"Tiny Beautiful Things" - by Nia Vardalos - Vokes Players at Beatrice Herford's Vokes Theatre (Wayland, MA.)

The Vokes Players 

At Beatrice Herford's Vokes Theatre 

Presents Nia Vardalos'

"TINY BEAUTIFUL THINGS"

Adapted for the stage by Nia Vardalos 

Based on the bestselling book by Cheryl Strayed

Vokes Theatre, 97 Boston Post Road (Route 20), Wayland, MA 01778 

Performances:

February 23, 2024 through March 9, 2024

(Contact Box Office for Exact Times)

TICKETS:

Contact Vokes Theatre at # 508-358-4034 or email at vokesplayers@gmail.com 

www.vokesplayers.org

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ABOUT THE SHOW

Based on the bestselling book by Cheryl Strayed and adapted for the stage by Nia Vardalos, "TINY BEAUTIFUL THINGS" personifies the questions and answers that “Sugar” was publishing online from 2010-2012

When the struggling writer was asked to take over the unpaid, anonymous position of advice columnist, Strayed used empathy and her personal experiences to help those seeking guidance for obstacles both large and small.

"TINY BEAUTIFUL THINGS" is a play about reaching when you’re stuck, healing when you’re broken, and finding the courage to take on the questions that have no answers.

ABOUT THE VOKES PLAYERS AT BEATRICE HERFORD'S VOKES THEATRE

Beatrice Herford (1868–1952) was an American actress and vaudeville performer born in England. In 1904, Herford and her friends built a small theater on her husband's property in Wayland, Massachusetts. She named it BEATRICE HERFORD'S VOKES THEATRE, after English actress Rosina Vokes. In 1937, Beatrice gave use of the theater to a group of actors organized as THE VOKES PLAYERS. The group refurbished the theater and continue to perform in it. Beatrice's theatre is a Massachusetts historical site and houses a notable collection of theater memorabilia and photographs, in addition to remaining in vibrant and active use as the home of THE VOKES PLAYERS

THE VOKES PLAYERS have evolved into one of the premier community theatre companies in New England, drawing many artists who work professionally in theatre elsewhere. The theatre is currently known as one of the region's preeminent local theatres. The group is made up entirely of volunteers, including the Board of Directors who are responsible for running THE PLAYERS and THE THEATRE. VOKES PLAYERS membership is by invitation, and currently numbers more than 150. VOKES presents four major productions a year, generally including one musical, as well as various member and subscriber performances throughout the year.

THE VOKES PLAYERS AT BEATRICE HERFORD'S VOKES THEATRE

Location:

BEATRICE HERFORD'S VOKES THEATRE

97 Boston Post Road (Rt. 20)

Wayland, MA, 01778

Mailing Address:

THE VOKES PLAYERS

P.O. Box 283

Wayland, MA 01778

Phone # 508-358-4034

vokesplayers@gmail.com

www.vokesplayers.org