Theatre West Virginia's mission is to produce, present, and administer the highest quality performing arts programs (i.e., plays, dance, musicals) for the entertainment and cultural enrichment of the public in West Virginia. Theatre West Virginia carries out its mission in the areas of community development, arts in education and Theatre West Virginia's professional training academy. Home of Outdoor Dramas "Honey in the Rock" and "Hatfields and McCoys" as well as the brand new "Rocket Boys: The Musical".
Theatre West Virginia was founded in 1955 as the West Virginia Historical Drama Association by concerned citizens from the Raleigh County region who desired to present West Virginia's unique culture to as wide an audience as possible.
Founders included former Governor Hulett C Smith, Leo Vecellio, Charles Hodel, C.S. Lewis, Harry Anderson, Waldo Lafon, M.W. Powers and others who helped fund the project. In 1961, their dream became a reality with the opening of Honey in the Rock. The dramatic view of the New River Gorge coupled with a perfectly designed amphitheatre in Grandview have provided more than one million visitors with the excitement of outdoor musical drama.
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