WelcomeTo The Little Theatre
WHO WE ARE
As the oldest performing arts organization in Winston-Salem, The Little Theatre of Winston-Salem has presented professional-quality community theatre for more than 80 years. Generations have experienced spectacular productions as audience members, as well as the thrill of collaborating and creating onstage and backstage. As a fundamental part of Winston-Salem's cultural scene, we invite everyone in the community to exercise their imaginations, stretch their creative muscles, and experience the transformative magic of live theatre.
JOIN US FOR OUR 88TH SEASON,
THE SOUND OF MUSIC
music by Richard Rodgers
lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
book by Howard Lindsay & Russel Crouse
Please contact the box office to donate your ticket, or to request an exchanges or refund.
One of the most beloved musicals of all time! Set in Austria in 1938, an exuberant young governess brings music and joy back to a broken family, only to face danger and intrigue as the Nazis gain power. Featuring a trove of cherished songs, including “Edelweiss,” "Climb Ev'ry Mountain," "My Favorite Things," and the title number, The Sound of Music won the hearts of audiences worldwide, earning five Tony Awards and five Oscars.
June 10-26, 2022
Thursday-Saturday 7:30pm |
Saturday & Sunday 2pm
Tickets starting at $12
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement
The Little Theatre of Winston-Salem is a community driven arts organization. As such, we see the true value and the critical role that diversity serves in helping our theatre and community thrive. Going forward, we are determined to foster an environment that respects and promotes the value of diversity. The Little Theatre of Winston-Salem believes in the transformative power of the arts to enrich lives and revitalize communities. We are committed to sustaining a diverse, inclusive, and equitable space where everyone who participates in our programming — patrons, artists, employees, volunteers, and students — feels valued and respected regardless of gender, age, race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, education, or ability.
While this is not an end-all statement and will constantly evolve as we and our organization (continues to) learn and grow, this is a starting point for forming actions that will encourage equity and make an impact.
Commitment (some in place some and some in the process):
Evaluating all scripts with considerations towards inclusion and diversity within the season.
Increasing camp accessibility by providing scholarships to those in need of financial assistance.
Creating an equitable internship that includes compensation.
Seeking the recruitment, retention, and support of Black and Indigenous artists and teachers of Color.
Seeking opportunities to provide resources for students and their families to attend shows.
Working with individual directors to strive for diverse casts and design teams.
Ensuring that all directors have casting and dramaturgical resources available to them to protect and support the cultural specificity required of the work.