Greenbrier Valley Theatre

The 52nd Season


Upcoming Events


Alice in Wonderland Jr.
Audition Notice

January 25 | By Appointment

General auditions will be held at Greenbrier Valley Theatre on January 25 and are open to all High School students.

All auditions are by appointment.

Middle School students are eligible to audition only if they are currently enrolled in GVT’s after-school program.

Please prepare 30 - 60 seconds of a song from a musical or a Disney movie. You must provide sheet music for the audition.

Please bring dates and times of all known scheduling conflicts from January 28 - March 24.

For more information or to schedule an audition, please call GVT’s Education Department at 304-645-3838 ext. 111.


2019 Season Community Auditions
January 28 & 29

Mark your calendars! Do you see yourself on the GVT stage? Now is your chance!

Call the Box Office at 304-645-3838 x1 to reserve your spot!

THe Met Live in HD: Carmen
February 2 | 12:55 p.m.

Clémentine Margaine is opera’s ultimate seductress, opposite Roberto Alagna, who captivated Live in HD audiences as Don José in 2010. Louis Langrée conducts Sir Richard Eyre’s lively production, a favorite in the Met’s repertoire.

Dr. James Caplinger, from the University of Charleston, will give a complimentary lecture beginning at 12:15 p.m.



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.


50 Years Strong!

The success of GVT began 50 years ago in a tent along the Greenbrier River, and with the help of dedicated patrons and talented actors, it has continued to grow. It started with local citizens like Ann Benedict who believed in the mission of the founders.