VIRGINIA STAGE COMPANY

aka VSC   |   Norfolk, VA   |  www.vastage.org

Mission

Virginia Stage Company is southeastern Virginia's leading non-profit theatre, serving an audience of over 58,000+ annually, both at the Wells Theatre & throughout the community. VSC's mission is to "enrich, educate, & entertain the region by creating & producing theatrical art of the highest quality." We believe that theatre is more than a play, place, or product - it is a living process that can expand thinking & offer fresh perspectives. Learning, critical thinking, and self-confidence all grow as we sit together in one space to experience & contemplate our shared world. Our education & community engagement programming strives to reflect the needs of the communities we serve & advocate for arts integration & experiences that promote literacy & critical thinking in the next generation.

Ruling year info

1968

Producing Artistic Director

Mr. Tom Quaintance

Main address

PO Box 3770

Norfolk, VA 23514 USA

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EIN

54-0839234

NTEE code info

Theater (A65)

Performing Arts (A60)

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Our programs

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Mainstage Series

For 40 Seasons, Virginia Stage Company has helped lead the charge in producing the highest quality productions for all of Hampton Roads. Over the course of our 40-year history, Virginia Stage Company has produced almost 4,500 performances of nearly 220 plays, including 26 World Premieres and 15 Pulitzer Prize-winning plays. As a not-for-profit arts organization, Virginia Stage Company strives to ensure that the community has affordable access to professional theater, regardless of socio-economic status or other barriers to entry. From World Premieres to re-imagined classics, each season includes professional productions created in our community, for our community.
The coming Season, our 41st as a professional company, will include eight exciting mainstage productions at the historic Wells Theatre, in addition to a host of thoughtfully curated community engagement events. VSC’s 41st Season will include:

Guys and Dolls, music and lyrics by Frank Loesser, book by Jo Swerling & Abe Burrows: 1950’s New York is bustling in this classic Tony Award-winning musical. Nathan Detroit, makes the bet of a lifetime with high-roller Sky Masterson. Sky accepts, and tries to win the heart of “Save-A-Soul” missionary Sarah Brown, while Nathan’s fiancé, Adelaide, grows tired of him gambling with hers. When it comes to love, these characters discover you’ve gotta play the right cards if you want to win big.

Detroit ‘67 by Dominique Morisseau: Turntables turn to turmoil in the heart of Detroit when a mysterious woman enters the lives of siblings Chelle and Lank. The spirit of Motown is breaking barriers across neighborhoods. As riots erupt in their beloved city, tensions escalate at home. In the age of tumultuous race relations, how will this family keep it together as their community falls apart?

A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens, Adapted by Patrick Mullins: Virginia Stage’s most popular production continues its tradition at the Wells Theatre. Follow Ebenezer Scrooge’s journey through time with the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future as he learns about redemption, kindness, and compassion. Filled with music and mirth, this timeless play is recommended for all ages and serves often serves as the first point of entry for young theatregoers.

The Santaland Diaries, written by David Sedaris and adapted for the stage by Joe Mantello: This holiday comedy for “mature elves only” returns to Virginia Stage for its third go-round. Based on the memoir of award-winning comedic author David Sedaris, this one-man show recounts his days as a struggling writer working to make ends meet as one Santa’s Elves at Macy’s Department Store. Drunken Santas, flirtatious actors, and aggressive parents abound will ensure you enjoy the holiday season with laughter and merry spirits.

Sense & Sensibility, by Kate Hamill, based on the novel by Jane Austen: After their father's sudden death leaves them destitute, the Dashwood sisters must navigate the gossipy world of late 19th century England. Full of humor and bold theatricality, this energetic take on the classic follows the sisters’ journey as they learn the importance of both sense and sensibility in a world where love and money aren’t mutually exclusive.

