Virginia May cast in "Butterflies are Free" with SCT
This November, Virginia will be playing the role of Jill in Leonard Gershe's Butterflies are Free with Schuylerville Community Theater in a production directed by Garrett West.
Dorset Players Open the Season with Racous "Kindly Leave the Stage"
"Caricature traits...firmly on display opening night [included] May's pouty, spoiled stamping about" Review of Dorset Player's Kindly Leave the Stage published in the Brattleboro Reformer by Telly Halkias.
Virginia May cast in "Kindly Leave the Stage" at Dorset Theater
Virginia has been cast in the role of Sarah in "Kindly Leave the Stage" written by John Chapman and directed by Richard Maori. Opening this October.
Cambridge Community Forest Trailer video by Virginia May debuts
Virginia May created a trailer for the Agricultural Stewardship Association's newly acquired Cambridge Community Forest opening in 2021
"All's Well That Ends Well" opening in August
Virginia May will be playing the role of Helena in an outdoor, socially distant, and masked production of Shakespeare's "All's Well That Ends Well" at Hubbard Hall.
HFCS and Hubbard Hall Collaboration: A Benefit to Students
“I am amazed by the leadership Ginny exhibited as director of the Youth Theater Program. What she is able to do with the kids in such a short amount of time is phenomenal." An article published both in The Eagle newspaper and on the Hoosick Falls Central School website about Acting/Playwriting workshops.
"Young Playwright Gets Start at Hubbard Hall"
"I just want to see more of her work...What I’ve seen is very promising, really good.” An article in The Post Star about "Compost" being performed at the Winter Carnival of New Works at Hubbard Hall
New 10-minute play read at Caffe Lena's Playwight's Jam
Virginia May's newest 10-minute play the pErfect Date was read and workshopped at the Playwright's Jam workshop series at Caffe Lena.
Filming Wraps on Shakespeare in the Woods' "As You Like It"
Filming (done by Prolove Visuals) has wrapped on the film of "As You Like It" in which Virginia May appears in the role of Le Beau
Virginia May to participate in Magnet Theater's Moxie Sketch-Writing Workshop
Virginia May will be performing in Magnet Theater's Moxie Sketch Show as both a writer and actor in a virtual showcase in March 2021!
Virginia May performs in Caffe Lena's "Whispering Bones" Ghost Story Event
Virginia May participated in a virtual performance of ghost stories as a COVID relief fundraiser at Caffe Lena. The event raised over $600 for the Regional Food Bank.
"'Oklahoma!' at Dorset Players wows first week audiences"
"The quality of the dancing [was] the element of this musical which floored audience members the most." Article published in the Manchester Journal reviewing The Dorset Player's 'Oklahoma!'
'Tam Lin' Screenplay Named to the "Heliotrope List"
Virginia's full-length screenplay, 'Tam Lin' is selected by Platwriting/Screenwriting Faculty at SUNY Purchase to be added to the school's 'Heliotrope List' of screenplays/plays for production consideration.
Virginia May completes "How to Stand Out" Virtual Mentorship Program
In a summer with "significantly fewer internship opportunities," Roundabout Theater Company, Manhattan Theater Club and others teamed up to offer the HTSO Mentorship Program to aspiring theater makers during COVID. Providing lectures, workshops, panels, and one-on-one sessions with industry professionals.
Virginia May to participate in "Whispering Bones" Ghost Story Fundraiser at Caffe Lena
Virginia May will perform a ghost story as a part of the 10th Annual "Whispering Bones" evening of ghost stories which will be a fundraiser for COVID relief provided by the Regional Food Bank.
"'Mamma Mia!' as close to guaranteed good time as you could want"
"May has the grace of a trained dancer and also has a terrific singing voice." Review in The Saratogian by Bob Goepfurt of Home Made Theater's Mamma Mia!
Virginia May Begins Artistic/Teaching Fellowship at Hubbard Hall Center for the Arts and Education
Virginia May completes a year-long Fellowship at Hubbard Hall in Cambridge New York. Serving as a playwriting teaching artist and workshop leader, director, as well as a variety of other roles around the theater.