Son of Semele &
The Victory Theatre Center
Present the World Premiere of

Written by Tom Jacobson 

In 1938 Leni Riefenstahl went to Hollywood to find an American distribution for her award-winning film, Olympia. Only one studio head would meet with her: Walt Disney. An astonishing true story of betrayal, Nazi propoganda and cartoons. 

Directed by Matthew McCray
Leo Marks and Ann Noble

Set Design Evan Bartoletti Lighting Design Azra King-Abadi
Costume Design Michael Mullen Sound Design John Zalewski

Produced by Maria Gobetti and Matthew McCray

Previews July 19th & 20th
Opens July 26th
Fri & Sat 8pm, Sun at 4pm
Talk backs after select Sunday matinees




Our bi-monthly evening of true stories, poetry and flights of fancy
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January 2025

4 Women in Red
A World Premiere

Written by Laura Shamas
Directed by Jeanette Harrison

A play about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. 

Four Native American women in Anishinaabe lands turn to each other when an apathetic Sheriff’s office can’t help them find their missing loved ones. Their rollercoaster journey involves anguish, mystery, and prayer. When one family gets some news, will it tear this group apart? Ultimately, the group’s experience together leads to resiliency. 



We're Celebrating 43 Years of The Victory Theater!

The Victory Center Theatre is a small theatre, but what’s experienced here is large. Small space cultivates closeness; shared experience creates connection and community. Since 1980, the Victory Theatre has presented over 100 productions and 100 workshops, 80% of which have been NEW plays.
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