We are excited to announce the reorientation to the Schultz Theatre entrance at J. Frank Hillyard Auditorium.
Patrons will enter the facility using the doors at the West end of the building. The West entrance has ample parking, minimal stairs and an access ramp for greater ease when entering the facility.
We look forward to seeing everyone at the Schultz!
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Want to join a fun group to see a Schultz Theatre show and have a meal together? The Curious Savage and the upcoming Leader of the Pack: The Ellie Greenwich Musical are listed as activities in the JMU Lifelong Learning Institute Fall Catalog in the "Trips and Community Service Events" section. Become a member of the Lifelong Learning group and come see the show with other friends who love theatre. Details about the trips can be found at www.jmu.edu/LLI
The Schultz Theatre and School of Performing Arts is a non-profit 501(c)(3) community theatre, showcasing the talents of our neighbors ranging from pre-teens to retired. Our goal is to provide an entertainment venue for the community. By offering theatre, dance, music, entertainment and quality instruction in the performing arts, we hope to enrich the lives of the community we serve while building for the future.
P.O. Box 1027
Broadway, Virginia 22815
J. Frank Hillyard Auditorium
226 Hawks Hill Drive
Broadway, Virginia 22815
We are Non-Profit
All donations are tax deductible
Tickets are $15 Adults and $13 for Students/Seniors
Students refers to all youth through High School & College Students with a current College ID
Seniors refers to anyone age 65 or older
Online ticket sales close one hour prior to curtain.
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The Curious Savage
By John Patrick
Directed by Terri Hoover
Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc.
Sponsored by Malcolm and Maureen Lane of Broadway, Virginia
Featuring Jean Fiske, Ava Grace Flory, Amy Haloskey, Ann Heap,
Dennis Lee, Kate Martin, Clark Ritchie, Austin Shifflett, Seth Simmers,
Cory Tinkham and Dee White
Mrs. Savage has been left ten million dollars by her husband and wants to make the best use of it, in spite of her grown-up stepchildren’s efforts to get their hands on it. Knowing that the widow’s wealth is now in negotiable securities, and seeing they cannot get hold of the fortune, the stepchildren commit her to a sanatorium hoping to “bring her to her senses.” In the sanatorium Mrs. Savage meets various social misfits, men and women who just cannot adjust themselves to life, people who need the help Mrs. Savage can provide. In getting to know them, she realizes that she will find happiness with them and plans to spend the rest of her life as one of them. But when the doctor tells her there is no reason why she should remain, she hesitates to go out into a hard world where people seem ready to do anything for money. The self-seeking stepchildren are driven to distraction by their vain efforts to browbeat Mrs. Savage, but she preserves her equanimity and leads them on a merry chase. At last her friends conspire to get rid of her stepchildren, and through their simple belief in the justice of her cause, they enable Mrs. Savage to carry out her plans to establish a fund to help others realize their hopes and dreams. The dominant mood is high comedy, and the audience is left with a feeling that the neglected virtues of kindness and affection have not been entirely lost in a world that seems at times motivated only by greed and dishonesty.
An entertaining and fanciful comedy, and one of our most successful plays for all groups.
Friday, Sept. 6 and Saturday, Sept. 7 at 700 PM and Sunday, Sept. 8 at 3:00 PM
Friday, Sept. 13 and Saturday, Sept. 14 at 7:00 PM and Sunday, Sept. 15 at 3:00 PM