Open auditions for Dancing at Lughnasa, by Brian Friel

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sept. 13, 2017 Contact: Lisa Joyce, 503-485-4300, lisa@pentacletheatre.org Pentacle Theatre to hold open auditions for Dancing at Lughnasa What: Open auditions for Dancing at Lughnasa, by Brian Friel. When: 1 p.m., Oct. 28. Where: Pentacle Theatre 324 52nd Ave. NW, off Highway 22 About 6 miles west of downtown Salem, Oregon Casting: Five…

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Almost, Maine opens Sept. 29

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                      Contact: Lisa Joyce, 503-485-4300 ext. 20 Sept. 8, 2017                                                                                                              lisa@pentacletheatre.org Almost, Maine opens Sept. 29 at Pentacle Theatre   SALEM—Almost, Maine, named one of the top-10 plays when it debuted off-Broadway, opens Sept. 29 at the Pentacle Theatre.   Almost, Maine, written by John Cariani, is a collection of nine short scenes…

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Spamalot opens Aug. 18

And now, for something completely different. Spamalot, the silly, irreverent and original musical interpretation of the Arthurian Legend adapted from the movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail, opens Aug. 18 at the Pentacle Theatre. “It’s all here,” said director Robert Salberg. “King Arthur and Patsy his horse, Not Dead Fred, the French Taunter and…

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A Christmas Carol Auditions are Aug. 26

What: Open auditions for A Christmas Carol, written by Charles Dickens and adapted by John Mortimer. When:                     1 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 26. Where: Pentacle Theatre 324 52nd Ave. NW, off Highway 22 About 6 miles west of downtown Salem, Oregon Casting:  Roles for approximately 30 men, women and children, ages 8-80. Approximately 9 men, 9 women,…

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Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? opens July 7

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 21, 2017                   Contact: Lisa Joyce, 503-485-4300, lisa@pentacletheatre.org SALEM—Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Edward Albee’s award-winning drama, opens July 7 at the Pentacle Theatre. “This is a rare opportunity to see Albee’s towering American masterpiece,” said director Ed Schoaps. “It’s a powerhouse of a play that stunned audiences by its frank realism…

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