The festival features films made in and about some of the most iconic cities in the world, while also showcasing smaller, lesser known cities including Williamsburg.

The festival opens at 5:30 p.m. on Feb. 16 with “City Symphonies: Origins and New Beginnings” featuring four documentaries including “A New Olde Town, A World Turned Upside Down: A Williamsburg City Symphony.” At 10:30 p.m., guests enjoy “New York City on Film.”

The Global Film Festival continues at 2:30 p.m. on Feb. 17 with “24speed in the City.” For the eighth Annual W&M 24Speed Filmmaking Contest participating teams will be required to plan, film and edit a short film in a 24-hour period and in accordance with a city-themed directive drawn from a hat. These speedy city films will be screened and judged with a variety of awards being presented. A VIP cocktail party begins at 4 p.m. The day closes at 11 p.m. with a late night special of “City Cult Films from Around the World.”

On Saturday, Feb. 18, the focus shifts to “City Film for the Whole Family” at 11 a.m. At 1 p.m. a student short film competition will be held. During a Filmmakers Roundtable, the theme is a Chinese film special event in conjunction with the launching of the college’s Confucius Institute.

While admission without a VIP pass is $3 for general admission and $2 for William and Mary students to the WMGFF, some events are free.

For more information, call (757) 565-8588 or visit www.kimballtheatre.com

Virginia Shakespeare Festival: The Comedy of Errors

Virginia Shakespeare Festival: The Comedy of Errors
July 6 – 17

imageThe Virginia Shakespeare Festival will open its 33rd Anniversary season this summer with a production of The Comedy of Errors! The Comedy of Errors is one of the Bard’s earlier plays and is clearly based on the old Roman comedy Menaechmi by Plautus. Its story of twin brothers and their twin servants, separated in infancy and now searching for each other is full of farcical action and is Shakespeare’s shortest play.
The Comedy of Errors opens July 6 and plays Wednesday through Saturday evenings at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm, closing on July 17.

Visit the website or call 757-221-2674 for more info.

Hornsby Musical to premiere in Nofolk

Bruce Hornsby One of Williamsburg and Hampton Roads’ biggest pop music stars, Bruce Hornsby, has written a Broadway-style musical and will premiere it next January at the historic Wells Theatre in Norfolk Virginia.

Called "SCKBSTD," the project will be co-produced by the Virginia Stage Company and a New York production company.

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VA Arts Festival-13th Season

frontTOPlogo2009 The Virginia Arts Festival has always offered a strong showing of classical music and dance each spring. But its 13th season now under way has big names in musical theater and country music to add to the mix.
Liza Minnelli performed last Friday, and another of Broadway’s reigning stars, Patti Lupone, will give two cabaret shows May 24 in the Williamsburg Lodge. On the festival’s closing weekend, multi-Grammy winner and country music icon Emmylou Harris joins forces with Patty Griffin, Shawn Colvin and Buddy Miller on May 30 in the Ferguson Center for the Arts.

The festival’s roster of nonclassical artists also includes sitar players Ravi Shankar and his daughter, Anoushka, Tuesday in Chrysler Hall; Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys, May 11 at the Roper Performing Arts Center in Norfolk;
Ballet and contemporary dance lovers have five different companies to choose from this year. Czech National Theatre Ballet is offering an evening of works by contemporary choreographers May 2-3 in the Harrison Opera House. The Mark Morris Dance Group presents Morris’ version of “Romeo and Juliet,” set to Prokofiev’s original score, May 8-10 in Chrysler Hall. The lineup also includes “Ballroom with a Twist” Wednesday in Chrysler Hall, Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company May 16-17 in the Sandler Center for the Performing Arts, and Richmond Ballet May 29-30 in the Ferguson Center.

Three venerable string quartets lead off the chamber music series, with the Kronos Quartet tonight at the NorVa in Norfolk, Jerusalem Quartet Monday in Norfolk’s Ohef Shalom Temple and Tokyo String Quartet May 3 in Norfolk’s Epworth United Methodist Church. Pianist Andre-Michel Schub again will oversee the chamber music programs that will feature appearances by the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio, Miami String Quartet and Imani Winds.

The 7th Annual Festival Williamsburg presented by The VA Arts Festival is being held MAY 21-24, 2009 Travel through time and space—from the hot Latin rhythms of Cuba’s Tiempo Libre to the big band-era sounds of the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, the transcendent majesty of Haydn’s The Creation to the Broadway stylings of the legendary Patti LuPone.

