Join us for Summer 2021 at the Villagers Theatre! The Villagers Summer Theatre Arts Program is dedicated to enriching the lives of young performers in the arts through education, innovation, and personal creativity. We seek to inspire individual expression and ensemble teamwork, encourage and foster self-confidence and risk-taking, and provide theatrical experiences and knowledge in … Read more
Schoolhouse Rock Live! April 14 – 22, 2007 Book by G. Keating, K. Hall & S. Ferguson Music & Lyrics by B. Dorough, D. Frishberg, G. Newall, K. Mandry, L. Ahrens & T. Yohe Directed by JC Gibriano The Emmy Award-winning cartoon series from the 1970s is back (and live!) to teach another generation through … Read more
Once Upon A Wolf February 3 – 11, 2007 Written by Steph DeFerie Directed by Christie Leigh Carver This fast and furious collection of fractured fairy tales with a modern twist tells what happens when the Big Bad Wolf decides he doesn’t want to be big or bad anymore!
Twas The Night Before Christmas December 9 – 17, 2006 Written by Michelle L. Vacca Based on the Clement Moore poem. Directed by Tina Lee It’s Christmas Eve and the Sheldon family awaits the arrival of Scrooge-like Great Aunt Winifred who doesn’t believe in Santa Claus, at least until he makes his annual visit.
Jack & The Beanstalk September 16 – 24, 2006 Written by Michelle L. Vacca Directed by Francine Mondi An entertaining and imaginative version of the favorite British folk tale about a boy named Jack and his adventures with a handful of magic beans.
The Adventures of Peter Cottontail by R. Eugene Jackson Directed by Scott C. Hill April 22 – 30, 2006 Peter Rabbit lives happily in the Green Meadow, eating from Farmer Brown’s carrot and cabbage crops. His sole concern is his name, Peter Rabbit. He doesn’t like it. Along with his friends — Jimmy Skunk, Sammy … Read more
Little Red Riding Hood By William S. Kilborne, Jr. and Albert T. Viola Directed by Matt DiCarlo March 11-19, 2006 “Little Red” is wondering why life isn’t more exciting, while Granny shows up in search of the Wolf, who has stolen her ten-speed bicycle. Granny, who is a karate expert, has no fear of the … Read more
Beauty and the Beast Adapted and directed by Liz Rapelye January 14 – 22, 2006 This adaptation of Beauty and the Beast is true to the vision of Charles Perrault’s classic story. With touches of mirth and comedy, this adaptation of the well-known tale explores the theme of real beauty in a manner that is … Read more
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer by Kathryn Schultz Miller Directed by Tina Lee December 10 – 18, 2005 Once upon a time there was a reindeer named Rudolph, the only reindeer in the world that had a big red nose… So begins the most beloved Holiday Tale of all time. This version includes the poignant story … Read more
The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow by Kathryn Schultz Miller Directed by Miranda Destefano October 29 – November 6, 2005 Washington Irving’s spooky classic, is presented with all the thrills, chills and laughs that keep young audiences on the edge of their seats. The storybook tale revolves around the main characters–the bumbling, awkward schoolteacher, Ichabod Crane, … Read more