Established by John B. Henry, The Stone Hill Theatrical Foundation supports theatrical productions addressing today's most pressing issues
"Stonehill is a magnificent place to hear music—an amphitheater of giant stones facing a gently sculpted grass bowl for audience seating….With a small stage it would be great for dance, too, and chamber opera, the perfect venue to pick up where the old, and greatly missed Castleton Festival opera series left off."
I did want to note my high level of admiration for your earth art, which was with the accompanying video with the invitation. I was amazed at what you built - the artistry of it, the years of physical perseverance, the magnitude/scale of the creation, the imagination, and the beautiful, extraordinary result. “Admiration”, frankly, is too limiting a word.
The landscape, the architecture, the music, the magic, and the people seemed to create an atmosphere from another world. I definitely have not been to a party like that before.
Community-building is the distinctive feature of your enormous enterprise.
A grand country frolic that resurrects restless spirits of earth festivals from ancient and faraway lands.
Thanks John Henry for creating such a magical place. We had a hound cry concert listening from your stone wall of the pack over on Fogg Mountain all morning.
We loved the Spectacle, being in that remarkable landscape, and feeling suspended in time. Your transformation of the house and land is fascinating and almost unbelievable.
40 Spring Wish Lane Flint Hill, Virginia
Located in Flint Hill, Virginia, the Stone Hill Amphitheater was hand built by John B. Henry over seven years. Approximately an hour west of Washington D.C. off of Crest Hill Road, Exit 27 on the I-66.