The Legend of Georgia McBride, by Matthew Lopez: Casey is down on his luck. Recently fired from his gig as an Elvis impersonator, he scrambles to pay his rent. To top it off, his wife just announced she is pregnant. When a new drag show replaces his act, Casey trades in his jumpsuit for a dress and finds that he has a whole lot to learn about show business—and himself. This music filled comedy explores the art of finding your true voice, with loads of laughs and dance numbers along the way.

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, by Tennessee Williams: The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright paints a portrait of a steamy Mississippi south. At Big Daddy’s birthday, family ties and undercover lies come to surface as Maggie the Cat, infiltrates her husband Brick’s home place. The two dance around the sultry secrets seeping through the cracks of their marriage. Between love, death, lies, and sexual tensions, will the truth ever be revealed?

The Hobbit, by Greg banks, lyrics by Greg banks & Tom Johnson: Travel to the fantasy world of Middle Earth, live on stage, as reluctant hero Bilbo Baggins takes the audience on an epic magical adventure ensuring fun for the whole family. When Bilbo is asked to leave his home to search for treasure, he encounters many obstacles along the way, including the legendary dragon, Smaug. J.R.R. Tolkien's classic is adapted with vigor and charm. This Theatre for Families production is produced in collaboration with The Governor’s School for the Arts.

An increased emphasis on cultivating dialogue during and after our performances has also become an essential component of our mission. Audience-driven Salon Discussions taking place after performances and panel discussions will continue into our 41st Season, among other events.

