Windsor Theater 100th a rousing success

A ventriloquist act featuring Todd Crow, shown here, and Wendy Buseman, was part of the Windsor Theater's 100th anniversary show. (Photos by Jeff Forward, Hampton Chronicle.)

Caleigh Sutter did a dance skit as the "Roaring 20s Gal" to the delight of the audience.

The Windsor Theater's 100th anniversary evening was a rousing success, as more than 225 people packed into the historic Hampton venue to watch a variety show harking back to the 1920s. The "An Evening like it used to be III" featured a silent movie, orchestral music, various comedic skits, a ventriloquist act, music from a barbershop quartet, dancing, and a communnal sing-along. The crowd roared in laughter, applauded heavily, and had a grand time during the nearly 90 minute show. Check out this Wednesday's Hampton Chronicle print edition and our Web site for more photos and details this week.