VLT is an organization run almost exclusively by volunteers.
We hope you will consider joining us in the magic of making live theatre.
Saturday, October 22, 2022,
12 noon at Very Little Theatre
2350 Hilyard St, Eugene, OR
Directed by Hershell Norwood
Cast of Characters:
African Americans –
GRANT WIGGINS – (30’s) male
REV MOSES AMBROSE – (60-70’s) male
JEFFERSON – (20’s) male
EMMA GLENN – (60-70’s) female
VIVIAN BAPTISTE – (30’s) female (can be African American, or Caucasian)
SHERIFF SAM GUIDRY – (50’s) male
DEPUTY PAUL BONIN – (20-30’s) male
For more information, please contact Hershell at email@example.com, (208) 568-0044
Backstage running crews, set construction and painting, costume and props construction needs for each show will be posted soon. Please check back.
Please check back soon for more details.
Usher and Box Office volunteers are always needed.
Please contact us for more information.
The Very Little Theatre is run by its Members, and has been since its founding in March, 1929. Members are the backbone of the organization, responsible for everything from choosing the plays we present to electing our board of directors, from build sets and costumes to greeting our audiences on the nights of performances, and creating the policies that keep us all feeling welcome and safe. We have fun making theatre. Please consider joining us.
The Very Little Theatre rewards Members for their active participation with:
Requirements to apply for and maintain membership are:
Members are also invited to serve on committees that coordinate and organize the practical running of the theatre. Learn what it takes to produce a play, organize ushers, sell tickets, and generally keep the theatre going. A little taste of Mickey and Judy saying, “I’ve got a barn…”
Please consider submitting an application, along with a letter describing your reasons for applying.
MVT is proud to produce a weekend with illioo Native Theatre as we commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Klamath River fish kill with a reading of the play Salmon is Everything by Theresa May in collaboration with the Klamath Theatre Project.
The play follows the story of three families on the Klamath River during the drought, salmon crisis, and devastating fish kill of 2002. Its message about the kinship among salmon, people and the land is as relevant today – for all great rivers in the Pacific Northwest — as it was 20 years ago.
Tickets Go On Sale September 5, 2022