A COMMUNITY THEATRE MANAGED BY THE COLONIAL BEACH PERFORMING ARTS ASSOCIATION
WHAT THEY'RE SAYING ABOUT COLONIAL BEACH PLAYHOUSE . . .
Last night two of my friends and I went to the Colonial Beach Playhouse to see the Savannah Sipping Society. We were absolutely delighted and laughed all the way through the play! It was funny and also moving. The actresses were perfection and the stage ladies really got their groove on !! I hope that all of you beach people take the time to see this little gem of a play.
DS, Colonial Beach
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
Colonial Beach Playhouse is at the Colonial Beach Performing Arts Center, 108 Hawthorn, Colonial Beach.
Our mailing address is P.O. Box 31, Colonial Beach VA 22443.
All live performances prior to 2021 were staged at the Colonial Beach Community Center, 717 Marshall Ave, Colonial Beach.
Our current play:
The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge
For information and ordering tickets, click here
A special event coming to our theater in January!
We are happy to announce that Ascend Strings will appear on our stage for one night only on Saturday, January 28. Hors d'oeuvres and wine will be served starting at 6pm, with performance following at 7pm. This talented string quartet of young musicians from Stafford will play a selection of classical music. Hors d'oeuvres are provided courtesy of Capital Naturopathic Medicine, Dr. Nick Savage. Wine is provided by Ingleside Wineries at $7 per glass. Performing are Jona Han (1st violin), Elvin Fragata (2nd violin), Aditya Biswas (viola) and Aiden Rong (cello). This special event has sold out..
Continuing improvements to our venue.
Improvements at our intimate venue at 108 Hawthorn in downtown Colonial Beach are continuing. We finally have full permitting from the Town and Westmoreland County! Currently we are finishing our tech booth, which includes electrical wiring. Thanks so much for the patron contributions which are paying for the tech booth walls, door, and steps. Thanks also to the grant from the Colonial Beach Community Foundation, which will pay for the signage and mural on the front of our building. The signage has now been approved by the Town.
Here's a great gift idea!
Gift certificates are now available for purchase on line. This is a great gift for friends who may not be aware that there is a community theatre in town. These certificates are like gift cards. They can be in any amount and never expire. Our ticket service keeps track of how much is left on the certificate, and they can be used to purchase tickets on line for most events held at our venue. Here is the link: gift certificates