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Vpstart Crow Shuts Down

By • Dec 7th, 2012 • Category: News

Vpstart Crow in Manassas, Virginia announced this evening on their Facebook page that they have shut down.




Vpstart Crow Arsenic and Old Lace

By • Oct 2nd, 2012 • Category: Reviews

Other than a few very funny slapstick moments, this production was marked with problems and half-hearted efforts.




VpStart Crow Six Degrees of Separation

By • May 14th, 2012 • Category: Reviews

Very competent acting and strong pacing will hold an audience‚Äôs interest in VpStart Crow’s production of John Guare’s Six Degrees of Separation.




Spotlight on VpStart Crow’s Six Degrees of Separation

By • May 11th, 2012 • Category: Interviews

ShowBizRadio reviewer Rachael Murray talks with Rob Batarla about VpStart Crow’s production of Six Degrees of Separation.




Vpstart Crow Seeking Directors for 2012-2013

By • Feb 3rd, 2012 • Category: Classifieds

Vpstart Crow in Manassas, VA is preparing for the 2012-2013 season with a search for directors.




Vpstart Crow Releases 2012-2013 Season

By • Jan 25th, 2012 • Category: News

Vpstart Crow has released their planned 2012-2013 season.




Vpstart Crow The Best Christmas Pageant Ever

By • Dec 9th, 2011 • Category: Reviews

In general, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever is a silly little show, and Vpstart Crow and Studio Works VA have created an enjoyable, family friendly hour of theater.




VpStart Crow The Mousetrap

By • Oct 4th, 2011 • Category: Reviews

A well performed, believable Agatha Christie tale.




Vpstart Crow Rumors

By • Jul 15th, 2011 • Category: Reviews

There were a few line problems and opening night jitters, which should go away as performances continue, but the problems still allowed for Neil Simon’s comedy to shine through.




Vpstart Crow The Merry Wives of Windsor

By • May 11th, 2011 • Category: Reviews

“Trust the material.” That theatrical principle, above all in plays that have successfully entertained audiences for 400+ years, is a key to satisfying productions.