On Screen/In Person 2018-19

On Screen/In Person 2018-19

On Screen/In Person is designed to bring some of the best new independent American films and their respective filmmakers to communities across the mid-Atlantic region. The filmmakers will tour with their films and work with the host sites to develop community activities that provide audiences context and greater appreciation for their respective work and the art of film.

Admission is Pay What You Will. Advance tickets are recommended and may be reserved at no cost.

All screenings begin at 7 p.m.

The 2018-19 OSIP schedule includes …

  • Break the Chain: September 13, 2018 (Sponsored by Barger Jeutter & Scott Robertson)
  • Holden On: October 18, 2018
  • Tyrus: November 11, 2018
  • Man on Fire: February 21, 2019
  • From the Second Wave to the Tidal Wave/NextStepRun: March 14, 2019 (Sponsored by Klines Dairy Bar)
  • Chavela: April 24, 2019

On Screen/In Person is a program of Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation made possible through the generous support of the National Endowment for the Arts.


Break the Chain

SEPTEMBER 13, 2018

Screening sponsored by Barger Jeutter & Scott Robertson

Panelists joining the filmmaker include ….
Mark Eggeman – Virginia Department of Emergency Management
Sabrina Dorman-Andrew – New Creation
Kenny Jarels – The AWARE Foundation, Inc.

Break the Chain captures the first-hand accounts of Debbie and Kwami, two survivors of child sex and labor trafficking, to provide a startling look at how this overly sensationalized issue is, in reality, hiding in plain sight.


Holden On

OCTOBER 18, 2018
Holden Layfield is a 17-year-old junior and it’s homecoming week in his small Georgia town. The popular, athletic teen is already fielding early scholarships. Over the next two years, Holden fights to keep his mental illness hidden as he morphs from a beloved, small town football player to a lost, self-medicating prophet.

In addition to the filmmaker, the panel after the film includes …
– Crystal W. Heinz, Mental Health America of Augusta, Interim Executive Director
– Tina Stelling, NAMI “We Care” Shenandoah
– Gary Bass, M.Ed., LPC, BCC, psychotherapist



NOVEMBER 11, 2018
Tyrus is Pamela Tom’s tour-de-force documentary about Guangzhou-born, American artist, Tyrus Wong, his breathtaking scope of work across multiple artistic mediums, and his personal and professional journey navigating racial bigotry in 20th century America. Beginning with his arrival to the immigration detention center at Angel Island in 1919, 9 year old Tyrus would overcome a life of poverty and discrimination to become a renowned painter and Hollywood sketch artist. The film will show how the quiet beauty of Tyrus’s eastern influenced paintings caught the eye of Walt Disney and became the inspiration for the classic animated feature Bambi. For the next 25 years, Tyrus brought his artistry to Warner Brothers where his striking storyboards and set illustrations helped set the tone and drama for films such as The Sands of Iwo Jima, Rebel Without a Cause, William Goldman’s Harper and Sam Peckinpah’s The Wild Bunch.

The panel after the film includes …
– Pamela Tom, Director of Tyrus
– Martha Walker, PhD , Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, Mary Baldwin University


Man on Fire

FEBRUARY 21, 2019
Grand Saline, Texas, a town east of Dallas, has a history of racism, a history the community doesn’t talk about. This shroud of secrecy ended when one man self-immolated to protest their racism in 2014, shining a spotlight on the town’s dark past.


From the Second Wave to the Tidal Wave/NextStepRun!

MARCH 14, 2019

Screening sponsored by Klines Dairy Bar

The story of filmmaker, Pam Maus, told through the voices of others who came of age and went off to college just in time to be swept up into the Second Wave Feminist Movement. Landmark legislation of 1960’s outlawed discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin and unlocked the doors to social justice.

NextStepRun! follows four women from different locations, backgrounds, and political affiliations running for elective office in their local House districts during the 2014 midterm elections. Regardless of their differences, they all have one thing in common: to bring integrity to the legislative process through consensus, collaboration, and inclusion.



APRIL 24, 2019
A thought-provoking look at the life of Costa Rican singer Chavela Vargas, the film weaves an arresting portrait of a woman who dared to dress, speak, perform, and dream to her own unique beat. The film explores the myths and tales others have told about her and those she spread about herself.



Upcoming Events

March 29: Vienna Boys Choir

The Wayne Theatre presents the Vienna Boys Choir on Friday, March 29, at 7:30 p.m. Sponsored in part by Jeane Custin.

April 5: LIVE @ the WAYNE with Wanda and the White Boys

LIVE @ the WAYNE returns to the Wayne Theatre on April 5 at 7:30 p.m. with Wanda and the White Boys.

Beginning April 9: Preschool Workshops

Through music, movement and innovative storytelling, we will explore ways to feed their imaginations while learning the basics of theatrical performance.

April 13-14: Alice in Wonderland, The Musical

The Wayne Theatre presents Alice in Wonderland, the new musical version, for two shows on Saturday, April 13, at 7 p.m., and on Sunday, April 14, at 3 p.m.

April 26: Mutts Gone Nuts

The comedy thrill show "Mutts Gone Nuts" comes to the Wayne Theatre for one show on Friday, April 26, at 7 p.m. Tickets start at $18.

May 3-5 and 10-12: The Bridges of Madison County Musical

The Wayne Theatre presents The Bridges of Madison County on May 3-5 and 10-12, 2019. Showtimes are 7 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, with 3 p.m. Sunday matinees.

May 17: The Grand Gala with Mike Super

The Wayne Theatre presents The Grand Gala fundraiser on Friday, May 17, at 6 p.m. Dress to the nines and support the Wayne during our annual Gala event where we literally roll out the red carpet for you - our strongest supporters.

June 10-14: Imagination Stage Summer Camp

Using dramatic play movement, music, with a hint of visual art, we will explore variety of theatre subjects including improvisation, physical theatre, and acting. Recommended for grades K-5.

Production Camp: Junie B. Jones Jr. The Musical

During this two-week program June 17-28, students will work with Director Hank Fitzgerald and his creative team to present Junie B. Jones The Musical Jr. Recommended for Grades 4-12.

June 28-29: Junie B. Jones Jr. The Musical

Join Junie B. on her first day of first grade, where many changes are in store: Junie’s best friend Lucille has found new best friends - and Junie B. makes friends with Herb, the new kid at school.

June 30: Nightingales of the Shenandoah Valley

The Wayne Theatre presents Nightingales of the Shenandoah Valley on Sunday, June 30, for one show at 4 p.m. Tickets are $10 for students/$18 for adults.

August 8-18: Roald Dahl's Matilda The Musical

The Wayne Theatre presents Matilda The Musical on August 8-11 and 15-18, 2019.


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