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Ten-Minute Play Podcast Festival Continues NOW Through February 21st!

The 2021 Winters Theatre Company Ten-Minute Play Festival Podcast is now available!

CLICK HERE TO ENJOY THE PODCAST!

Click the orange and white arrow in the header menu at the top of the page to start the podcast.

Unlike our inaugural event which occurred in-person and on stage shortly before the pandemic shut-downs started, this festival is an audio podcast format, where you can listen from the safety and comfort of your own home.   We are continuing to look for ways to creatively produce theatre during these challenging times.

Just like our event in 2020, this festival also features eight plays, with storylines that will make you laugh, cry, sigh, and think.  All the details on each of the plays are listed on our festival page, including the cast and credits for each audio production.

We want to thank everyone who submitted scripts (99 in all!); we received scripts from throughout the U.S., as well as scripts from Australia and New Zealand!  It wasn’t an easy process to select the final eight, but our team had a lot of fun reading through them all.

Thanks for your continued support of the Winters Theatre Company.    Enjoy the show!

NOW SHOWING! Robin Hood: The Musical

 

The Winters Theatre Company is proud to present the magic and excitement of Sherwood Forest in Robin Hood: The Musical, NOW SHOWING from the safety and convenience of your living room at any time, on demand!  Click the play button above to begin the romp through Sherwood Forest!   There is no admission fee for the show, but donations are always appreciated.

We hope you enjoy this virtual production, as the first show of our 2020-2021 season!

NOTE: The show has been extended and will be available a bit longer.  Enjoy!

2020-2021 Theatre Season Now Posted!

During these uncertain times, we want you to know we are working behind the scenes to create a theatre season for 2020-2021!

Right now, we are planning on producing:

  • An online theatre production
  • A radio theatre podcast of eight 10-minute plays
  • An in-person production of “The Miracle Worker” (subject to change, based on pandemic guidelines)
  • Summer Shakespeare

We’ll keep you posted as plans continue to develop. Stay safe, and well.  We’re with you!