Dancing at Lughnasa, Brian Friel’s powerful memory play, opens Jan. 19. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF SPECIAL DISCOUNTS AND ACTIVITIES Irish Sisters Bistro: Restaurant patrons receive a $5 off coupon to see Dancing at Lughnasa at Pentacle Theatre. Limit of 4 coupons per restaurant party. Irish Sisters Bistro is in the Reed Opera House in downtown Salem.…Details
What: Open auditions for The Elephant Man, by Bernard Pomerance. When: 1 p.m., Jan 27. Where: Pentacle Theatre 324 52nd Ave. NW, off Highway 22, about 6 miles west of downtown Salem, Oregon Casting: 8 women and 12 men able to play ages 20 and up. Auditions: Actors will read from the script, copies…Details
Director Jill Sorensen recently announced the cast of Calendar Girls, which runs March 2 through 24, 2018. Cast members are: The cast of Calendar Girls: Chris-Kelli Jaecks Annie-Lyndsey Houser Cora-Claire Snyder Jessie-Lesley Johnson Celia-Geri Sanders Ruth-Leslie Inmon Marie-Gloria Holland John-Ken Hermens Rod-Bryan Toller Lawrence/Liam-Robert Salberg Lady Cravenshire-Fran Lattin Brenda-Deborah Johansen Elaine-Zoe Oliver Next audition: January…Details
At the general membership meeting, four people were nominated to run for the board. They are David Ballantyne, Chris Fletcher, Todd Logan and Jon Stuber. Read the 2017 Candidate statements and see their headshots. Ballots will be mailed in the next few days.
Read the A Christmas Carol program, Pentacle Theatre’s final 2017 production.
A HUGE thank you to everyone who came out for auditions. It takes a lot to put yourself out there and we are so appreciative that you came out and gave it a shot. Dancing at Lughnasa Cast Marc Wassom – Gerry Walt Haight – Uncle Jack Julianna Gibbons – Rose Emily Johnson – Christina…Details
Click here to read the 2017 Committee Annual Reports.
What: Open auditions for Calendar Girls, by Tim Firth. When: 1 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 9. Where: Pentacle Theatre, 324 52nd Ave. NW, off Highway 22 about 6 miles west of downtown Salem. Casting: Nine women and four men able to play ages 20s-60s. Auditions: Actors will read from the script, copies of which are available on loan at the Pentacle Theatre…Details
You may think you know the Charles Dickens classic holiday ghost story, A Christmas Carol, but Pentacle Theatre’s upcoming production promises to be a gem of its own. “Dickens’ tale originally was inspired by Victorian Christmas Eve ghost stories,” said Jeff Sanders, the show’s director. “Dickens’ story is about how none of us asks to…Details