Population(s) Served
Adults

Virginia Stage recognizes the importance of arts education and believes theater is a powerful tool in unlocking a child’s creative expression, deepening self-awareness and developing critical thinking skills. For over 20 years, Virginia Stage’s Education and Community Engagement programs have been committed to fostering a love of great literature and the performing arts in children and adults alike. Virginia Stage strives to deepen the community’s exposure to teaching artists, playwrights, designers and performers. Since its inception, Virginia Stage has impacted over one million students and teachers in the greater Hampton Roads community. Virginia Stage chooses productions that coordinate with school curricula. Students are provided significantly discounted tickets to attend student matinees in the historic Wells Theatre. Virginia Stage’s programs support Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) by incorporating themes addressing core curriculum subjects and have associated SOL-based study guides. Detailed feedback from teachers and administrators helps determine the most effective use of our Education programming. Virginia Stage will provide programs to over 22,000 students across Virginia, including hundreds from our under-served communities. The 2018-2019 Education and Community Engagement programming includes:
● *NEW* We were selected by New York’s Public Theater to launch Public Works Virginia this season. Public Works Virginia is a major initiative of Virginia Stage Company that seeks to engage the people of Hampton Roads by making them creators of theater rather than spectators. Working with community partner organizations across the seven cities, Public Works Virginia invites community members to attend classes, attend productions, and join in the creation of ambitious works of participatory theater. Public Works was founded by the Public Theater in New York, and Public Works Virginia joins its affiliate network as just the fourth affiliate program, joining Public Works Dallas, Public Works Seattle, and Public Acts at the National Theatre in London.
- In-School tours: In our continued partnership with CHKD and KOHL’s stores, Virginia Stage will bring performances of the following shows into schools throughout Hampton Roads:
-The Tortoise and the Hare by Ryan Clemens - This imaginative retelling of the classic story highlights respecting others, believing in yourself, striving to do your best, and most of all the value of manners over meanness. This joyous play touches on the themes of kindness, friendship, and sharing.
-Healthy Fixin’s by Ryan Clemens - Using the format of a TV game show, Healthy Fixin’s takes students around the world in search of a healthier lifestyle while covering subjects like self-esteem, sleeping habits, healthy snacks, balanced eating, and exercise.
-Meet Mark Twain by Ryan Clemens - Actor Ryan Clemens, descendant of Mark Twain (pen-name of writer Samuel L. Clemens), brings to life the celebrated American author and humorist in this theatrical, hour-long performance. Clemens highlights Twain’s lectures and short stories, as well as classics “Huckleberry Finn,” “Life on the Mississippi,” “Roughing It,” “The Jumping Frog of Calaveras County,” and more. Audiences love to watch him deftly transform into the varied characters of Twain’s world.
● Student Matinee series: We will offer student matinee’s for the following Virginia Stage Mainstage shows, “Our Town”, “A Christmas Carol”, “The Bluest Eye”, “Matilda The Musical”.
● Virginia Stage Education & Transportation Fund: To further collaboration and support of local schools and youth services, Virginia Stage has created a dedicated “bus” fund to aid in the support of transportation costs for round-trip travel for student matinees. Our goal is to eliminate all barriers for students in Hampton Roads to witness live theatre, many for the very first time.
● Urban Theater Program - In partnership with the Friends of the Virginia Beach Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court, this unique opportunity consists of three, 6-week intensive programs during the school year that focuses on excellence in performance, play creation, writing, and production. Students age 14-17, with little or no previous performance experience, who are on probation and have been screened and recommended for the program will work under the guidance and direction of Virginia Stage teaching artists. Teens will practice skill-building techniques and activities through improvisation, kinesthetic techniques, creative writing assignments, and class exercises while working to bring these skills to performance level. Students will also engage in the difficult task of creating a script developed through collaboration, communication, and teamwork based on their written work and scene improvisations, to be presented in performance and performance of the script. Through Virginia Stage’s Urban Theater Program, teens will be empowered to see themselves and a positive and inspirational force as they create and share their stories about who they are and the challenges that they face. Virginia Stage Company’s intent is to: Create and build consistent standards, parent and community engagement, and goals, established by the Friends of the Virginia Beach Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court
● Black Light Puppet Theater Project is a partnership with Eggleston’s Services and the Governor’s School for the Arts. Virginia Stage’s teaching artists will work with adults from Eggleston’s Services with intellectual and physical challenges and abilities and partner them with performing arts high school students from the Governor’s School for the Arts. Together they will create Black Light Theater performance pieces. Since this type of performance utilizes devices that are entirely visual and underscored with music, audiences of any age can understand and enjoy Black Light Theater. The intended result is a theatrical work that combines grand spectacle with beautiful and moving art; all performed by highly functioning adults with individual challenges partnered with high school performing arts students.
● Dramatically Able - Virginia Stage will partner with the Access Virginia to create a series of workshops and performances specifically for people with All Abilities to participate in every aspect of theatrical arts. Through key partnership with community organizations such as Arts Inclusion Company,Dramatically Able Participants will include individuals diagnosed with Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, hearing/vision impairments, and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Our goals include teaching and reinforcing skills such as creative expression, and interpersonal skills, as well as gaining a sense of confidence while involved in the community-supported Arts Inclusion Company. It is our hope that they can take these skills into all areas of their lives.
● In-School Workshops – Custom-designed for the needs of the school or organization, workshops are taught by Virginia Stage’s professional teaching artists and can address a particular academic subject or theater-based topic.
● In-School Residencies - In our school residency programs, Virginia Stage’s skilled teaching artists work in support of classroom learning goals in schools throughout the region. The Virginia Stage Education team designs and conducts our residencies in partnership with teachers and administrators. In-school residencies are designed to allow students to spend extended time with visiting artists at their home school participating in activities that further connect performing arts to the broader core curriculum. The overall aim of the residencies is to provide students, teachers, and parents with first-hand opportunities to work with professional performers, enriching school arts programs and encouraging future artists and arts audiences.
● Master Classes and Workshops – Virginia Stage’s local and national theater professionals work both one-on-one and in a group setting with students, helping them hone their theater skills. Topics and ages vary by session, providing a unique learning opportunity with each Master Class. Master Class sessions are offered for students and adults.
● Girl Scout Day & Boy Scout Day – Scouts attend a performance of A Christmas Carol followed by specialized workshops to earn their theater badges.
● #OurTown757- A new program in our 40th Anniversary Season, #OurTown757 is a unique community engagement opportunity which provides a living repository of stories that celebrate the vibrant lives of the people who helped shaped the Hampton Roads region.

