Endstation’s 10th Anniversary Season!

Endstation’s 2016 season is full of fresh life, new faces and great shows! With a new summer home at Randolph College, we are so excited to announce our line up of performances.

The Whole Bunch written by Joshua Mikel is a Theatre for Young Audiences performance. In partnership with Centra Health, Live Healthy Lynchburg and Amazement Square, the show will tour around Central Virginia elementary schools with the goal of educating students on nutrition education. The play follows quirky cowboy Sam Sarsaparilla and his trusty sidekick Horseradish as they learn about healthy eating meeting characters such as Gary Garlic, Betty Broc, and Russell Brussel along the way. Join us the weekend of February 19th for this hilarious and delicious adventure!

The Shakespearean classic Much Ado About Nothing will bring nothing but smiles to the party atmosphere at Randolph College’s Michels Plaza. This famous romantic comedy will have you under the stars and dancing the night away at the wedding of the famous lovers.

To complete our trilogy of famous country singers, Endstation is bringing the absolute best to Lynchburg! Hank Williams: Lost Highway follows the rise and triumphs of the man who changed American country music. Ready to head back to the Grand Ole Opry? Meet us at Randolph College’s Thoresen Theatre later this summer for hits like “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry,” “Move It On Over,” and “Hey, Good Lookin’.”

The Whole Bunch

The Whole Bunch by Joshua Mikel in collaboration with Dr. Rachel Gagen (Live Healthy Lynchburg) is an Endstation Community Centered New Work with the goal of educating Lynchburg area elementary school children about nutrition. For two weeks, Endstation will be touring around Central Virginia elementary schools with a full production at Randolph College’s Thoresen Theatre February 19-21, 2016!