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THEATRE WITHOUT COMPROMISE
Dedicated to new, exciting, and innovative theatrical works of the highest quality, we provide a space where writers, performers, and an audience can come together in a spirit of community and collaboration to expand our understanding of what is possible in the theatre. We also offer educational programs and support for artist development for Southwestern Virginia. By working in concert with other arts organizations, we will strive to make Roanoke a nationally recognized ignition point for new play development.
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STUDIO ROANOKE

30 Campbell Ave., SW

Roanoke VA 24011

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Organizations and people we work with
Theatre is a collaborative art form, and Studio Roanoke frequently works with other people and organizations in order to do what we do.

  • Roanoke Children's Theatre
  • Barter Theatre
  • Art By Night
  • Wilson-Hughes Gallery
  • Roanoke Times
  • New City Media
  • 101.5 The Music Place
  • Audiotronics
  • SwiftPrint
  • Jackson Center for Creative Writing at Hollins University
  • Randolph College
  • Lee Moyer, Illustrator
  • Annaliese Moyer, Performance Photographer
Volunteer
Nothing is as important in building a relationship as walking in the door, introducing yourself, and offering to help. As we’ve said, we’re building a community here and we’re going to be more likely to work with people we already know and trust than complete strangers. Wouldn’t you? Don’t be a stranger, come let us meet you and get to know you better by offering to help on a project or two. We’ll be glad you did, and so will you!
Supportive Organizations and Corporations
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