Population(s) Served
Children and youth
Adults

Theatre For Everyone: Virginia Stage Company is committed to being a theatre for everyone in Hampton Roads, including citizens of all abilities. Our accessibility programs make our productions a welcoming and comfortable place for the citizens of Eastern Virginia and North Carolina.
-Loop Listening System provides top of the line listening assistance for our patrons. Either through headsets available at the Box Office or directly into personal hearing aids equipped with a t-coil, patrons can receive audio assistance through microphones placed onstage, often specifically for this purpose.
-ADA Accessible Seating for all of our productions is located in the orchestra for easy access for patrons with wheelchairs and walkers. In addition, row M, the rear row of the orchestra, has been fully renovated with seats that are larger than the rest in the house for patrons that may need this amenity.
-American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreters translate performance on the second Saturday of performance. Having more than one interpreter allows us to capture the speaking scenes and music in a dynamic manner.
-Wheelchair Lift transports patrons into the newly-renovated education classrooms on the second floor of the Tazewell Lounge, allowing all community members access to this -Theater for Everyone Evening, a performance specially-designed as a theater experience for individuals of all abilities (with and without special needs), invites the audience to come early and participate in a hands-on exploration of A Christmas Carol props and costumes in the main lobby before the show. This performance is modified to increase the comfort level of all patrons by eliminating total blackouts, modifying volume levels of some sound effects, and eliminating strobe effects.
-Open Captioning and Audio Description convey the dialogue and action of the play to those not fluent in American Sign Language (ASL) or not desiring to make known their disability. Audio Description utilizes a trained interpreter describing what is seen live onstage: from costumes to dancing, to how the characters are interacting with each other. Open Captioning displays the complete text of the play or musical on a small LED screen positioned at the edge of the stage. This “passive system” allows patrons needing the service to do so discreetly and also empowers others in the audience to utilize the screen should they encounter difficulty discerning a dialect or textual moment. Both of these programs are unique not only to Norfolk, but to our entire region.

Population(s) Served
Adults
Children and youth

Where we work

Awards

50 for 50 Arts Inspiration Award for VSC's Black Light Puppet Theatre Project 2018

Virginia Commission for the Arts

Affiliations & memberships

Actor's Equity Association 1979

League of Resident Theatres (LORT) 1979

Theatre Communications Groups - Constituent Theatre 2010

Our results

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

How does this organization measure their results? It's a hard question but an important one.

Number of youth programs offered

This metric is no longer tracked.
Totals By Year
Population(s) Served

Children and youth, Young adults

Related Program

Education and Community Engagement

Type of Metric

Output - describing our activities and reach

Direction of Success

Increasing

Context Notes

In school tours, education programming, workshops, student matinees and community outreach.

Total number of audience members

This metric is no longer tracked.
Totals By Year
Population(s) Served

Adults

Related Program

Mainstage Series

Type of Metric

Output - describing our activities and reach

Direction of Success

Increasing

Context Notes

Mainstage only

Goals & Strategy

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

Learn about the organization's key goals, strategies, capabilities, and progress.

Charting impact

Four powerful questions that require reflection about what really matters - results.