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Renowned choral music director Robert Page will serve as guest conductor of the Virginia Symphony Orchestra for a presentation of Haydn’s enduringly popular sacred masterpiece, The Creation, on Thursday evening at St. Bede Catholic Church. The concert will feature the Robert Page Festival Singers including soloists Elisabeth Turchi, soprano; Amanda Russo, mezzosoprano;
Douglas Ahlstedt, tenor; Craig Verm, baritone; and Andrew Wentzel, bass-baritone.

Friday kicks off with a morning Coffee Concert at Williamsburg Winery featuring astonishing young classical pianist Jie Chen, playing for the first time in the area. Don’t miss the chance to see a star in the making.
On Friday night, go back to the future with Norfolk, Virginia’s own DeLoreans, a five-piece band dedicated to all things ’80s. They’ll play a free concert in New Town at Sullivan Square.

Combining classical training with Latin jazz savvy and dance hall heat, Tiempo Libre will have audiences out of their seats and moving to the beat in the Virginia Room at the Williamsburg Lodge, also on Friday. There’s a reason Miami New Times named them “Hottest Latin Band 2008.” On Saturday, The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, keepers of the big band flame, will swing into the Virginia Room. Don’t miss signature tunes like “I’m Getting Sentimental Over You,” “Marie,” “I’ll Never Smile Again,” “Manhattan Serenade” and many more.

Both the Tiempo Libre and Tommy Dorsey Orchestra shows offer intimate cabaret seating complete with a dance floor. Come prepared to shake it if you got it.
On Sunday, virtuosic pianist André-Michel Schub will lead an afternoon of chamber music classics at Williamsburg Presbyterian Church including Mozart’s Piano Quartet in G minor, K.478; Zwilich’s String Trio; and Fauré’s Piano Quartet in G minor.

Finally, the one and only Tony Award-winning Patti LuPone, best known for her starring roles in Evita and Gypsy, comes to the Williamsburg Lodge for two shows on Sunday evening. Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda, conceived and directed by Scott Wittman, showcases Lupone’s broad range in songs she could have played, should have played, did play and will play.

For more information about these and all Virginia Arts Festival events, including pricing and other details, visit www.vafest.org  or call 757-282-2822.

Tickets are on sale  now and can be purchased by calling 800-982-ARTS or visiting www.vafest.org.

Williamsburg VA Film Series

The “Global Film and Migration” film series and weekend festival in Williamsburg VA features an expansive collaboration of events, invited speakers, and *FREE* film screenings. The series culminates in a week-long festival March 16-22, 2009.

Films, Post-Screening Discussions & Ethnic Food Receptions co-hosted by members of our local immigrant and ethnic communities – all to be held at the Williamsburg Regional Library Theater

 

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First Night 2009 Williamsburg Virginia

Celebrate the New Year in Williamsburg at First Night Williamsburg 2009. Over 65 performing acts are scheduled to provide entertainment throughout the College of William & Mary campus and select locations around Historic Williamsburg. It’s a great event the whole family will enjoy!

Find out more at their website here : http://www.firstnightwilliamsburg.org/

Holiday Concerts December 2009 Colonial Williamsburg Virginia

One of the first question I get asked by clients who are thinking of moving to Williamsburg VA is “What is there to do in Williamsburg ? Are there any concerts or cultural events ? ”  Here is just a sampling of holiday music programs offered by Colonial Wiliamsburg in the upcoming 2009 Christmas Season.  Note that if you live here and have a ” Good Neighbor Pass” a lot of these concerts are free !

The list includes all of the following holiday musical programs  being offered in Colonial Williamsburg this 2009 Holiday Season:

