A COMMUNITY THEATRE MANAGED BY THE COLONIAL BEACH PERFORMING ARTS ASSOCIATION

Nunsense

In order to ensure the quality of our first musical, our production of Nunsense originally scheduled for October of 2019 has been postponed and will open instead on March 6, 2020.

WHAT THEY'RE SAYING ABOUT

COLONIAL BEACH PLAYHOUSE . . .

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From the simple stage of the community center, and with minimal props and sets, the audience is transported to the magical realm of this heart-moving children’s classic "Charlottes's Web." Its powerful messages about life and love are conveyed through 15 talented, enthusiastic actors, three of whom are just of elementary school age.

Fredericksburg Free Lance Star

Folks, the play was great...  We had 5 folks from Richmond come up - had dinner at Denson's, drove around the Point and ended up at the play...  Perfect evening and great memory with friends!!!  Thanks to all who were a part of getting this project/Playhouse together!! We thoroughly enjoyed our evening in beautiful Colonial Beach!!

BS, Colonial Beach

Attended production Friday night!! Another wonderful production!!! Performance, stage, sound effects, etc. was OUTSTANDING!! Colonial Beach Playhouse is a WONDERFUL addition to our community.

TT,  Colonial Beach

A fun play. All did a great job. I highly recommend to CB residents. Go have a good laugh.

SD,  Colonial Beach

Nicholas "Nick" Zsobota as the voice of the adult George Bailey was a delight, bringing true emotion to the role.

Westmoreland News

Miracle on

South Division Street

by Tom Dudzick

  

"A sprightly, gentle comedy, where revelations that

might remake a family's sense of itself are each

rolled out in service of laughter." --New York Times

Opens Saturday Dec.7 and runs through Dec. 22

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Colonial Beach Performing Arts Association is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Our Federal ID is 82-2640909