Community Theatre


Please join us for this year’s annual Harvest Fair at the Rochester town park. There will be our annual flower show on the bandstand, delicious food choices, activities for kids, craft vendors and demos, non-profit organization information booths and displays, live music and other entertainment throughout the day, and much more!

Fairgoers are encouraged to help others in the community by bringing donations of non-perishable food items for the community food shelf. There will be a collection depot at the entry gate for those donations.

For more information, call the fair co-producers: Martha Slater at 767-3025 or Ginny Bowman at 767-3954.

The White River Valley Players Announce


Join WRVP in Thorton Wilder’s classic play

Our Town

Directed by Richard Reed

Wilder’s play Our Town defies most conventional theatrical genres.
It is neither a comedy nor a tragedy, neither a romance nor a farce. This play embraces and
celebrates life in a small New England community much like Rochester.

Thursday August 25, 2016 • 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Saturday, August 27, 2016 • 10:00 a.m. to noon
Call backs: Sunday August 28, 2016 • 6:00 to 8:00 pm

at Rochester High School auditorium
Route 100 South, Rochester, Vermont
Performances will be held in the Rochester High School auditorium
November 4, 5, 6, and 11, 12, 13, 2016
All Ages Welcome!
Principle roles, many supporting roles for Men and Women 16 years and up as well as
roles for children 11 years and up
No Preparation Necessary.
To read the descriptions of the characters and the play go to

contact Ginny Bowman 767-3954


We are a community theater group, run by volunteers.

One of our goals is to share our love of theater…

Over the years we’ve done a huge range of shows, everything from Broadway musicals to Brecht. We’ve done full-length plays and evenings of original one-acts and produced events that focus on community building and performance such as our annual Harvest Fair (a fall fair on our town green, with a full day of live entertainment, arts and crafts, food, a flower show, children’s activities, and a lot more) which has been a tradition on the first weekend after Labor Day since 1987. We invite you to see one of our shows, attend one of our events, or join us on-stage or off to experience the magic of community theater.

Check out some of our most recent productions or peruse a list of all of our past productions by clicking on our past productions in the menu above.