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Opens Friday, Oct. 3!


Macbeth by William Shakespeare

Directed by Jeff Sanders

Friday, Oct. 3 through Saturday, Oct. 25

“A drum, a drum—Macbeth doth come.”

On a blasted heath a great warrior is confronted by three witches whose “supernatural soliciting” offers him the hope of royal greatness to come. When his enkindled desire meets with the steely will of his beloved wife, they determine to take the first terrible and irretrievable step on a bloody path of madness, terror and revenge. Join us this October as we present Shakespeare’s nightmare phantasmagoria Macbeth, where “blood will have blood” and “nothing is but what is not.” Perhaps the perfect time of year to ask what is more terrifying—the ‘real’ world, both natural and “un”—or the “horrible imaginings” of a master butcher and his dear wife?

“By the pricking of my thumbs
Something wicked this way comes …”  

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 Up Next:

Blithe Spirit – by Noel Coward

Directed by Debbie Neel

November 14 – December 6, 2014

Successful author Charles Condomine invites a local medium, Madame Arcati, to conduct a séance in his home as research for his new novel, hoping to expose her as a fraud. During the séance Madam Arcati inadvertently summons Charles’ first wife Elvira back from the other side. However, only Charles can see and hear her, much to the confusion and annoyance of his current wife, Ruth.  Classic comedy ensues as Elvira mischievously disrupts the Condomine household despite Madame Arcati’s hilariously unsuccessful attempts to return her to the beyond.  Elvira’s true motive soon comes to light, giving new meaning to till death do us part in Noel Coward’s classic, self-described “improbable farce.”

“Can still keep an audience in a state of tickled contentment” - Ben Brantley, The New York Times,

Quality Live Theater in an Intimate Setting

Offering a rustic, cozy and comfortable playhouse, nestled in a stand of rare Oregon Oaks backed by Douglas Fir trees, we are exceedingly proud of the fact that 2014 marks our 60th anniversary year as an outstanding volunteer, non-profit, community theater company. We delight in presenting audiences with entertaining and innovative seasons of top-quality productions in an all-embracing range of theatrical styles.

To learn more about the history of Pentacle check out this video produced in 2011.