  • Raise a Ruckus. Carson Hudson and his friends explore American folk music and the instruments that Americans have played over the last 400 years. Presented in conjunction with the “Cross Rhythms” exhibition, various folk instruments will be demonstrated with anecdotes and stories. 1:30 and 4 p.m., Friday, Nov. 28 at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum—Hennage Auditorium. Tickets are $6.
  • Christmas Hymns You Thought You Knew. Join John Turner and Michael Monaco in a festive beginning to the holiday season, as they take a fresh look at familiar carols and hymns from Christmases past. Sing familiar words and sometimes unfamiliar tunes accompanied by a variety of instruments including the harpsichord. The concert begins at 4 p.m. on Thursdays, Dec. 4, 11 and 18 at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum—Hennage Auditorium. Tickets are $6.
  • Profound Joy. Multi-instrumentalist Timothy Seaman celebrates the great wonder of the holiday season with early American, old European and new compositions from his recording of the same name. Winter, Christmas and Hanukkah themes are heard in the glowing drama of the extended-range hammer dulcimer and the awe-filled sounds of the low whistle, bamboo flute, mountain dulcimer and psaltery. This hour-long program is held at 4 p.m. on Fridays, Dec. 5, 12 and 19 at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum—Hennage Auditorium. Ticket price is $6.
  • A Grand Illumination Celebration. Timothy Seaman’s Virginia Sky joins The Three Jolly Coachmen for a stupendous serving of upbeat seasonal musical fare. Together they blend striking Celtic melodies on harp, whistles and hammered dulcimer with guitar, banjo, bass and singing in the lively tradition of The Kingston Trio. The unprecedented and colorful family event kicks off Grand Illumination at noon, 2 and 4 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 7 at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum—Hennage Auditorium. Tickets are $10.
  • A String Band Christmas. The Runaway String Band plays a mix of holiday songs and instrumentals from the hills of Appalachia to the sidewalks of New York. String bands in the 1920s-30s played a wide variety of popular songs and tunes. The Runaway String Band continues the tradition of the Virginia string bands, presenting hot instrumentals, three and four-part harmonies and a selection of traditional holiday music and stories from the early 20th century. 1:30 and 4 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 8 and Sunday, Dec. 28 at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum—Hennage Auditorium. Ticket price is $8.
  • Sticks, Strings and Songs. Join Lee Welch, Lance Pedigo and Wayne Hill for holiday music performed on a variety of percussion and string instruments. Enjoy contemporary and traditional settings of holiday favorites in this unique musical offering. 1:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 13 at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum—Hennage Auditorium. Ticket price is $6.
  • A Baroque Christmas. A student ensemble from the College of William and Mary performs Christmas and chamber works of Bach, Handel, Corelli, Vivaldi and others. The ensemble consists of Nick Fitzgerald on baroque violin, Rachael Blake on baroque flute, Jon Brvenik on cello and Alice Real on harpsichord. This hour-long concert begins at 1:30 and 4 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 14 at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum—Hennage Auditorium. Ticket price is $7.
  • A Williamsburg Christmas. Join Trio String Wind—Ardie Boggs, Tim Seaman and Phillip Skeens—for a heartfelt and compelling blend of seasonal music ranging from Celtic through classical with hammered dulcimer, flutes, Celtic harp, guitar, whistles and bodhran. 1:30 and 4 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 21 at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum—Hennage Auditorium. Ticket price is $9.
  • An Acoustic Christmas. Beautiful instrumental arrangements of your favorite Christmas tunes performed on hammered dulcimer and classical guitar by the Miller Rowe Consort from South Carolina. The hour-long program begins at 1:30 and 4 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 29 at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum—Hennage Auditorium. Ticket price is $10.
    Fiddling Away the Holidays. Master fiddler John Turner keeps a Colonial Williamsburg Christmas tradition by singing, playing and reveling in the lighter side of the holiday season. Included is the not-to-be-missed Twelve Days of Christmas as only John and his eclectic collection of whistles and instruments can provide. The hour-long program begins at 4 p.m. on Tuesdays, Dec. 2, 9 and 16.
  • Seller of Songs. Stephen Christoff explores early American music both seasonal and year-round, telling the story of Americans and their struggle for freedom from the 18th century and beyond. Guests will experience both familiar and unfamiliar instruments: the musical saw, octave mandolin, comb and paper, hand-flute, Jew’s harp, spoons and hand-bone. The hour-long program begins at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, Dec. 3, 10 and 17 the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum—Hennage Auditorium. Ticket price is $6.
