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In the community since 1981 — Castaways celebrates our 35th season.

The stage is a magic circle where
only the most real things happen…
A truer and more real place does
not exist in all the universe.
                                P.S. Baber

Early Summer 2017

Jane Eyre logo

Adapted from Charlotte Brontë’s novel

Directed by Julie Little

(Julie Little was named the 2017 Outstanding Arts Educator during the Kathleen K. Seefeldt Awards for Arts Excellence ceremony in May at the Hylton Performing Arts Center)

Charlotte Brontë’s powerful Gothic novel is brought to life on our stage. In her autobiography, Jane Eyre recalls the difficulties growing up as an orphan in the home of her cruel aunt and at Lowood, the charity school run by the rigid Mr. Brocklehurst. Throughout tragedy and hardship, Jane grows into an independent and spirited adult. She applies for and obtains a position as governess at Thornfield Hall, where she encounters its inscrutable master, Edward Rochester. There, she uncovers a dark and terrible secret, and Jane is forced to make a choice to follow her heart or her convictions. In the end, through great courage and sacrifice, Jane finds a place she can finally call home.


June 16 @ 7:30pm
June 17 @ 2:00pm
June 23 @ 7:30pm
June 24 @ 2:00pm

Location: Ferlazzo Mainstage*

General Admission available at the door before each show:
Adults $12.00 each;
Children 12 and under: $8;
Ages 3 and under are free.
Cash and checks are accepted at the door.

Advance prices and online sales via credit card are available here: Jane Eyre Tickets
Advance sale prices end June 15.

For more information about this production, email the director at julielittle@verizon.net

More information about Castaways Youth Theatre can be found at: www.homeschooltheatretroupe.com


If you have any questions or would like to volunteer and help out in any capacity (training is available), please email CRT at info@castawaystheatre.org or call the Castaways number 703-232-1710.

*Ferlazzo Mainstage Location Map and Directions: Please see “Directions” under the “Productions” tab above.


This local community theater is known for such productions as Fiddler on the Roof, Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, The Great Gatsby, Oliver Twist, Pride and Prejudice, Godspell, My Fair Lady, The Miracle Worker, South Pacific, Hello Dolly, Raisin In The Sun, The Music Man, the Neil Simon comedy Barefoot in the Park, and Shakespeare’s Macbeth, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Taming of the Shrew, and Romeo and Juliet.


Castaways is pleased to announce that we are partnering with Bel Air Women’s Club and others to collect food donations at each performance this season for needy families and Neabsco Elementary School.  If you would like to contribute, please bring non-perishable food items to the show such as the following suggestions: Individual servings of pasta; Individual boxes of cold cereal; Individual cups of applesauce; Individual packs of raisins; Peanut butter to go packs; Individual serving cans of peas, corn, carrots; Individual boxed packs of non-refrigerated milk drinks.


Community Support: As with every non-profit community theater, we depend on the support of individuals, groups, and corporations.  As a donor you will help us to continue our tradition of bringing the performing arts to Prince William County.  Our Castaways Contributors are listed in our programs and on our web site for the season to acknowledge their patronage. Contributors who wish to remain anonymous are listed as Confidential Contributors. Your contribution is tax deductible. For your records our tax number is as follows: 54-1238782.  For more details look under the “Help out/Support us” tab above.

The Castaways Repertory Theatre is a non-profit organization affiliated with the NVTA and WATCH. Partial funding has been provided by Prince William County.
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Contact the Castaways Repertory Theatre Webmaster at:  td@castawaystheatre.org

Date published: June 11, 2017