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Openings through Decembeer 15 (and previews).
The Alliance Theatre, “Little Mermaid Jr.” Nov. 9-24.
The Arlington Players, “Clybourne Park,” opens Jan. 31.
The British Players, “Cinderella,” Dec. 6-22.
Castaways Repertory Theatre, “Macbeth,” Oct. 18-Nov. 3.
Fauquier Community Theatre, “White Christmas,” Nov. 29-Dec. 15.
Fauquier Community Theatre, “Christmas in the Land of Oz,” opens Dec. 19.
Fauquier Community Theatre, “One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” opens Jan. 24.
Little Theatre of Alexandria, “The 39 Steps,” Oct. 26-Nov. 16.
Little Theatre of Alexandria, “A Christmas Carol,” Dec. 5-22.
Little Theatre of Alexandria, “Ragtime,” opens Jan. 25.
McLean Community Players, “La Cage aux Folles,” opens Jan. 31.
Pickwick Players, “Narnia,” opens Jan. 24.
Pied Piper Theatre, “Willie Wonka Jr.” Nov. 16-24.
Port City Playhouse, “Shiloh Rules,” Nov. 8-23.
Prince William Little Theatre, “Dracula,” Oct. 25-Nov. 3.
Providence Players of Fairfax, “A Christmas Carol,” Dec. 6-15.
Rockville Little Theatre, “An Inspector Calls,” opens Jan. 24.
Rooftop Productions, “Nunsense,” Nov. 1-16.
Silver Spring Stage, “The Pillowman,” Nov. 1-23.
Silver Spring Stage, “A Christmas Carol,” Dec. 13-22.
Silver Spring Stage, “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged),” opens Jan. 10.
Through December 15.
Aldersgate Church Community Theater, “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Jr.” Nov. 1, 2.
The Arlington Players, “Clybourne Park,” Nov. 8, 9.
Castaways Repertory Theatre, “Caught in the Net,” Nov. 7, 9.
Fauquier Community Theatre, “Smoke on the Mountain,” Nov. 17.
Little Theatre of Alexandria, “Ragtime,” Nov. 2, 3.
Port City Playhouse, “Next Fall,” Nov? TBA.
Prince William Little Theatre, “Blithe Spirit,” Dec. 2, 3 (tent.).
Providence Players of Fairfax, “House of Blue Leaves,” Dec. TBA.
Put your listings/announcements here: 
Season announcements.
Seeking directors or staff.
Theatre stuff offered.
Props, furniture and other stuff wanted.
Special notices to the theater community.
(Notices from NVTA member groups are free.  Text may be edited for length or format.   Notices from non-NVTA groups are now accepted at $5.00 per line.)
For a night of comedy and laughter, adventure out to an evening of fun as The Center for the Arts’ Rooftop Productions presents Nunsense.   Winner of the Outer Critics’ Circle Award for best off -Broadway musical as well as best music and book, Nunsense became an audience favorite and the second longest running show in history.  Written by Dan Goggin and directed by Ted Ballard, this story of the Little Sisters of Hoboken provides a comedy of errors including a tainted vichyssoise, a Health Department inspection which could turn into a big surprise, and a talent show to save the order.  Add to this the antics of the sisters and anything can happen.  Popular musical numbers such as “Nunsense is Habit Forming,”  “So You Want to be a Nun,” and “Growing up Catholic” add to the merriment.  Nunsense performs in the Kellar Theater at the Center for the Arts at the Candy Factory, 9419 Battle Street, Manassas on Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00pm from November 1-16.  Tickets are $18 for adults and $15 for students and seniors 65+ and may be purchased on line or at the Center for the Arts at (703) 330-2787.  Season tickets are also available with the comedy Don’t Dress for Dinner in the spring.  [From Anne Ridgway]
Little Theatre of Alexandria – current and upcoming productions:
·        The 39 Steps, October 26, 2013 – November 16, 2013. Tickets can be ordered on-line at or by calling the Box Office at 703-683-0496.
·        A Christmas Carol, December 5, 2013 – December 22, 2013.  Tickets can be ordered on-line at or by calling the Box Office at 703-683-0496.
·        Ragtime, January 25, 2014 – February 15, 2014.  Tickets can be ordered on-line at or by calling the Box Office at 703-683-0496.
