PLEASE NOTE: If you have any questions regarding the programs listed below,  specific contact information is provided in each section. Please send us an email or call us at 706-678-9582.


2018 Summer Session: Dates: June 4 - 15

Performances: Friday June 15 at 7:30 PM, Saturday June 16 at 7:30 PM and Sunday, June 17 at 3:00PM

 Click on the links below and print out for mail in form:

Teen Registration   Children's Registration   Scholarship Application

Open to school aged children from 3rd through 12th grade who are interested in all aspects of theater production from backstage set-design to leading roles.

Over the course of two weeks, children will learn basic interactive performance techniques from qualified theater professionals in preparation for Week Two's rehearsal and production of a children's play starring all drama club participants.

Please note, the theater board also offers a limited amount of scholorships each year for those needing financial assistence. Please contact: for more information.


The after-school drama club started in 2011. Moderated by high school teacher Libby Foster, the team meets twice a week at Washington-Wilkes High School to compete in one act play competitions. Membership is open to all high school students.

Contact: Libby Foster, High School Drama Club Advisor & Educational Liason

ANNUAL CHILDREN'S PLAYHOUSE PRODUCTION - Every September at the Bolton Lunceford Playhouse

Since 1994, every September, marks the time when adults from the local community, volunteer to produce a show for school aged children in Wilkes County and the surrounding school systems. For many children, this is their first introduction to live theater. For the past two years, these talented casts of individuals and the Washington Little Theater have produced these shows free of charge, due to tight school budget constraints. 

In 2010, the Children's Theater Production was the tale of "The Reluctant Dragon," written by Kenneth Grahame and directed by Phil Rothman,  a magical fairy tale fable about an inquisitive boy and a shy dragon. 

In 2011, a black box theater style setting encouraged young imaginations by bringing to life four selected stories from "The Happy Prince and Other Storytelling Tales."


The Washington Little Theater Company loves acting as host to visiting troupes and performers. If you are a traveling production that is interested in bringing your production to the Washington area, please contact our theater president to discuss the possibilities of performing at the Bolton Lunceford Playhouse.

Interested in rentng the theater? Our 120 seat theater provides an intimate setting for musical concerts, lectures and guest seminars. Behind the scenes offers two dressing rooms, bathroom, workshop, and preparation areas. More info available by email.


Youth Summer Drama Camp - June 4th-15th 2018 more details