CAST is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, theatre arts organization producing live stage productions in Rosenberg for the local and wider audiences with the Greater Fort Bend County and surrounding areas. CAST has been Rosenberg’s resident community arts organization since 1989; founded by a small troupe of amateur actors, whose vision was to provide easy access to theatrical productions for the enjoyment of the local community and visitors to Rosenberg. CAST produces a variety of full-length stage plays throughout the five show season. CAST is primarily funded by season subscriptions, local business ads, ticket revenue and individual gifts from supportive patrons.
CAST performs in the WM Long Theater, named after our founder Bill Long, within the historic Vogelsang Building at 1909 Avenue G, Rosenberg, TX 77471. The theater is on the second floor, reachable by elevator if needed.
WM Long Theater
Our Board of Directors give their time and energy to keep our theater going and make all our productions possible. They have considerable background both on and offstage. Their professional backgrounds aid the organization in management, marketing, finance, fund raising, design and construction.
Contact Board Members via email.
The Vogelsang Antique Emporium offers beautiful vintage furniture, antiques, railroad memorabilia, collectibles and books. We are also home to Brazos River Provisions, offering gourmet jellies and salsas made in-house.
The Emporium is open during intermission for browsing and buying!
Hidden in the best town in Texas, Ol’ Railroad Cafe is located inside the Vogelsang Building in historic downtown Rosenberg. Our menu reflects our diverse culture and the heart of the good old hometown. With changes happening every evening, our food selections will take you on a tour through history. Drop by and dine at the only cafe in the county with the best shrimp, grits, and our signature Fried Chicken and Waffles today!
Enjoy dinner before the show.
Performances run February 4th through 20th.
Five Southern women, whose friendships began many years ago on their college swim team, set aside a long weekend every August to recharge those relationships. Free from husbands, kids and jobs, they meet at the same beach cottage on North Carolina’s Outer Banks to catch up, laugh and meddle in each other’s lives. The story spans 33 years in the lives of Sheree (the spunky team captain), Dinah (the career dynamo), Lexie (the woman always in search of youth and love), Vernadette (the self deprecating teacher) and Jeri Neal (the ditzy ray of sunshine).