Welcome!

Welcome to the Vienna Theatre Company (VTC) website.  VTC is the resident non-profit performing arts company in Vienna, VA. We are located at the Vienna Community Center. VTC brings residents of Vienna, as well as the surrounding Northern Virginia/D.C. metropolitan area, the opportunity to participate in theatre as audience members or as volunteers onstage and backstage.

The Vienna Theatre Company has been touched by the Black Lives Matter movement. We have been inspired to intensify our efforts to be a vibrant diverse company dedicated to fine entertainment. VTC welcomes people of all races, backgrounds and experiences. This belief extends to all of our decision making including outreach, play selection, leadership, directing, casting, and all phases of our operations. In short, ALL ARE WELCOME and will be treated with dignity and respect. 


Upcoming Show: 

In lieu of our usual fall production schedule, cancelled because of the Covid-19 pandemic, Vienna theatre Company proudly presents In Living Sound from Oct 23 – Oct 31, two weekends only! Come enjoy episodes from 3 American classic radio series of different genres: lighthearted comedy, detective and sci fi drama all replete with live sound effects and the occasional funny hat. As a gift to our patrons, we offer free of charge shows in two performance formats to accommodate these unusual times.  Please join us! 

Featured shows are from the following series: X Minus One, Gunsmoke and Sam Spade:

X Minus One – Mars is Heaven (May 8, 1955)

It’s 1987 and humanity has finally landed on Mars.  But Mars is not what the explorers were expecting, and it was very familiar.

Gunsmoke – Chester’s Dilemma (January 31, 1960)

…a warm, humorous celebration of human nature, set soon after the arrival of the railroad in the wild frontier town, Dodge City, Kansas, during the settlement of the American West.

Sam Spade – The Blood Money Caper (September 29, 1946)

…the first episode of the hard-boiled detective series based on the character created by American writer Dashiell Hammett in his 1930 novel, The Maltese Falcon


Performances Dates:

Two performance formats are offered to accommodate these unusual times.

Live in person performances

At the Vienna Community Center – following all public health & safety recommendations for social distancing.
Seating capacity is limited to 21 people. Please get your tickets early. Tickets available starting September 21, 2020.
Please arrive between 10-20 minutes early to allow for safe entry and seating arrangement. All staff, volunteers and patrons are required by state and local regulations to wear a face covering to ensure the health and safety of everyone. The performance will be no longer than 90 minutes with no intermission. There will be no concessions sold. 

Friday evenings at 7:00pm on October 23 and 30

Saturday matinees at 2:00pm on October 24 and 31

Virtual live performances

available online via Zoom. The link will be posted at 6pm on the day of the performance, or you can email VTCshows@yahoo.com to receive an email.

Saturdays evenings at 7:00pm on October  24 and 31

All performance will be offered free of charge, but donations are always appreciated.

2020-2021 Performance Season

Fall 2020 – In Living Sound

Winter 2021 – TBA

Spring 2021 – Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman* directed by Rosemary Hartman

*Subject to obtaining the rights


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