  • Here We Come a Wassailing. Join Lee Welch and Barry Trott for traditional tunes and tales that celebrate winter and the spirit of the colonial holiday season. Customs and carols abound in good-humored and high-spirited music, sung and performed on a variety of stringed, wind and percussion instruments. The one-hour program begins at 1:30 p.m. on Dec. 6 at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum—Hennage Auditorium. Ticket price is $6.
  • Christmas with the Colonial Singers. Enjoy a Christmas concert of songs, legends and the memories of the Christmas traditions in colonial America. The hour-long program begins at 1:30 and 4 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 20 at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum—Hennage Auditorium. Ticket price is $7.
  • Charting the Holidays. Experience seasonal music from the days of Colonial America. Discover the origins of popular traditions as settlers arrived from the British Isles and Europe, bringing their music and customs to the Colonies. Join Lee Welch, Sarah Glosson and Barry Trott in this engaging holiday show at 1:30 and 4 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 22 at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum—Hennage Auditorium. Ticket price is $8.
  • Colonial and Traditional Music of the Christmas Season. A lively mixture of carols and old wassailing tunes with colonial songs and dance melodies all performed on appropriate period instruments. Musicians and music historians David and Ginger Hildebrand provide commentary between selections to set the scene and illuminate the cultural context of 18th-century music in America. 1:30 and 4 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 26 at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum—Hennage Auditorium. Ticket price is $8.
  • Christmas Music from the Jefferson Collection. Enjoy sonatas, ballads and songs from the musical collection of Thomas Jefferson sung and performed on violin, cello and guitar and narrated by Thomas Jefferson. Join Bill Barker, Lee Welch and Sarah Glosson for the music that Thomas Jefferson collected, played and enjoyed in his travels here and abroad. The hour-long program begins at 1:30 and 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 30 at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum—Hennage Auditorium. Tickets are $10.
  • Whoop and Holler. Musical historian and performer Carson Hudson explores the history of the Virginia banjo from the 18th century to today. Hear music played on reproduction banjos. This hour-long program begins at 1:30 p.m. on Jan. 2.
    European musical holiday traditions are highlighted in the following Colonial Williamsburg programs:
  • St. Andrew’s Day Museum Social. Scottish fiddling master John Turner teams up with singer-guitarist Cliff Williams and fellow Scottish fiddler David Gardener to create a fitting musical tribute on this day honoring Scotland’s patron saint. After the concert, enjoy Scottish-inspired treats in the museum’s café and music throughout the museum. 6 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 30 at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum. Tickets are $25 by November 22, $20 for Good Neighbors by Nov. 22 and $30 when purchased Nov 23-30.
  • Celtic Whispers and the Nativity. Join Ardie Boggs on the Celtic Harp, as she travels through the misty space of time, from Ireland to the Holy Land, tracing the Pagan conversion to Christianity. The concert begins at 4 p.m. on Mondays, Dec. 1 and 15 at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum—Hennage Auditorium. Ticket price is $6.
  • Artisan’s Celtic Wonderland. The trio Artisan—Ardie Boggs, Timothy Seaman and Anne Robinson—brings unique Celtic and seasonal music on two magnificent Celtic harps and virtuosic hammered dulcimers, flutes, whistles and psalteries. Delighting guests with the beautiful holiday sounds of joy and peace, this hour-long program begins at 1:30 and 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 23 at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum—Hennage Auditorium. Ticket price is $9.
  • A European Yuletide. The Virginia Sky Trio—Timothy Seaman, Ann Robinson and Peter Budnikas—celebrates the Christmas sounds of the Europeans who settled America. Enjoy charming and vibrant interpretations performed on hammered dulcimers, Celtic harp, guitar, Highland bagpipes and flutes. 1:30 and 4 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 27 at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum—Hennage Auditorium. Ticket price is $9.
  • Hogmanay: Scottish New Year’s Celebration. Prepare for the beginning of 2009 with John Turner, Cliff Williams and David Gardner, three of Williamsburg’s most talented musicians, as they celebrate Hogmanay with songs and tunes from Scotland. The hour-long program begins at 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 31 at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum—Hennage Auditorium. Ticket price is $9.
    A Colonial Williamsburg admissions ticket, Good Neighbor Card or museums ticket provides access to enjoy these musical programs. A separate ticket is required where indicated.