[From Mary Beth Smith Toomey]
The Center for the Arts’ Pied Piper Theatre opens its 2013-2014 season in November with a rollicking musical production of Willy Wonka, Jr.   ring the entire family and everyone will go home singing the “Oompa Loompa” song and “Candy Man.”  Forty-six talented young actors from throughout the area join together to bring you the wonderful characters from Roald Dahl’s book, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.  Follow the adventures of five lucky children who win a contest to tour the famous Willy Wonka Chocolate Factory.  Enjoy their trip down the Chocolate River, through the Candy Inventing Room, into the Fizzy Lifting Room, and take a stop at the Chocolate Dipping Room.
Willy Wonka, Jr. takes the stage on Saturdays at 7:00pm and Sundays at 4:00pm from November 16 through 24 at Metz Jr. High School, 9950 Wellington Rd., Manassas.  Tickets are $12 for general admission and $10 for children 12 and under.  Tickets are available in advance at or ticket outlets and also at the door.  Group tickets for civic organizations are available by calling the Center for the Arts at (703) 330-ARTS.  Join us for a magical adventure through Willy Wonka’s wonderful candy factory!  [From Anne Ridgway]
The Fauquier Community Theatre presents Irving Berlin’s WHITE CHRISTMAS – The Musical. It opens on Nov. 29 and runs through Dec. 15, Friday and Saturday nights 8:00 pm, Sundays 2:00 pm. Tickets are $16/$18. The theatre is located at 4225 Aiken Drive, Warrenton, VA (Vint Hill). Check out our new website ~ !   [From Christie Clark]
Upcoming at Providence Players of Fairfax:
·        A Christmas Carol December 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15
On the eve of Christmas, Jacob Marley, and the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come help Ebenezer Scrooge confront his past and face a bleak future – unless he changes his ways. A story of transformation and redemption, this holiday favorite with the Cratchits, the Fezziwigs and Tiny Tim offer a message of hope and charity – a wonderful way to celebrate the holiday season
·        House of Blue Leaves by John Guare March 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, & 29
In this wacky, poignant comedy, Zoo attendant Artie Shaughnessy is a failed songwriter with visions of fame and glory. He copes with an overly medicated wife, an impatient mistress, an AWOL and homicidal son being pursued by military police, and beer-drinking nuns on the day the Pope visits New York City. His girlfriend convinces Artie to call his old school buddy Billy Einhorn, a famous film director from Los Angeles, to finagle a job writing music for Billy’s movies in a desperate attempt to find stardom. Set in 1965 in Queens NY, House of Blue Leaves is a unique blend of farce, dark comedy and drama. It illuminates the American dream and an obsession with celebrities that is still relevant today. Winner of the Obie and Drama Critics’ awards for Best American Play. Auditions: TBA in December.
·        Rumors by Neil Simon May 30, 31, June 1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13 & 14
In this elaborate farce, four couples are invited to a dinner party to celebrate a 10th wedding anniversary. However, as each couple arrives, they discover there are no servants, the hostess is missing, the dinner remains frozen in the sink, and the host – the deputy mayor of New York City – has been shot and they need to keep it all “hush-hush”. A nicotine fit, a damaged BMW, whiplash, misguided jealousy, a reccurring back spasm, fooling the cops and rumors galore add to the comedic mayhem. The situation gets even more hilarious when no one can remember what lie has been told to whom.  [From Mario Font]
Little Theatre of Alexandria – Scheduled Auditions:
·        RagtimeSaturday, November 2, 2013 at 1:30 PM; Sunday, November 3, 2013 at 7:00 PM. See the LTA website at details.
·        ProofSaturday, January 4, 2014 at 1:30 PM; Sunday, January 5, 2014 at 7:00 PM; Details will be on the LTA website soon.  [From Mary Beth Smith-Toomey]
Castaways Repertory Theatre, auditions for “Caught in the Net,” are Thurs. Nov 7, 7-9pm, and Sat. Nov 9, 10am-2pm, at the Dr. A. J. Ferlazzo Building, 15941 Donald Curtis Drive, Woodbridge, Virginia. See  [From Gavin Tameris]
The Arlington Players are pleased to announce auditions for Clybourne Park, November 8th 7:00-9:30PM and November 9th 10AM-3:30PM. Additional audition information and resources – including a TAP audition form, Frequently Asked Questions, Character descriptions, and sides – are available at  [From Claire O’Brien]
Fauquier Community Theatre:  SMOKE ON THE MOUNTAIN. 
Auditions are on Nov. 17 from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm at The Fauquier Community Theatre, 4225 Aiken Drive, Warrenton (Located in Vint Hill). All actors, with the exception of the character of June Sanders, will be required to sing and play one or more of the following musical instruments: guitar, mandolin, violin, banjo, piano, bass violin, accordion, or similar instruments for Old Time Gospel./Country music. Please see website for more  [From Christie Clark]


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