Journey Theater is a non-profit program hosted by Journey Church, using performing arts to inspire and encourage our community. Since 2007, our summer Drama Camp has produced a full Broadway musical each year in just 5 days! In 2022, we expanded to produce large-scale musicals. We also host other community theater and school productions, concerts, recitals, and more in our state-of-the-art, 300-seat performance venue in the heart of Fauquier County's Vint Hill community. We are always looking for opportunities to grow this exciting theatrical endeavor and serve our community.


Voices from Vietnam


Journey Theater will present the World Premiere of Dr. Harry J. Kantrovich's and Bruce H. “Doc” Norton’s Voices From Vietnam” November 8 -24, 2024, a collection of interviews, stories, letter and reflections from Vietnam Veterans; Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines as well as the Nurses and Women who served, POWs, MIA families, a Vietnamese refugee, an Embassy statesman and college and school students. In February 2023, Harry Kantrovich, a retired Navy Master Chief met Bruce H. “Doc” Norton, a retired Marine Corps Major and Vietnam Veteran, who was a speaker for one of Harry’s previous plays. Harry and Doc hit it off and Harry asked Doc to collaborate on a play and an accompanying book about Vietnam. Journey Theater in Warrenton, VA agreed to premiere the play and the accompanying book. While due to time constraints the play could only utilize a many certain number of vignettes. The book gave us the opportunity to share all we received, from well over 50 contributors. 

Dr. Kantrovich remarks, “American soldiers returning home from Vietnam often faced scorn as the war they had fought in became increasingly unpopular. There were no “Welcome Home” Parades for Vietnam Veterans. The public perception was, “You don’t have parades for soldiers coming home from a war they lost.” What was lost on the American people was that these servicemembers were only doing their duty to country. They didn’t want to be there. They didn’t run away and to them, the lives lost were not in vain.” “What I will ask of you is that when you meet a Vietnam Veteran, don’t say 'Thank you for your service,' they don’t want to hear that. When you meet that Vietnam Veteran tell them what they never heard coming back, and it is what they desire to hear; “WELCOME HOME!”

As Doc says; “ Learn from those who were there, on the ground, in the air and on the water, and discover what life was for these extraordinary men and women, as they raise their “Voices From Vietnam.” 

Audition Information

August 15, 2024 from 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

August 17, 2024 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

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Fridays and weekends between November 8 - 24, 2024

Friday and Saturday performances are at 7:30 pm, Sunday matinees are at 2 pm.