    Entrance to the museums is through the Public Hospital of 1773 at 326 W. Francis St. Operating hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. For information and reservations call (757) 220-7724. Programs and exhibitions at the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation’s DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum are supported by the DeWitt Wallace Endowment Fund.

    For reservations and more information, call 1-800-HISTORY. or www.History.org

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  • Dance, Music , Ballet, Theater and Arts Opportunities in the Williamsburg/ Hampton Roads Areas of VA

    Dance

    • Chamber Ballet
      120 Waller Mill Road, Williamsburg
      (757) 229-1717
    • Ferguson Center for the Arts
      Christopher Newport University
      50 Shoe Lane, Newport News
      (757) 594-7448
    • Eastern Virginia School for the Performing Arts
      Village Shops at Kingsmill, Route 60, York County (757) 229-8535
    • Hampton Roads Civic Ballet
      4607 & 4218 Victoria Boulevard, Hampton
      (757) 722-8216
    • Old Dominion University Ballet
      Old Dominion University, Elkhorn Avenue and 49th Street, Norfolk
      (757) 683-4486
    • Richmond Ballet
      614 N. Lombardy Street, Richmond
      (804) 359-0906
    • Terpsichoreans
      Hampton University
      (757) 727-5317
    • Tidewater Dance Theatre
      Greenwood Shopping Cente
      2513 W. Mercury Boulevard, Hampton
      (757) 826-3333
    • Debbi Evans Dance Center
      Warwick Blvd. & Deep Creek Road, Newport News
      (757) 930-3444
    • Virginia Ballet Theatre
      134 W. Olney Road, Norfolk
      (757)622-4822
    • William and Mary Dance
      College of Willliam and Mary
      Room 401, Adair Building, Williamsburg
      (757) 221-2785

    Music

    • Cantata Chorus of Norfolk
      Christ & St. Luke’s Church
      560 West Olney Road, Norfolk
      (757) 627-5665
    • Capriole
      (757) 220-1248
    • The Chamber Music Society of Williamsburg
      Williamsburg Regional Library
      515 Scotland Street, Williamsburg
      (757) 220-2821
    • F. Ludwig Diehn Concert Series
      (757) 683-3020
    • Ewell Recital Series
      (757) 221-1000
    • Gloucester Choral Society
      (757) 886-1313
    • Feldman Chamber Music Society
      Olney Road and Mowbray Arch, Norfolk
      (757) 623-6959
    • Hampton Arts Commission Great Performers Series
      Hampton University’s Ogden Hall
      (757) 722-2787
    • Hampton University Musical Arts Society
      Hampton University’s Ogden Hall
      (757) 727-5691
    • Middle Peninsula Community Concerts Association
      Gloucester High School
      (804) 693-3025
    • Norfolk Chamber Consort
      (757) 440-1803
    • Peninsula Concert Band
      (757) 877-2836
    • Portsmouth Community Concerts Association
      Willett Hall, 3701 Willett Avenue, Portsmouth
      (757) 393-5144
    • Publick Times Chorus of Sweet Adelines
      (757) 566-3933
    • Ramseur Concert Series
      Christopher Newport University in Newport News
      (757) 594-7552
    • Tidewater Classic Guitar Society
      Hampton Roads. (757) 566-3304
    • Tidewater Performing Arts Society
      (757) 627-2314
    • Virginia Choral Society
      (757) 851-9114
    • Virginia Chorale
      (formerly McCullough Chorale)
      (757) 627-8375
    • Virginia Opera
      Harrison Opera House
      Llewellyn Avenue & Virginia Beach Boulevard, Norfolk
      (757) 627-9545
    • The Virginia Symphony
      (757) 623-8590
    • William and Mary Concert Series
      College of William and Mary’s Phi Beta Kappa Memorial Hall
      (757) 221-3269
    • Williamsburg Symphonia
      (757) 229-9857
    • Williamsburg Women’s Chorus
      (757) 220-1537
    • York River Orchestra
      (757) 898-4489
    • Yorktown Chorale
      (757) 890-3158

    Theater

    • Broadway at Chrysler Hall
      (757) 622-0288
    • CNU Players
      Christopher Newport University in Newport News
      (757) 594-7552
    • Commonwealth Musical Stage
      Virginia Beach Pavilion Theatre
      (757) 340-5446
    • Court House Players
      (804) 693-0129
    • Founders Inn Dinner Theatre
      5641 Indian River Road, Virginia Beach
      (757) 366-5749
    • Hampton Players & Company
      Hampton University
      (757) 727-5402
    • Penninsula Community Theatre
      Newport News
      (757) 595-5728
    • Poquoson Island Players
      (757) 881-9797
    • Smithfield Little Theatre
      (757) 357-7338
    • Virginia Company of Comedians
      Colonial Williamsburg
      (757) 220-7041
    • Virginia Shakespeare Festival
      College of William and Mary
      (757) 221-2674
    • Virginia Stage Company
      Wells Theatre, 108 E. Tazewell Street, Norfolk
      (757) 627-6988
    • William and Mary Theatre
      (757) 221-2660
    • Williamsburg Players
      James-York Playhouse
      (757) 229-1697

    Arts Organizations

    • Business Consortium for Arts Support
      (757) 625-8163
    • Cultural Alliance of Greater Hampton Roads
      (757) 889-9479
    • Young Audiences of Virginia
      (757) 466-7555