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Weathervane Theatre 2015 Season

Our 50th Season includes plenty of family entertainment, among them some familiar favorites as we share this anniversary summer.

Each year, we try to put together a striking combination of large and small, classic and contemporary musicals along with the fast fun of a comedic romp and a contemporary family drama . . . see one – see them all!

For the kind of Weathervane summer you might anticipate, our 2015 Season offers an example of the kinds of shows we were proud to produce:
Fiddler On The Roof – Smokey Joe’s Cafe – Oleanna – Into The Woods
Lend Me A Tenor
 – The Full Monty – Floyd Collins
Plus our traditional Opening/Closing performances of Bubble & Squeak and  TheBest of

AND a special gala performance featuring retuning alumni: It’s Better in a Barn—Celebrating 50 Seasons


We welcome to our WVAA Board of Directors Weathervane alumni Colin Keating, and the return of Kellee Marsh. We're excited to have you with us!

In the summer of 2008, the Weathervane Theatre Alumni Association established the Richard and Terry Portner Fund in recognition of the many contributions the Port- ners have made to the Weathervane Theatre since their association began in 1968.
Nicole LewisBy providing an annual gift of $1,000 to the theatre for spe- cial projects, guest artists, guest directors or guest de- signers, according to the needs of the theatre, the Portner Fund furthers the mission of the WVAA to enlarge creative and financial support for the Weathervane Theatre.

Alumna Nicole Lewis was selected as the 2011 recipient of the fund for her work as guest director of the Weathervane’s production of Race by David Mamet. Nicole made her Weath- ervane debut in the 1995 acting company of Once On This Island. She returned for both the 1997 and 2004 seasons. She recently per- formed in the Broadway and touring productions of HAIR; All My Sons for the Intiman Theater; and the Philadelphia Theater Com- pany’s production of Race. 


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WVAA, Inc. 
Board of Directors 

President: Rick Farrar 
Vice President: Rien Schlecht
Treasurer: Jeff Zadroga
Secretary: Colin Keating

Brandi Varnell
Michael Sheehan
Catherine Carter
Laura Manos-Hey
Kellee Marsh
Timothy Breese Miller


Weathervane Theatre Alumni 
Association, Inc.,

P.O. Box 69, 
Gardiner, New York 12525.