Objective: Ensure the long term financial stability of the organization and eliminate the
Company’s vendor and bank debt within the next 5 years
Goal 1: Increase earned and contributed revenue and control expenses to generate an annual
operating profit
Goal 2: Practice sound fiscal policies
Goal 3: Build the endowment fund

Objective: Improve and enhance the Wells Theatre and its facilities
Goal 1: Improve the patron service amenities and appearances, the functional and technical support
aspects of the facility

Objective: Produce plays of the highest artistic merit
Goal 1: Attract the nation’s top theater artists – actors, designers and directors
Goal 2: Expand and develop a pool of local artists that are at a skill level that is commensurate
with VSC standards

Objective: Become a leading choice in arts entertainment for Hampton Roads residents
Goal 1: Elevate the profile and brand recognition of the Company
Goal 2: Employ marketing tools to increase ticket revenue
Goal 3: Employ Public Relations Strategies: to increase exposures
Goal 4: Identify and develop new audiences

Objective: Earn national recognition for the quality of VSC’s work
Goal 1: Win a Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre
Goal 2: Develop a nationally recognized sustainable model for an innovative approach to education,
outreach, and community engagement programs through Cultivate
Goal 3: Participate in national and international production festivals

Seek new national, regional and educational grants. Create a dedicated funding source to support the development of new works. Increase season and single ticket sales. Increase revenues from Cultivate programs. Build an operating cash reserve to address cyclical cash flow challenges. Revise the Company’s five-year business plan that details VSC’s stakeholder analysis, identifies growth opportunities and details a fiscal plan/budget. Have an outside consultant perform a review of the Company’s internal procedures to improve financial controls. Identify community leaders that can provide significant gifts. Design a plan for renovating the Wells Theatre to include improving patron service amenities, upgrading lighting and sound systems, upgrading the stage rigging and fly system, upgrading the HVAC system, and replace the box office & development software. Redesign the upper balcony space to increase audience engagement and connectivity. Improve our support structure that provides an environment that draws outstanding artists. Acquire a dedicated rehearsal space that approximates the size of the Wells Theatre stage. Maintain combined Production/Education/Marketing expenses at 75% of Total Annual Expenses. Increase production and staff salaries to TCG national averages. Expand the selection of local artists and interns for Company activities. Increase involvement in the artistic development of the local acting community by conducting workshops, teaching or sponsoring activities related to the theater. Employ Cultivate activities to deepen the Company’s presence in the community and educate the public of VSC’s role as a resident theater/stage company. Ensure materials reflect the creativity and artistic value of the productions. Cultivate key media relationships in broadcast and print, create messaging that is consistent across all Company departments, employ cost-effective media purchases and enhance social media and internet marketing. Increase Marketing budgets to grow all media presence and fine-tune marketing mechanisms through research. Target new area populations/markets. Grow subscription base to 5,000 over the next five years and sustain that level. Establish a group sales baseline and increase it by 2% each year over the next 5 years. Coordinate with the convention and tourist bureaus to package VSC activities with their sponsored events. Market the Wells Theatre as a place to hold corporate functions associated. Continue to obtain reviews in national press including Washington Post, Variety, The New York Times and the American Theater Magazine. Participate in national theater conferences. Continue to produce original productions and U.S. premieres. Create community engagement projects that promote interactivity with the Arts. Grow VSC's partnership with educational institutions throughout Hampton Roads. Expand staff’s professional development by attendance and participation in conferences and festivals.

VSC has a proven record of accomplishing set goals. We set realistic and achievable objectives and strive to achieve them.

Completed Goal Strategies: – as of March 1, 2013
Objective: Ensure the long term financial stability of the organization and eliminate the
Company’s vendor and bank debt within the next 5 years
Goal 1: Increase earned and contributed revenue and control expenses to generate an annual
operating profit
Strategies:
Develop a Business Plan that details VSC’s stakeholder analysis, identifies growth opportunities and details a ten-year fiscal plan/budget.
Increase ticket pricing
Form an honorary Advisory Counsel of ex-officio Board members to maintain their association with and support of the Company
Add a sales person that targets Group Sales
Increase the price of the matinee performances to equal the weekend evening performances
Form a planned giving society

Goal 3: Build the endowment fund
Strategies:
Complete a capital campaign feasibility study in 2011 and initiate campaign as soon as the Board deems appropriate
Identify community leaders that can provide significant gifts that can be the starter donors

