VSA celebrates 25 years with ‘Winnie the Pooh’
Like most theater groups, VSA delights both the performer and the audience. However, there is something even more special about VSA: It gives individuals of all ages and abilities the opportunity to do what they love. Some sashay around the stage floor in a wheelchair, while others might struggle to have their words understood. Even with these challenges, they produce a heartwarming, entertaining show.
This March VSAarts celebrates its silver anniversary with the much-beloved, timeless classic “Winnie the Pooh,” a musical, on the weekends of March 14-16 and 21-23 at the Franklin Park Performing Arts Center in Purcellville.
Long-time VSAarts choreographer, Kellie Goosens, has taken on the role of director as well as choreographer.
A ‘Silver Scene,’ written and directed by Matt Curtis, will open the production and take the audience on a short trip down VSA memory lane.
VSA, a nonprofit, is always looking for volunteers, new faces, board members and members/supporters at large to help support the organization. To learn more, visit http://www.vsaloudoun.org
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