“Sari, Not Sorry” had a two-weekend run in January in Grass Valley as part of the Nugget Fringe Festival; the Winters Theatre Company thanks you for your support of this one-woman show about the true and humorous account of the life of a first generation East Indian woman who has rebelled against almost every cultural norm.
Thank you for your support of our recent production of Philip Grecian’s “It’s A Wonderful Life!” And a special thank you to the Winters Fire Department and to everyone who so generously supported our recent benefit production to raise donations for those impacted by the recent Camp Fire in Paradise in Butte County.
All the best to each of you for a safe and happy holiday season, and all the best to you in 2019!
Elizabeth Williams, winner of the Winters Theatre Company 2018 $500 scholarship, receives the congratulations of WTC Board members Jesse Akers, Dona Akers, and Germaine Hupe. Elizabeth plans to major in education and theatre arts during her college career.
(L to R): Jesse Akers, Elizabeth Williams, Dona Akers, Germaine Hupe