Objective: Produce plays of the highest artistic merit
Goal 2: Expand and develop a pool of local artists that are at a skill level that is commensurate
with our standards
Strategies:
Create a position of liaison to the community of local developing artists

Objective: Become a leading choice in arts entertainment for Hampton Roads residents
Goal 1: Elevate the profile and brand recognition of the Company
Strategies:
Partner with ODU School of Business to execute an in-depth analysis and focus groups of patrons and non-theater goers to solicit ideas for heightening customer satisfaction and increasing audience base

Objective: Earn national recognition for the quality of VSC’s work.
Goal 1: Win a Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre.
Strategies:
Obtain reviews in national press including Washington Post, Variety, The New York Times and the American Theater Magazine

Goal 3: Participate in national and international production festivals
Strategies:
Put national producers on the mailing list; contact directly for specific productions

How we listen

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

Seeking feedback from people served makes programs more responsive and effective. Here’s how this organization is listening.

done We demonstrated a willingness to learn more by reviewing resources about feedback practice.
done We shared information about our current feedback practices.
  • How is your organization collecting feedback from the people you serve?

    Electronic surveys (by email, tablet, etc.), Paper surveys, Community meetings/Town halls,

  • How is your organization using feedback from the people you serve?

    To identify bright spots and enhance positive service experiences, To inform the development of new programs/projects, To identify where we are less inclusive or equitable across demographic groups, To strengthen relationships with the people we serve,

  • With whom is the organization sharing feedback?

    The people we serve, Our staff, Our board, Our funders, Our community partners,

  • Which of the following feedback practices does your organization routinely carry out?

  • What challenges does the organization face when collecting feedback?

    It is difficult to get the people we serve to respond to requests for feedback, We don’t have the right technology to collect and aggregate feedback efficiently,

Financials

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VIRGINIA STAGE COMPANY

Board of directors
as of 3/18/2022
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Mrs. Ann Brogan

Carole Aitken

Virginia Stage Associates, President

Ann Brogan

Crowley, Liberatore, Ryan & Brogan, PC

Lynn Cobb

Lynn Cobb Interiors

Lauren Conner

William E. Wood, Realtors

Betty Edwards

Community Volunteer

Leslie Friedman

Community Volunteer

Steve Fuschetti

Gannett Media Technology International

Jan Goldrich

Community Volunteer

John Katsias

The Katsias Company

Jackie King

Community Volunteer

Scott Reed

Riverside Regional Medical Center

Eugene Winston

Gryphon Technologies

Sarah Clarkson

Center for Arthritis and Rheumatic Diseases

Ann Stokes

Ann P. Stokes Landscaping Architects

Xandra Pendergrass

Signature Wealth Management

Chris Abbate

Community Volunteer

Richard Boykin

Retired

Dennis Cestra, Jr.

Howard Hanna

Susan Einhorn

Retired

Page Laws, Ph.D

Norfolk State University Dean

Cathy Maston

Community Volunteer

Barry Pollara

Financial Advisor

Board leadership practices

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  • Board orientation and education
    Does the board conduct a formal orientation for new board members and require all board members to sign a written agreement regarding their roles, responsibilities, and expectations? Yes
  • CEO oversight
    Has the board conducted a formal, written assessment of the chief executive within the past year ? Yes
  • Ethics and transparency
    Have the board and senior staff reviewed the conflict-of-interest policy and completed and signed disclosure statements in the past year? Yes
  • Board composition
    Does the board ensure an inclusive board member recruitment process that results in diversity of thought and leadership? Yes

Organizational demographics

SOURCE: Self-reported; last updated 03/18/2022

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Leadership

The organization's leader identifies as:

Race & ethnicity
White/Caucasian/European
Gender identity
Male, Not transgender (cisgender)
Sexual orientation
Heterosexual or Straight
Disability status
Person without a disability

Race & ethnicity

Gender identity

 

Sexual orientation

No data

Disability

No data