Open Mic Night at Gateway

Starting in September, WTA’s Gateway will offer Open Mic Night with Lorie Strother: The Dreaded Blues Lady.  The Open-Mic Night will take place on the fourth Thursday of the month. The performances begin at 7 pm.  The first Open-Mic Night is scheduled for Sept. 22.

Open Mic Nights will have a featured performer followed by a maximum of ten local performers who sign up to demonstrate their talents.  The local performers are limited to two songs or 10 minutes.  The performers must sign up for the night by calling WTA’s office, 540-943-9999.

Lorie Strother, The Dreaded Blues Lady, is a woman of many talents.  She is best known for her interpretation of early acoustic blues.   She performs regularly in the Mid-Atlantic region with her guitarist, Dr. Stephen Levine.  Lorie also has a interest in discovering and mentoring new talents.  The Open-Mic Night is her opportunity to reach out into the Central Virginia community and provide a stage for local talents.

For more information contact director@waynetheatre.org or call 540-943-9999.

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