Beckley, WV (PRWEB) June 21, 2016
Theatre West Virginia’s 2016 season will feature a family famous for their macabre interests, a world famous family feud, the music of The Beatles and Johnny Cash, plus vintage old time rock n’ roll. All sure to delight thousands of visitors who will make their way to the wooded Cliffside Amphitheatre near Beckley, WV. Tickets are on sale now for The Addams Family, Hatfields and McCoys, Ring of Fire…Music of Johnny Cash, Beatle Mania Magic, and Phil Dirt and the Dozers Live at http://www.theatrewestvirginia.org or by calling the box office at (304) 256-6800. Group discounts are available. Prior to each evening’s show, there will be live music pre-concert performances, so audience members are encouraged to come early.
Shows run June 18th through July 30th with a mix of music, drama and comedy for all ages.
All Theatre West Virginia performances take place just minutes from downtown Beckley West Virginia at the picturesque Cliffside Amphitheatre, 4700 Grandview Road in Beaver, WV. The Amphitheatre is nestled inside Grandview Park, part of the natural beauty of New River Gorge National River. Area visitors also enjoy world class whitewater rafting, the Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine, Tamarack of West Virginia, Glade Springs Resort, and dozens of other summer fun activities. Beckley is easily accessible by Interstates 64 and 77, Beckley Raleigh County Airport with daily non-stop service, and Amtrak’s Cardinal train service.
- The 2016 Theatre West Virginia season kicks off with The Addams Family June 18th – July 1st
- Phil Dirt and the Dozers have played their world-class vintage rock and roll that you’ll love on July 2nd
- Hatfields and McCoys runs July 6th thru 17th
- Check out Beatle Mania Magic on July 16th
- Wrap up the 2016 season with the music of Johnny Cash in Ring of Fire starting July 20th.
About Theatre West Virginia:
Theatre West Virginia was founded in 1955 as the West Virginia Historical Drama Association by concerned citizens from Southern West Virginia 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 now provided more than one million visitors with the excitement of outdoor musical drama. Theatre West Virginia continues to be overseen by community minded Southern West Virginians to promote the arts, culture and tourism in the Mountain State. For more information, visit http://www.theatrewestvirginia.org.