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Antiquarian Bookseller – the memoir of Emil Offenbacher
Directed by Carol Dennis - Produced with Minority Voices Theatre

An enhanced audiobook which brings to life the memoir of Emil Offenbacher, a celebrated antiquarian bookseller, born a German and a Jew, who came into adulthood in Europe as the Nazis rose to power. The memoir chronicles Emil’s escape from Europe with his wife, Anne, and young children, Claude and Florence.

Narrated by Emil’s son, VLT’s own Claude Offenbacher (embodying his father’s voice), with an introduction by Emil’s grandson, Matthew, this 55-minute enhanced audiobook is complete with family and historic images, and scored with beautiful classical piano music by Schumann, Handel, Liszt, and Bach.
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Virtual Little Theatre
Some Have Gone, And Some Remain
Written and Directed by Russell Dyball

On a lonesome highway between this world and the one beyond, two old friends reunite to ponder the ultimate mystery trip. A VLT Virtual Little Theatre Production.
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Rose Tree
Written by William S. Gregory, Directed by Maggie Hadley, With original music by Cullen Vance

Using the reflections of seven female characters to examine the impact of one woman's determination to atone for her past, ROSE TREE explores issues of social justice, law, relationships and personal conscience, in a fast-paced drama warmed by humor and compassion.
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With Her Own Wings
Written by Dorothy Velasco, Directed by Victoria Quintanilla, Produced with Minority Voices Theatre

A new play about Oregon’s leading suffragist, Abigail Scott Duniway. With Her Own Wings, Velasco’s play inspired by Duniway, follows the final years of her 42-year crusade to gain the vote for Oregon women in 1912. When she began her campaign, Duniway had no idea it would require fierce but witty combat with her brother, Harvey Scott, longtime editor of The Oregonian. From her standpoint, his life’s mission was to thwart her.
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Shelter Place
A devised and improvised soap opera focusing on the denizens of a little town called (as you might expect) Shelter place.
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A Shelter Place Holiday Special: How the Snute Stole Christmas
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Virtual Little Theatre
KOLD
A new serialized comedy podcast - with songs - about aging, nostalgia, and big, goofy dreams. Written, mixed, and directed by Isabelle Rogers, with tech support by Tim Rogers and music by Val Haynes.
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Virtual Little Theatre
The Virtual Little Yule Log
Who doesn't love a video fireplace during the holidays? To provide a little background for your tree trimming and cookie baking, enjoy this audio collection of holiday tales.
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Virtual Little Theatre
You Slay Me
A co-production with Roving Park Players. Written and directed by Laura M. Robinson
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Crossing the Amur
Just when you’re staring into the deep dark abyss of a months-long bio-outbreak quarantine, Crossing the Amur by Rachael Carnes delivers a therapeutic ray of light in the form of Minky the Sock Monkey. The outspoken stuffie is holed up with kinda-sorta boyfriend Billie... and the onset of cabin fever takes its toll. Push comes to shove, and concessions must be made. A play about imagination and the value of human (and sometimes Sock Monkey) connection. Directed by Maggie Hadley.
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Virtual Little Theatre
Readers Theater Players II: Scenes, Monologues & Sketches
Readers Theater Players are back with another performance! Originally performed live on Wednesday, November 4th 2020, the program consists of short scenes, monologues, and several funny black-out bits. Directed by Marty Cohen. Tim Rogers is the production's Master Of All Things Zoom.
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Virtual Little Theatre
Maria indomable
Minority Voices Theatre and Very Little Theatre’s Virtual Little Theatre present a virtual play in Spanish. Maria indomable by Dorothy Velasco. A 10-minute comedy performed in Spanish. Directed by Victoria Quintanilla.
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Beneath the Floorboards, Within the Walls
The VLT's Virtual Little Theatre presents an adaptation of two classic short stories: The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, and The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe. Adapted and directed by Russell Dyball.
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Look/See
In this short play, a nighttime crisis results in frustration, fear, recriminations, and anger bubbling to the surface of a deep and abiding love. Written and directed by Laura M. Robinson. A co-production of The Very Little Theatre and Roving Park Players.
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Virtual Little Theatre
Readers Theater Players- Stories, Skits, and Sketches
Readers Theater Players, a community outreach of The Very Little Theatre, present “Stories, Skits, and Sketches,” a 30-minute Zoom program originally performed live on Thursday, September 10th, 2020. Directed by Claude Offenbacher Credits: Production/Stage Manager and Zoom host- Tim Rogers.
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Girls Night Out
A short play centering around two bickering sisters who cause havoc on an evening at the theatre. Written by Lanaya Nilsson. Directed by Kari Boldon Welch.
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This Is A River
Theatre Without Borders and the Pomona College Department of Theatre present an online, informal reading of This Is A River, by Isabelle Rogers and James P. Taylor. Directed by Giovanni Ortega, with dramaturgy by GiGi Buddie.
This is a River is based on the stories and lived experiences of the indigenous Kayan, Kenyah, and Penan people, part of a larger community known as the Orang Ulu (“upriver people”), who live in the rainforest of Sarawak State, Malaysian Borneo.
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The Black Box
Five strangers seek the solution to a most unusual (yet strangely familiar) puzzle in this absurdist comedy. Written and directed by Russell Dyball.
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