Pentacle Theatre Bylaws (as amended Oct. 2020)

BYLAWS OF THE PENTACLE THEATRE REVISED Oct. 2020   ARTICLE I:  LOCATION The principal theatre of the corporation shall be at 324 52nd Ave NW, Salem, in Polk County, Oregon. Other offices and theatres may be located in such places as the Governing Board may, from time to time, determine.   ARTICLE II:  MEMBERSHIP Section…

Volunteer policies and guidelines

Pentacle Theatre is powered by volunteers. The Governing Board has adopted policies and guidelines to make the volunteer experience a safe and positive experience. Following these expectations protects you, your fellow volunteers and our theater. COVID protocols Pentacle COVID Testing Protocol 9.27.21 Code of Conduct – A set of principles that describe behaviors expected of…

Resources for directors

Thank you for taking on this important job. The resources provided below give you anytime access to materials developed over the years to bring consistency to our productions and to answer frequently asked questions. 2022 Season Proposal documents 2022 Hotlist 9.18.21 2022 proposal narrative Budget Form plays 2022 Budget Form musicals 2022 2022 slots DRAFT…

Auditioning? What to expect

Know what to expect before auditioning or accepting a role in a Pentacle Theatre show! This document explains the Pentacle Theatre experience. Shows are an incredible experience and a lot of fun – they are also a significant commitment with a lot of late nights. This document is not intended to be all inclusive, but…

Community Service and Student Night dress rehearsal policies

Contact Rachel Duncan, coordinator, at PentacleStudentNight@gmail.com to RSVP for every show, about one to two weeks in advance. Ask questions, or let us know how we can assist you. You may also communicate and find information through our page on Facebook at “Pentacle Theatre Student & Community Nights” For 2015, Rachel won’t be able to take…