Pentacle Theatre will cast four talented, fearless, creative actors for the summer production of Edward Albee’s Tony Award-winning drama, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? This is a rare opportunity to appear in Albee’s classic American masterpiece. During a late night of post-party “Fun and Games” with burnt out college professor George and his sharp-tongued wife,…Details
Emma’s Child, a beautiful drama about a woman’s attachment to the child she had hoped to adopt, opens March 3 at the Pentacle Theatre. Emma’s Child tells the story of Jean and Henry Farrell, a childless couple who decide to adopt the baby of young birth mother Emma. To help Jean as she’s waiting for…Details
What: Open auditions for Leading Ladies, written by Ken Ludwig. When: 1 p.m., Saturday, March 11. Where: Pentacle Theatre, 324 52nd Ave. NW, off Highway 22. About 6 miles west of downtown Salem, Oregon. Casting:Three women, five men. For a full list of parts, genders and ages, please see below, or visit the Pentacle Theatre…Details
Jesus- Brian Smith Judas- Jeff Sanders Mary- Lise Shearer Pilate- Isaiah Burrell Caiaphas – Lance Nuttman Annas- Ty Hendrix Peter- Brett Hochstetler Simon Zealots – Adam Anderson Herod – Kevin Hamler-Dupras Ensemble: Karl Anderson, Lauren Alexander, Ian Barth, Emma Blanco, Alan Cheshire, Claire Clubb, Lauren Donovan, Zoey Hock, Ellie Knoll, Amanda Konstantin, Sarah Landstrom, Emily…Details
What: Auditions for Jesus Christ Superstar by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. When: 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21. Where: Pentacle Theatre, 324 52nd Ave. NW, off Highway 22 about 6 miles west of downtown Salem. Casting: 16+ men; 10 women. Things to know: Please arrive promptly by 1 p.m.…Details
The Saturday, Jan. 7 performance of Seussical will go on as scheduled. Please use your judgment about driving in this winter weather. We look forward to sharing our show with you.
Due to the inclement weather, A Zoo Story auditions are postponed. We will post here when they are rescheduled.
The Zoo Story put Edward Albee on the American theater map for its compelling and provocative portrayal of two very different men. It explores themes of isolation, loneliness, communication and the gap between those who have and those who have not. Pentacle Theatre lifetime member, Jo Dodge, has selected this play as the theater’s entry…Details