April fundraising event.
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A new year of varied and exciting concert readings presented by the top professional actors in our area.
A new look, stylish and inviting; a new website, easy to use and fun to explore.
A new home! More seats, more space, more opportunity for innovation, thanks to the hospitality of Waxhaw Presbyterian Church. Find us at 8100 Old Waxhaw Monroe Road in Waxhaw.
A poster for each show in the 2013-2014 Season is just below. Click on each one for dates, times, and descriptions. From there, you can click to reserve your tickets and pay with the convenience of PayPal.
I was impressed not only with the quality of the performace, but with the professionalism, camaraderie and respect that the actors had for each other and for me.Dawn DeAnna Wilson, playwright, Jesu of Fondue
...a gem...where words sparkle...and still matter.Roger Durrett, actor and patron
I am living in each play. I am able to see [the character's] homes, yards, and apartments.Pat Kitto, audience member
...wonderful and entertaining while building the audience's imagination page by page.Beth Pesakoff, actor
Here are the terrific actors you’ll see in We Like Short Shorts.
Each year has brought great talent, outstanding plays and more fun for us.Al and Hazel Starnes, supporters and audience members.
The focus...is immediate - to honor the writer's words, tell the story, find the truth in the characters, and include the audience as the other all important scene partner.Dennis Delamar, actor.
Storefront Theatre gives audiences the intimate and novel feeling of hearing a great story being told while experiencing the facial expressions and chemistry among the actors and the characters they embody.Dennis Delamar, actor
...a gem of a theater where you can see some of the best actors in the region at about the price of a movie ticket.Kay Starnes, audience member
I've worked as an actor in several Storefront productions and loved the experience every time!Shon Wilson, Los Angeles, CA
It amazes me how engaging a work can still be without props, sets, and costumes. Audiences wind up really listening. And they find something worthy of that skill every time.Roger Durrett, actor and audience member
The Storefront Theatre is one of "Waxhaw's Best Kept Secrets" but our mission is to spread the word so everyone knows.Devoted Storefront Theatre Fans, Aliene and Franklin Sparkman
I'm now living in Los Angeles and am in the process of starting my own readers theatre patterned off of [this] very successful company.Shon Wilson, Los Angeles, CA
The Storefront Theatre was founded by Judy Simpson Cook who is the Artistic/Executive Director but she doesn’t do it alone. In the coming days, we’ll introduce you to some of the very interesting and talented people who participate as board members or stagehands or technical staff.
Judy Simpson Cook is a writer, producer, director, and actress. She received a B.A. in English and Fine Arts from Presbyterian College in Clinton, South Carolina in 1970. She is co-author, with Terry Bryan, of Revolution without Casualties, a play exploring the self-concepts most women share....Read more →