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"Stories of an Abandoned Virginia" Visual Storytelling Show w/John Plashal

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Bright Box Theater

15 N. Loudoun St.

Winchester, VA 22601

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A visually captivating journey through the beautifully decaying rural places within our state

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SUNDAY, MARCH 6

VIP EARLY ENTRY + MEET & GREET at 4:30PM

GENERAL ADMISSION DOORS at 5PM

SHOW at 6PM

TICKETS

GENERAL ADMISSION: $18 + admission tax & processing fee

VIP EARLY ENTRY : $25 + admission tax & processing fee

DOOR: $20 + admission tax

VIP EARLY ENTRY + MEET & GREET TICKETS allow entrance into the venue half an hour before doors open to the public, allowing you to choose your own seat and order food and drinks AND the opportunity to meet photographer, author and speaker John Plashal

Advance ticket sales end at 4PM the day of the show. If tickets are not sold out by this time they will be available for purchase when the doors open.

ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES unless the show is postponed or cancelled.

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This is an all-seated event in the main theater

GENERAL ADMISSION - arrive early for best choice of seating

ALL AGES

FOOD & DRINK AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE

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Spend your evening on a visually captivating journey through the beautifully decaying rural places within our state with which so many Virginians have become intrigued. Photographer John Plashal has commemorated these abandoned gems by capturing their beauty and delivering them to you in a presentation full of powerful imagery and emotional stories.

Experience the "unseen" side of Virginia with all of the houses, churches, schools, asylums, diners and secret societies that have been "frozen in time" and now documented and delivered in Plashal's presentation titled "Stories of an Abandoned Virginia.”

ABOUT JOHN PLASHAL


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John Plashal is a photographer, author and speaker based out of Richmond, Virginia. In addition to pursuing extreme landscape photography, John spends a considerable amount of his free time assimilating into rural communities in Virginia, ultimately with the goal of tapping into local knowledge in order to identify, photograph and document places that offer beauty in decay and unique histories. John's inaugural photographic coffee table book, "A Beautifully Broken Virginia", offers a creative visual commemoration to the places he has visited and has come to deeply appreciate.. He also is a member of the Statewide Faculty Speakers Bureau for the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, speaking to VMFA affiliates about his journey, in the form of a presentation full of captivating imagery and amazing stories. John's current customers include the Virginia Tourism Corporation and Delaware North, Inc.

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COVID UPDATES

We have taken enhanced health and safety measures to protect our venue guests. However, there is an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public place where people are present. By entering the venue, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19, and Bright Box disclaims any and all liability related thereto. Your attendance/participation in any in-person event at Bright Box serves as an agreement to abide by current CDC guidelines that are in place. Any guest who is feeling sick or experiencing cold or flu-like symptoms (including fever, cough and shortness of breath) agrees to abstain from entering the venue.

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FAQs:

Is there lodging nearby?

There are lots of great and affordable lodging options — from hotels and motels to camp grounds and bed & breakfast spots — just minutes away from Bright Box. Right around the block is the elegant George Washington Hotel, and Courtyard Marriott is quick drive and within a stones throw to the beautiful (and highly recommended) Shenandoah Valley Museum. Check out these websites to explore your options and discover all the wonderful opportunities in Winchester:

http://www.visitwinchesterva.com/lodging/hotels-and-motels

http://oldtownwinchesterva.com

Where do I park?

Bright Box is located at 15 N. Loudoun St. on the beautiful pedestrian mall in Old Town Winchester. The nearest parking is the Braddock Auto Park at 30 N Braddock St. This is about a block away from the venue. The parking garage does have several handicap parking spaces available.

Once you've parked in the garage you'll exit toward the pedestrian mall. Once you hit N. Loudoun you'll make a right and Bright Box will be on your right a few storefronts up, directly across from the Old Court House Civil War Museum

More information about the garage can be found here: https://www.winchesterva.gov/parking/garage-information

Is Bright Box handicap accessible?

Absolutely. The venue is handicap accessible and ADA compliant. The infrastructure in Old Town Winchester is friendly toward those with physical challenges or in wheelchairs. Park in one of the close-by parking garages and come to the main door at 15 N. Loudoun St. (the walking mall). We ask that you arrive when doors open, and we will be happy to escort you to a place best suited to your needs in the theater or to take you to the elevator to access the upstairs Out of the Box room.

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Bright Box Theater

15 N. Loudoun St.

Winchester, VA 22601

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