Coming March 28-30th 2015. . .

"The play's the thing
Wherein I'll catch the conscience of the King." -- II.ii
Hamlet is a philosopher's gold mine; but it's also a ghost story, a comedy, a thriller, and a seven-murder tale of revenge. For four-hundred years, audiences of all ages (and both sexes) have been able to identify with this brilliant, troubled Prince as he copes with the loss of his father, his mother's re-marriage, and life's biggest questions. Something is rotten in the state of Denmark, and Hamlet, who seeks to uncover the source of the stench, struggles to discover what is real and what is illusion in his world turned upside down.
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"I do love nothing in this world so well as you -- is not that strange?" IV.i In Much Ado about Nothing Shakespeare gives us the glittering wit of Beatrice and Benedick and the heroic blunders of Dogberry and company. He gives us the joy of love won and the ache of love lost. As the villain Don John devises a scheme to shatter the wedding of young lovers Claudio and Hero, the friends of Beatrice and Benedick conspire to trick them into admitting their much-denied love for one another. In this powerful comedy, Shakespeare makes you laugh, but also breaks your heart – and magically puts it back together again. ﷯

Our 2014 Performances

The Merry Wives Of Windsor


Henry IV - Part I

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The Middleburg Community Center

Our Venue For The Shakespeare Performances

300 West Washington Street

Middleburg, VA 20117

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With the help of the generous citizens of Middleburg, The Middleburg Community Center opened in January 1948 to the public.


With a grand ball room, bowling alley and swimming pool as the main attractions the Middleburg Community Center hosted nearly 500 events including picnics, balls, bowling, swimming, movies, and tractor shows during its first full year of operation.


With more than two million people participating in the events over the years The Middleburg Community Center remains the community supported social hub it was intended to be, hosting a myriad of special private events, educational classes, meetings, fundraisers and community events. Next time you pass 300 W. Washington Street take a moment to reflect on how this building is not a landmark, but a member of the community.



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