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BEAUTIFUL

BEAUTIFUL

Book by Douglas McGrath
Words and music by Gerry Goffin & Carole King, Barry Mann & Cynthia Weil
Music by Arrangement with Sony/ATV Music Publishing

June 7-9, 13-16 & 20-23, 2024
Thursday-Saturday 7:30 pm |
Sunday 2 pm | + Saturday June 15 & 22 at 2 pm

Beautiful is a wild ride of a musical that starts with a young, spunky songwriter from Brooklyn known then as Carole Klein. From the chart-topping hits she wrote to her life-changing success as a trailblazer, this musical takes you back to where it all began with the inspiring tale of the girl with a unique voice who became King.
Featuring Songs: “You’ve Got a Friend,” “One Fine Day,” “So Far Away,” “Take Good Care of My Baby,” “Up on the Roof,” “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling,” “Will You Love Me Tomorrow,” and “Natural Woman”

AND THEN THERE WERE NONE

AND THEN THERE WERE NONE

By Agatha Christie

September 6-8 & 12-15, 2024

Ten strangers with dark secrets arrive on a remote island, trapped by a storm and stalked by a ruthless killer. One by one, the guests are murdered according to the foreboding lines of an eerie nursery rhyme. Feel the rising tension and growing dread as the killer closes in on their next victim. Will justice be served?

A CHRISTMAS CAROL

A CHRISTMAS CAROL

Adapted by Charlie Lovett
From the novel by Charles Dickens

December 12-15 & 19-22, 2024

Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol is one of the most beloved stories in history, and Charlie Lovett's play adaptation is truly a holiday treat for the whole family. Join us for this imaginative production that engenders dreams of wintry wonderlands and spectacular spirits that seem all too real!

UNNECESSARY FARCE

UNNECESSARY FARCE

By Paul Slade Smith

March 28-30 & April 3-6, 2025

In a cheap motel room, an embezzling mayor is scheduled to meet with his female accountant while, in the adjoining room, two undercover police officers are lying in wait. There's some confusion, however, as to who's in which room, who's being videotaped, who's taken the money, who's hired a hitman, and why the accountant keeps taking off her clothes.

STAGE PRESENCE CLUB

STAGE PRESENCE CLUB

Exclusive Events, Special Recognition, a commemorative pin and fun all year!

Join the Club for early invitation to fun events all season long.

Murder Mystery Game Nigh at Radar Brewing.
Watch The Little Shop of Horrors the Movie.
Karaoke night to celebrate Ma Rainey.

FEED ME!!

FEED ME!!

The Little Theatre of Winston-Salem is building our own Audrey II!

No Blood Needed!

Help us build our own Audrey II as only The Little Theatre of Winston-Salem can. Donate at Least $25 to our Feed the Plan Fund and you'll get this Car Magnet.

WHAT THEY HAVE

WHAT THEY HAVE

By Kate Robin

January 17-19, 2025

Connie and Jonas appear to have it all while their artist friends struggle to stay afloat. But a crumbling roof and a chance encounter unravel secrets and forge new bonds. This funny, poignant play reminds us that life can change in an instant. Discover the healing power of human connection.

FEEDING BEATRICE

FEEDING BEATRICE

By Kirsten Greenidge

April 25-27, 2025

June and Lurie's eerie new house guest, Beatrice, is hungry for more than just food. As they struggle to keep her satisfied, they find themselves entangled in a horrifying web of secrets and danger. Immerse yourself in this gripping story that will keep you guessing until the very end.

SUMMER CAMPS

SUMMER CAMPS

For Grades K-12 And Adults

June 24 - August 9, 2024

Joins us for a dramatic summer! We will tell stories, create characters, and expand our theatrical experience.

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

Book & Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken

October 18-20, 24-27 & November 1-3, 2024

Little Shop of Horrors is a brilliantly twisted sci-fi musical that serves up side-splitting humor along with chills and thrills. Featuring a Grammy-nominated score, this cult classic will leave you screaming for more!

MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM

MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM

By August Wilson

February 14-16 & 20-23, 2025

It’s 1927 and Ma Rainey, also known as the "Mother of the Blues," is recording updated versions of some of her classic songs in a run-down studio in Chicago. Passionate and headstrong, Ma Rainey battles to maintain authority over her own music, even as her arrogant trumpet player, Levee, aspires to make a name for himself in the music industry.

OKLAHOMA!

OKLAHOMA!

Book & Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Music by Richard Rodgers

June 6-8, 12-15 & 19-22, 2025

Venture into the heart of America's frontier with Oklahoma! This Tony Award-winning musical will sweep you off your feet with its unforgettable love story and lively musical numbers. Within the first notes of "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’," you'll be hooked.

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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 opportunities to provide resources for students and their families to attend shows.

  • Ensuring that all directors have casting and dramaturgical resources available to them to protect and support the cultural specificity required of the work.

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