Shakespeare comedy Twelfth Night opens April 22

Pentacle Theatre’s second show of its 2022 season, Twelfth Night, by William Shakespeare, directed by Isaac Joyce-Shaw, runs April 22 – May 14. Twelfth Night is Shakespeare’s classic story of love, lust, mistaken identity, gender exploration and la dolce vita. When Viola is shipwrecked on the coast of a city called Illyria, and believes their…

03.22.2022 Newsletter

We have a lot to share. Here’s what you will find in this newsletter: Cast announced for Twelfth Night Changes in board, committee and staff membership Covid policy update Financial outlook Directors’ Forum New Office and rehearsal space DEI update Changes in the script review and season selection process Read it here.

Recognizing the contributions of Rachel Duncan

by Jenni Bertels Today, we would like to recognize the contributions of Rachel Duncan, the theater’s student and community services coordinator since 2013. Pentacle offers two free dress rehearsals for each production, community services night and student night, to our community service partners, educators, and students middle school through college to make our productions available…

Pentacle Theatre now hiring a bookkeeper

Pentacle Theatre Bookkeeper   Position type Half time, non-exempt Compensation $20 to $25 per hour based on experience Location Salem, Oregon Pentacle Theatre is a 68-year-old nonprofit community theater powered by volunteers. We are seeking a confident, self-starter to join the small staff in maintaining our books. We welcome team members who value outstanding customer…

02.23.2022 Newsletter

Read our latest newsletter. Just three more chances to see “Over the River and Through the Woods” Listen to interviews with Jo Dodge about the “Over the River” and Isaac Joyce-Shaw about his vision for “Twelfth Night” Town hall set for March 12 Auditions for “Twelfth Night” set for Feb. 26 Keep vigilant, we are…

Open auditions for Shakespeare’s romantic comedy, Twelfth Night

Shakespeare’s classic story of love, lust, mistaken identity, gender exploration and la dolce vita. When Viola is shipwrecked on the coast of a city called Illyria, and believes their brother Sebastian is lost at sea, Viola sets out to make a life for themselves in this new land. Presenting as a young man, Viola takes…