● Is committed to the presentation of family entertainment that reinforces and upholds our community values.
● Provides a forum for children and adults to learn about and participate in all areas of theater. In addition to performing on stage, members learn technical aspects of lighting, sound, colors, costumes, sets, makeup, promotion, publicity, and anything else it takes to make the play a reality.
● Provides exciting, live entertainment for our friends and neighbors.
● Is open to all, and welcomes new members!
The Attic Productions Board of Directors has voted to move the entire 25th anniversary season to 2021. We are committed to continuing to provide quality entertainment virtually in 2020.
And the winner of the raffle is....
(drum roll, please)... Kathleen Miller of S. Windsor, CT. Congratulations!
Thanks to all who purchased raffle tickets.
Christmas Playwriting Festival 2020
Last year Attic Productions held its second annual Christmas Playwriting Contest. This year we are presenting the winning plays virtually. Click on a title to view the production.
Our first offering is "One Word Christmas Carol," written by Dwayne Yancey, directed by Sally Miller, and performed by the Attic youth actors.
Our second winning play is "Jessica's Day Off," written by Nancy Gall-Clayton, directed by Katerina Yancey, and performed by Nancy Lawrence and Teresa Killen.
Play #3 is Azzmetta Abbington's Mistletoe Meatballs, written by John Weagly, directed by Wyatt Ewell, and performed by Marsha Campbell, Steven Aaron,and Audrey Campbell.
Play #4 is Playing with Fired, written by Steven Hayet, directed by Katerina Yancey, and performed by Emily Williams, Bobby Guill, and Gene Marrano.
Our fifth production is Oy Vey Maria, written by Mark Harvey Levine, directed by Katerina Yancey, and performed by Katerina Yancey, Heather Sexton, Wyatt Ewell and others.
Please consider making a donation to Attic Productions to bring back live theatre in 2021.
Make a donation to support Attic Productions during COVID-19.
ZOOM Theatre at Attic
Watch our ZOOM production of the one-act play, "The Angel of Brooklyn" and make a donation in lieu of purchasing tickets.
Information including the links to the play and to the donate page are in our Current Season tab.
The cast of the youth production of "The Surprising Story of the Three Little Pigs," the only production at Attic in 2020.
More ZOOM Theatre at Attic, but this time it's a full-length movie written, directed, and produced by Attic founding member John Lawson. "To Tie the Knot or Knot" is a comedy based on a real-life wedding plan adventure. You can find the link on our Current Season tab. Don't forget to make a donation to Attic Productions when you view it (either on Paypal or mail a check).
Partial funding support from the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.