The Arts are a unique field. Weston World Productions brings to each client an in-depth perspective, knowledge and extensive experience in both the creative and business aspects of the performing and visual arts.
Consultant Services in: Events, Educational Program Design, Development & Management for projects in Music, Theatre, Film, and Visual Arts.
Weston World Productions has produced, designed and directed acclaimed events, including: festivals, concerts, grand openings, receptions, bridal fairs, fashion shows, workshops, conferences, and camps in Virginia, Washington, D.C. and Maryland.
American Indian Heritage Foundation
Chords Jazz Supper Club
Classic Music Festivals
Germanna Community College
Hilldrup Moving & Storage
Louisa Arts Center
Manassas Center for the Arts
Morgan Avery McCoy, M.A.M.
Nancy Wright Beasley
Piedmont Community College
Riverside Center Dinner Theatre &
Sam Ash Music Learning Center
Spotsylvania County Schools
Spotsylvania Parks & Recreation
Stafford County Parks & Recreation
The Kenmore Inn
The Martin Agency
Union Bankshares Corporation
University of Mary Washington
Virginia Production Alliance
Walt Disney Productions
Yesterdays Jazz Club
"Having worked with Peggy Weston on a number of projects over the last couple of years, I have found her to be extremely hard working, detail oriented, thoughtful, bright and a pleasure to be around. Peggy and I served together on the board of the Virginia Production Alliance. Peggy also became the interim Administrative Coordinator for the VPA. "I have seen Peggy take on projects big and small, from very simple to extremely complex. Peggy has been able to handle the difficult and quirky personalities that one often encounters in the film industry very well and with a wonderfully disarming sense of humor. She is extremely polite, but does not shy away from dealing with any situation when one arises. She has a level of professionalism and discretion that lets you know immediately that she is a trustworthy and solid person. I would not hesitate to work with Peggy again and look forward to when such an occasion comes about. Please feel free to email me, I would be happy to answer any other questions regarding Peggy you might have."
Peggy Weston - Recipient of the Virginia Production Alliance Liz Marks Spirit Award, March 28, 2011.
"As president of the VPA, our board enjoyed tremendous productivity and growth with Peggy's fearless, dedicated energy as she devised new educational and other programs. She is the energizer bunny of the Alliance without question. Her attention to detail, her charming personality and commitment to any task makes her invaluable to any company or organization.”
"Peggy Weston acted as the Creative Director for a book trailer based on my book, Izzy’s Fire: Finding Humanity in the Holocaust. During the course of the assignment, that took several months to complete, Peggy showed unprecedented dedication to the project from start to finish. I found her advice to not only be valuable, but a good balance for my own thought processing. Her calmness under stress, her attention to detail and insight, as well as creative expertise, became a part of the finished product, which has been viewed internationally, resulting in positive contacts for me. I shall always be indebted to her for her passion, guidance and constant vigil in carrying out my vision for the project."
"I have had the pleasure of working with Peggy Weston in her capacity as Stage Director and Technical Director for three productions of the American Indian Heritage Foundation in the Concert Hall of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, here in our nation's capital. Peggy has been able to combine considerable personal charm, and an inborn capacity for working effectively with many different people, from staging and technical staff to professional and amateur performers, to bring about a thoroughly polished production. Because of her outstanding professionalism, her technical and staging knowledge, her drive and ambition, her exceptional ability to work effectively with many people, and perhaps, most of all, her determination to do her work well, I am more than happy to recommend her."
"Thank you Peggy for your industriousness, thoughtfulness, gentleness, and most of all, your genuineness! You did a great job for me as Stage Director and your choreography with the International Children worked very well. Let's work together again and again, Peggy, and reach for the highest goals! I need you on my team. You are a find!"
"We're so fortunate to have Peg on staff. She's competent, has a great sense of perspective and presence, and provides a moderating influence on the extreme levels of intensity that sometimes occur with the press of Riverside Center activity."
Multi-talented Morgan Avery McCoy, who wrote, directed and starred-in her first indie feature film, Finding Boaz, introduced Peggy Weston at Morgan's film's Premiere, as her 1st Assistant Director, "Peggy was the glue who held us all together," 'to finish the filming on a tight, short schedule.' 2017.
"I want to thank you for the excellent job you did in coordinating Union Bank & Trust's 100th Birthday Festival. Your expertise in planning such an event, combined with your understanding and flexibility during the planning process was invaluable. I believe it is these traits that will take Weston World Productions wherever you want it to go." 2002.
"Programs Peggy created while Executive Director have become the heart and soul of our greatly expanded center." 1988.
This award is given "for contributing to the success of the Virginia State Park system by demonstrating customer service excellence. You have the right attitude and dedication to deliver the message that Virginia State Parks are a therapeutic tonic for the mind, body and spirit." 2006.
"We'd especially like to thank Peggy Weston for her resourcefulness in coordinating all the details with CEO2, our event planners and facilitators from California, especially since all of our preparation coincided with your own grand opening events!" 1998.