The annual Big Day of Giving is back on May 4th, but you can “schedule” your donation ahead of time, and help support the Winters Theatre Company!
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Your credit card will be charged on the Big Day of Giving, on Thursday May 4th! We truly appreciate your continued generosity and support.
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This year’s Dinner Theatre Show will be David Landau’s Murder at Cafe Noir. Rick Archer, P.I., finds himself on a forgotten island of Mustique, a place stuck in a black and white era. He encounters the murdered owner of Cafe Noir and many suspicious characters who work and frequent the cafe. Come join us for a fun-filled evening of laughter, gags, and great food!
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In observance of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, the Winters Theatre Company presented a special benefit performance of SEVEN at the Woodland Opera House on April 8th, 2017. The show was performed by the Winters Theatre Company as part of its regular season last October in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Two local non-profit organizations who assist victims of human trafficking and domestic violence, Empower Yolo and My Sister’s House, were the beneficiaries of this performance.
(L to R): Michelle Novello, Manny Lanzaro, Phil Pittman, Brad Haney, Anita Ahuja, Rodney Orosco, Laure Olson, Ana Kormos, and Jim Hewlett
We enjoyed sharing our Spring 2017 Production of Neil Simon’s “Rumors” with you!
Photo by Jeff Rawlinson
(left to right, Front to Back)
The Cratchit family played by Lilac Bucksner, Kenneth Matheson, Christian Duran, Sarah Hinojosa, Robert Payawal, and Victoria Crabtree