Quentin Walton Trio in Concert

The Quentin Walston Trio is thrilled to hit the Flat Nine stage! Heralded as “stunning” and “impeccable” by Clarke Monthly, the Quentin Walston trio blends memorable melodies and striking rhythms with adventurous improvisations. Quentin Walston (piano) along with Daniel Kelly II (drums) and Ben Rikhoff (bass) will be performing exciting originals including the group’s new single, “Pipe Smoke” and selections from Quentin’s album, “Play”. Mixing in jazz standards from bebop and beyond, this trio’s foot-tapping, fun, and energetic sound is one you don’t want to miss!

Doors Open: 6:30pm

Show Start: 7:30pm

Please look at the “visit” tab on the website for more details and dress code. This venue is open to all ages, but please keep your conversations down during performances.

Oktoberfest

Old Town Winchester Business Association and Literacy Volunteers are excited to present Old Town Winchester Oktoberfest 2021!

This Beer Festival will feature local and breweries from around Virginia. Admission will include 10 tastings and a commemorative tasting glass.

Advanced Tickets are $25, day of tickets will be $30.

Be sure to Pre-order your T-shirt to really get in the spirit. T-shirts are only available for pre-order and will not be sold at the event.
Brewery line up and more details coming soon!

Mother’s Day Cabaret

Help us celebrate those beloved relationships in our lives on Saturday, May 8th on the deck at Winchester Little Theatre. It will be our first live outdoor performance of the year.

Tickets: $10

Bring a chair and come enjoy fresh air and music!

Murder Mystery Dinner Theater

StageCoach Theatre Company Presents:

THE HAMILTON MURDERS

Written & Directed by Terry Smith
Produced by Jerri Wiseman

Solve the murder while you feast on a fantastic dinner!

July 11, 1804: Alexander Hamilton lies dying on the ground. Aaron Burr stands nearby, a smoking pistol in his hand. Meanwhile, Hamilton’s wife sits at home with a room full of federalists awaiting his return. We have learned that history is written by those who want us to believe what they want us to believe, not necessarily the truth. The Hamilton Murders suggests the possibility that history got it wrong – again. We explore six possible conspiracies, based upon historical facts, that surrounded Alexander Hamilton at the time of his death. We will present these theories in true entertainment form and allow you to decide which one you believe is right. In so doing, you will answer the question “Who paid Aaron Burr to shoot Alexander Hamilton?”

Doors & Bar open at 4:30PM
Show starts at 5:30PM
Dinner Break at 6PM
Show resumes at 6:45PM

Winchester Little Theatre: La Fin du Silence

Mar 6, 2020 – Mar 21, 2020
Written by Michael Walker
Directed by Sara Gomez

Simone spent her orphaned childhood in a convent. On a day trip to the circus, she was kidnapped by three men. Now, twenty years later, an intriguing magazine tempts her to break her silence, publishing her story in three parts. What will be revealed in the third and final installment?

Show Dates & Tickets:
Wednesday March 4 at 8PM: Special Wine & Cheese Preview!
Friday March 6 at 8PM
Saturday March 7 at 8PM
Sunday March 8 at 2PM
Thursday March 12 at 8PM
Friday March 13 at 8PM
Saturday March 14 at 2PM
Saturday March 14 at 8PM
Sunday March 15 at 2PM
Thursday March 19 at 8PM
Friday March 20 at 8PM
Saturday March 21 at 8PM

Winchester Little Theatre: La Fin du Silence

Mar 6, 2020 – Mar 21, 2020
Written by Michael Walker
Directed by Sara Gomez

Simone spent her orphaned childhood in a convent. On a day trip to the circus, she was kidnapped by three men. Now, twenty years later, an intriguing magazine tempts her to break her silence, publishing her story in three parts. What will be revealed in the third and final installment?

Show Dates & Tickets:
Wednesday March 4 at 8PM: Special Wine & Cheese Preview!
Friday March 6 at 8PM
Saturday March 7 at 8PM
Sunday March 8 at 2PM
Thursday March 12 at 8PM
Friday March 13 at 8PM
Saturday March 14 at 2PM
Saturday March 14 at 8PM
Sunday March 15 at 2PM
Thursday March 19 at 8PM
Friday March 20 at 8PM
Saturday March 21 at 8PM

Live Theater: 1776

Thursday, February 20 at 7:30PM
Friday, February 21 at 7:30PM
Saturday, February 22 at 7:30PM
Sunday, February 23 at 2:30PM

Book by Peter Stone
Music and Lyrics by Sherman Edwards

The seminal event in American history blazes to vivid life in this most unconventional of Broadway hits. It is the summer of 1776 and the nation is ready to declare independence…if only our founding fathers could put aside their pride, fears, uncertainties and petty disagreements and do the right thing for a fledgling nation. Fresh insights, contemporary issues and non-traditional casting breathe new life into the story of how our forefathers freed the country from the shackles of the British monarchy by signing the Declaration of Independence.

Duration: Approximately 175 minutes*
*Production duration is subject to change
SUGGESTED SHOW RATING: PG
Some productions contain mature content and/or content that may be offensive to some audiences. Contact the Box Office for more information.

$23
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Broadway and Brews

Winchester Brew Works and Selah Theatre ProJect are partnering to present BROADWAY AND BREWS on Friday, February 7th from 7pm-9pm. Come enjoy a great beer and listen to performers from all over the community perform their favorite love songs from Broadway!

$1 from every beer sold will go towards the Youth Development Center, Inc.

Edge Ensemble Concert

VOX MUSICORUM

Shenandoah Conservatory’s in-house new music group presents an evening of new vocal chamber music, where voices and varied instruments combine to make a joyful noise. Featuring Shenandoah faculty singers Stephanie Higgins, Byron Jones and Fotina Naumenko, highlights include works by John Harbison, Amanda Harberg, Michael Torke and Pauline Oliveros, as well as an excerpt from Songs from the Phone Booth of the Wind, a chamber opera by 2019 Averitt Prize for Excellence in Composition winner Jonathan Wyatt ’19 (B.M. in Composition).

$12

More information and tickets:
www.su.edu/performs/event/2020-02-edge-ensemble

Leyla McCalla concert

PERFORMING ARTS LIVE

Trained a classical cellist, Leyla McCalla is a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who has always drawn inspiration from history, and the music and stories of her ancestors. As a member of the Grammy Award-winning Carolina Chocolate Drops, she explored the realities of the African American experience, while inspiring a greater appreciation of the history and role of the African American string band genre. McCalla has now found her voice as a solo artist, and with her third and most recent album, Capitalist Blues, she largely puts her cello aside to tackle some of the most complex and challenging social issues of our time.

$28
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