To Our Committed Patrons:
As the situation around the Coronavirus pandemic continues to develop here and abroad, arts organizations around the world, from schools and community theatres all the way to Broadway, have had to make difficult decisions for the safety of our performers, crew, artists, patrons and others in our communities. We know these decisions are difficult and impact the livelihood of all involved, and we don’t make them lightly.
For the safety of those we love and who support us and the performing arts in our region and beyond, and in the best interest of our collective community, Virginia Musical Theatre will postpone our upcoming production of Mamma Mia at the Sandler Center.
Our team is working with all of our artists and is currently looking at all presented options to reschedule Mamma Mia. Once we’ve finalized a decision, we will communicate the new dates. Tickets purchased for Mamma Mia will be honored for the new dates, but all new ticket sales for Mamma Mia are being suspended until we have come to a decision.
We know our community, like our country, is a resilient one. Virginia Musical Theatre looks forward to returning stronger than ever. We encourage you to sing, dance and keep creating and sharing your art with us and the world. We see and applaud you.
Thank you for your continued commitment to Virginia Musical Theatre and to the arts.
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND. Never in our 29 years has a show so captivated our audiences that we’re bringing it back just two and a half years later. When we originally produced Mamma Mia! in October 2017 we sold out two of the four performances completely, helping to make it the best-selling VMT show since our first season at the Sandler. We’ve had so many people ask if we could bring the show back that we decided that’s just the thing to do. We’re reuniting our original cast, including VMT- favorites, Kera O’Bryon, Lindsay Eure and Brian Marshall, along with many of the other cast members for this blockbuster musical hit. On a small Greek island, Sophie dreams of a perfect wedding – one which her father givers her away. The only problem is she doesn’t know who her father is. Her mother, Donna, the former lead singer of the 1970’s pop group Donna and the Dynamos, refuses to name him, so Sophie takes matters into her own hands, with hilarious and heartwarming results. Told through the legendary music of ABBA, Mamma Mia! has become a worldwide sensation that will have you dancing in the aisles. Directed by Pierre Brault.

Friday at 8pm, Saturday at 2pm and 8pm, Sunday at 2:30pm
Call Virginia Musical Theatre at 757-340-5446 or visit the Sandler Center Box Office for student tickets, and to avoid online processing fees.
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