We have been making innovative, professional quality theatre in Central Virginia for over 10 years. Past productions below.

 

2015 Season

Ring of Fire

Featuring the music of Johnny Cash
Conceived by William Meade and created by Richard Maltby, Jr.
Directed by Jimmy Maize

Location: Warehouse Theatre at the Academy Center of the Arts


Counter/Top

Written by Kirin McCrory
Directed by Walter Kmiec

A dark comedy revolved around a young couple from Charlottesville experiencing Lynchburg's Texas Inn and how class divide affects us all.

 


2014 Season

Two Gentlemen of Virginia

Written by Walter Kmiec and Jude Flannelly
Directed by Walter Kmiec

Who are the two gentlemen you may ask? A young Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. What better place for this production to spend its opening weekend but at Thomas Jefferson’s retreat home, Poplar Forest.


Our Town

Written by Thornton Wilder
Directed by Geoffrey Kershner and Aaron C. Thomas

This incredible play about the beauty and ephemeral nature of life was inventively illuminated at Lynchburg's historic Old City Cemetery.


Always…Patsy Cline

Featuring the music of Patsy Cline
Written by Ted Swindley. Based on a true story.
Directed by Chad Larabee
Musical Direction by Phillip Kershner

Performed at Lynchburg’s Academy Center of the Arts, Always…Patsy Cline was more than a tribute to the legendary country singer who died tragically at age 30 in a plane crash in 1963.


In Sweet Remembrance

Written by Tearrance Chisholm
Directed by Walter Kmiec

Commissioned by Endstation Theatre Company, Sweet Briar College, The Greater Lynchburg Community Trust, and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, In Sweet Remembrance is a tribute to the significant role of the black community throughout Sweet Briar College’s history.


2013 Season

The Taming of the Shrew

Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Geoffrey Kershner


Cymbeline

Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Walter Kmiec


Violet: A Musical

Book & Lyrics by Brian Crawley Music by Jeanine Tesori
Based on the book “The Ugliest Pilgrim” by Doris Betts
Directed by Chad Larabee

Set in 1964 in the Deep South with the backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement, Violet follows the emotional transformation of a young woman accidentally scarred by her father.


Unearthed

Book and Lyrics by Nick Lantz
Music by Scott Gendel
Directed by Kelly Bremner

An original piece set in the Blue Ridge foothills in 1900 and 2000, Unearthed follows the troubled lives of Alzy and Wade, who in their own time each discover the same strange man buried in the woods.


2012 Season

The Comedy of Errors

Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Geoffrey Kershner
Sponsored by The Briar Patch Restaurant


Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Music and Lyrics by ROGER MILLER
Book by WILLIAM HAUPTMAN
Adapted from the novel by Mark Twain
Directed by Chad Larabee
Sponsored by Amherst Milling Company


Macbeth

Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Geoffrey Kershner



2011 Season

Good Good Trouble on Bad Bad Island

Written by Josh Mikel
Directed by Geoffrey Kershner

Written for young audiences by Endstation’s resident playwright, Josh Mikel, this original play debuted at the New York International Fringe Festival in 2010. 


Cry of the Mountain

Created & Performed by Adelind Horan

This one-woman show, which was conceived and was performed by the talented Adelind Horan, tackles the complex issue of mountaintop coal removal in the Appalachian Mountains. 


Assassins

Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by John Weidman
Directed by Chad Larabee

This most American of musicals lays bare the lives of nine infamous historical figures, who forged their way into our history books for their assassinations (or attempted assassinations) of some of our American presidents. 


Twelfth Night

Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Geoffrey Kershner

Commonly regarded as Shakespeare’s best comedy, this hysterical play is filled with mistaken identities, romance, and a little cross-dressing. Endstation staged this hilarious comedy at Sweet Briar’s old train station, utilizing a stunning mountain vista as its backdrop. Each night, audiences enjoyed a beautiful sunset while watching the tale unfold.  

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) (2010)
Written by Adam Long, Daniel Singer & Jess Winfield
Directed by Geoffrey Kershne


2010 Season

Alice in Wonderland

Written by Madge Miller
Directed by Susan Myburgh

Alice in Wonderland was our first production for young audiences. 


Hamlet

Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Geoffrey Kershner

Our outdoor production of Shakespeare’s classic tragedy Hamlet set in Civil War Virginia.


2009 Season

The Bluest Water: A Hurricane Camille Story

Bluest Water
by Jason Chimonides
Directed by Geoffrey Kershner

The Bluest Water is a memory play that takes the audience from 1969 Nelson County to Nelson County in present day. The play’s fictional characters try to heal as individuals and as a community in the face of great loss.
 


A Midsummer Night’s Dream

by William ShakespeareMidsummer
Directed by Ryan Clark


My Brother’s Knife: A Madison Heights Odyssey

by Josh Mikel
Directed by Geoffrey Kershner


2008 Season

Romeo and Juliet

by William Shakespeare
Directed by Bill Kershner


2007 Season

The Tell-Tale Heart and The Mind of Poe (2007)

Written by Endstation Theatre Company
Directed by Geoffrey Kershner

This exciting original production was created in workshop at Sweet Briar College and was performed in 2007 in Lynchburg, Amherst, and Charlottesville, Virginia. It was also featured as part of the 2007 Washington DC Capital Fringe Festival. The production took some of Edgar Allan Poe’s most famous stories and poems and placed them in a Victorian psych ward of Endstation’s creation. This exciting piece of environmental theatre included vivid story telling, live percussion, and thrilled audiences across