Returning to the Theatre!

All of us at Way Way Off-Broadway are eager to resume live, in-person performances after our long “intermission”… READ MORE

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Way Way Off-Broadway Theatre Company was founded by a group of people with a true passion for theatre and a dedicated belief in its importance in the community… READ MORE

Throwback Thursday! Today’s throwback is from our 2019 summer production of Mamma Mia! We can’t wait to get back to the theatre, and to be able to dance and sing with all you dancing queens! ... See MoreSee Less
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Today we remember and honor the victims, survivors, and heroes of 9/11/2001. We will never forget! 🇺🇸 ... See MoreSee Less
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“Tonight we honor what was lost. But we also commemorate what we found” ❤️ 9/11/2001 ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you to everyone who has contacted us to show their love and support during this difficult time and to those that have continued to support us financially during this time. We know many of you are disappointed about having to cancel another production. But we are hopeful that we will be back with a full season for 2022 along with starting BBK and BBL in the spring and a summer youth production next year! We are working on a possible concert later this fall with some of your favorite broadway numbers. But the thing we are most excited for is a full 2022 season announcement coming soon! 🎶🎭 Remember this is just an extended intermission and WE WILL SEE YOU AT THEATRE AGAIN SOON! ... See MoreSee Less
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Dear Theatre Friends,This afternoon we were notified by ENMU-Roswell that due to the high number of reported cases of COVID-19 in our community, all external, publicly attended events and activities will not be allowed on the ENMU-Roswell campus until further notice.Unfortunately, this directly affects WWOB’s upcoming production of ANNIE, as we utilize the facilities at ENMU-Roswell for both rehearsals and performances. Since we do not know when the campus facilities will be reopened to outside groups at this time, we have made the difficult decision to cancel our production of ANNIE. Obviously we are incredibly disappointed in this turn of events, and we understand that many in the community are feeling frustration over continued restrictions related to COVID-19, but please know that our intention has always been, and continues to be, to work with our community partners to bring live theatrical productions back on stage when it is safe to do so. To those that auditioned for ANNIE, we want to say “thank you” for putting yourself out there, and though it didn’t work out quite as we had planned it, we hope that you’ll be back out at auditions for a future WWOB production!We do, however, want to give our performers and supporters a bit of good news… our upcoming 2022 season will be announced very soon, along with details of a special concert event we are hoping to plan for the fall. We’re confident that our community will turn a definitive corner battling this virus soon, and that life (including WWOB theatre) will be back to normal next year!Lastly, we want to thank everyone out in the community who continue to offer your love and support of WWOB! We will get through this, we will be together again, and WE WILL SEE YOU AT THE THEATRE! ... See MoreSee Less
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