Greenbrier Valley Theatre
The Met: Live in HD
October 26 | 12:30 p.m.
Manon’s story—from innocent country girl to celebrated courtesan to destitute prisoner—is one of the great tragic tales in literature and music. Lisette Oropesa stars as the irresistible title character, the tragic beauty who yearns for the finer things in life, in Laurent Pelly's revealing production. Michael Fabiano is the besotted Chevalier des Grieux, whose desperate love for Manon proves their undoing. Maurizio Benini conducts Massenet's sensual score.
80S lip sync Battle
and Dance Party
A fundraising event for Greenbrier Valley Theatre, this is a far-out night full of, like, totally awesome tunes. Some of Greenbrier County’s most charismatic residents don their favorite 80s fashions to entertain to the max. Following the Lip Sync Battle will be a costume contest and then a dance party that will go on into the night.
Every Christmas Story Ever told
(And then some!)
December 6 - December 21 | 7:30 p.m.
The title says it all! What better way to celebrate the holiday season than with every Christmas story condensed into a 90-minute show? Bursting with classic tales, carols and joy, you will laugh all night with this fun-filled romp through the holiday season.
Tony Nalker, pianist for the Smithsonian and for the Kennedy Center, will be performing a concert to benefit GVT on Friday, October 18. Nalker, accompanied by vocalist Bob McDonald and instrumentalist Scott Silbert, will celebrate the songs and life of legendary crooner Frank Sinatra with an evening of the most memorable songs from the singer’s film and concert performances. The program will be an evening of Sinatra classics worthy of any Rat Pack.
Dessert will be served during intermission.
A dinner option will be available before the show by reservation only. Please contact Development Director Ethan Serr at 304-645-3838 ext. 110 or email@example.com with any questions or to RSVP for the dinner.
Greenbrier Valley Theatre’s Youth Education Program operates with a mission to provide ongoing, inclusive, quality education in theatre and the performing arts.
Each season, GVT’s eclectic programming takes audiences to places near and far, real and imagined. Together, we have traveled the world, from Chicago’s Cook County Jail to a Russian cherry orchard and from a Monte Carlo casino to the memory of Maycomb, Alabama. Through theatre, the Curtain Up! Campaign (previously the Annual Campaign) will bring the world to West Virginia.