Welcome to Legacy Stage
Legacy Stage stands with and firmly supports the Black Lives Matter movement.
We have not spoken until now because the founders of our theatre, three white mothers, felt it was a time to listen and not speak. We apologize for the pain our silence has caused.
Silence is violence, so let us be clear: we recognize our privilege and acknowledge that either directly or indirectly we have contributed to the system which has resulted in violence against BIPOC in our country.
We are committed to dismantling anti-blackness within our industry, within our organization, and within ourselves. We pledge to listen to, learn from, and amplify BIPOC when making decisions about our company and its future
AN UPDATE TO OUR UPCOMING SEASON IN REGARDS TO COVID-19
Legacy Stage had hoped to announce our 2020-2021 season this month, but due to the ever-changing nature of this pandemic, we have decided to wait, watch, and listen to health professionals before announcing and planning for the next season.
But that doesn’t mean we can’t move forward in other ways! Legacy Stage will continue to create community, inspire empathy, and support theatre artists while theatres across the globe go dark.
We hope to do this in two ways:
- Share resources from the Legacy Stage team, from other companies, and from artists themselves about ways to support the theatre.
- Provide free digital theatrical content whenever possible to teachers, parents, and community members.
Stay safe and healthy, everyone, and keep your love for theatre alive!
RECENT PRODUCTION Give My Regards to Christmas
A Christmas Cabaret
December 13, 2019 – December 22, 2019
Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays
Conceived & Written by Matthew Teague Miller
Musical Arrangements by Laurie Lewis
Venue Apollo School of Music
Come celebrate the holidays with the world premiere of this brand new Christmas Cabaret. Featuring brand new arrangements of some of your favorite Christmas Classics, a live band and a professional cast.
Legacy Stage presents its inaugural production of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Performed in Bidwell Park at Cedar Grove Meadow, this production will have its intimate audience following the action on foot with flashlights. Be prepared to do a good amount of walking.