November 7 – 23

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November 7 – 23, 2014
Fridays / Saturdays 7:30pm
Sundays 3:00pm

$12 adults     $10 senior/child     $8 teacher/law enforcement

Tickets available at the door or online now!



Auditions

Auditions announced for:

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead  Tom Stoppard’s mind-bending, comedic retelling of Hamlet from the point of view of it least-likely protagonists.  Performance dates are March 6th – 22nd, 2015.  Auditions will be at our theater and consist of cold readings–no prepared pieces necessary.  Audition dates will be:

Sunday, December 7th, 1-3pm
Monday, December 8th, 6-8pm

Questions?  Call Kelly at 503-593-1295


(Cast list for A Very Boring Christmas)



December 12 – 14

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A night of readings, games, surprises, and fun.  Join us at our theater and help celebrate the season while helping us raise funds for our coming year.  Walk away with some cheer, a prize or two, and a great tax write-off!  :-)

December 12 – 14, 2014
Friday / Saturday   7:30pm
Sunday   3:00pm

$10
Tickets available at the door and online now.



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2015

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Our 2015 Season

September 12 – 27
The Man Who Could See Through Time
A comedy-drama pitting the depths of scientific theory against the fundamental passions of art.  Love is at stake with the Nobel prize hanging in the balance.
November 7 – 23
The Diary of Anne Frank
The true story of a young Jewish girl’s account of her family’s survival in the attic of a small Danish household during the holocaust.
December 12 – 14
A Very Boring Christmas
A fund-raiser, filled with games, prizes, and holiday fun to fill the heart.
January 9-25
The Man Who Could See Through Time
(Alternate venue: Back Door Theater 4319, SE Hawthorne Blvd., Portland)
A comedy-drama pitting the depths of scientific theory against the fundamental passions of art.  Love is at stake with the Nobel prize hanging in the balance.
March 6 – 22
Resencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
Tom Stoppard’s fantastical back-story of Hamlet told from the point of view of the Danish Prince’s two foolhardy friends destined for death and other nonsense.
May 15 – 24
Sleeping Beauty in Space
Children’s theater. The classic fairy-tale of love, woe, wishes, evil queens, and intergalactic spaceships.

 



Photos from recent shows

The Man Who Could See Through Time

(September, 2014)