This Pulitzer Prize winning play by Tennessee Williams is the powerful, highly-charged, moving story of a neurotic, dysfunctional Southern family with its rivalries, tensions, and avarice. Performances are set for 7 PM on September 8, 9, 10 and 15, 16, and 17 plus a 2 PM matinee on September 11. Tickets are now available on-line, at Daily Grind, Janice Cain Stationery, and the Visitor Center. You may also call our Box Office at 276-632-2800 for personal attention.
New for 2016-2017, Season Tickets!
TheatreWorks Community Players is now offering Season Tickets at a cost of $50 for all four shows. Individual tickets are $15 per show. You may purchase Season Tickets through Brown Paper Tickets or our Box Office, 276-632-2800. Already have your ticket for Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, and want to upgrade? We will be pleased to help you at the Box Office.
Back Stage at the Black Box Thanks Donors and Sponsors
On August 30 the first Back Stage at the Black Box event was hosted for donors and sponsors of the theatre. Nearly 50 people attended and were treated to refreshments and a behind the scenes peek into Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Director Clif Jones talked about the play and character development, followed by a scene enacted by Brick (Zach McPeak) and Maggie (Sarah Foley). Read all about the evening in this Martinsville Bulletin article by Holly Kozelsky. Let us know if you would like to join our next Back Stage event by phoning our Box Office, or sending us a message: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will put you on the invitation list!
Audition for Carol Burnett!
Corbin Campbell, Artistic Director for TheatreWorks Community Players, is taking the helm for this production. You may audition on September 24 between the hours of 2 and 4 PM in the Black Box Theatre on Franklin Street. Simply prepare a monologue (1 minute or less) of a comedic nature, or just show up and we will give you something to read. In Corbin's words, "It will be an entertaining evening of laughter and fun, featuring a range of comedy sketches from Carol Burnett."