COVID-19 Audience Update #7

May 29, 2020 By now, you know what’s coming when I send an email with this subject line: more sad news for you, our loyal patrons. On May 7, Governor Kate Brown announced that large gatherings will be canceled in Oregon through September. The announcement sent the Pentacle Theatre governing board to work on exploring…

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Pentacle to benefit from May 31 reading of “Sordid Lives”

THE DEL SHORES FOUNDATION PRESENTS  An All-Star Live Stream Benefit Reading of Del Shores’ Play SORDID LIVES Produced and Hosted by Emerson Collins & Del Shores SUNDAY, MAY 31, 5PM Pacific/8PM Eastern STREAMING ON YOUTUBE & FACEBOOK STARRING Cast from the Play, Film, TV Series & Sequel Newell Alexander, Rosemary Alexander, Bonnie Bedelia, Beau Bridges,…

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Pentacle Theatre launches “Behind the Mask” video series

Pentacle Theatre board member Liz Rogers has created a new video series entitled “Behind the Mask.” The series presents interview with key members of the Pentacle Theatre community. Episode 1 features the Salem legend, Tom Hewitt. Episode 2 presents an actor most recently seen as Hercule Poirot, Ed Shoaps. You can view the series on…

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COVID-19 Audience Update #6

April 21, 2020 I keep hoping that I’ll be writing you, our dear Pentacle donors and patrons, with better news. As Western governors unite in their planning for when the states will open for business, one thing has become very clear: there is no certainty about when theaters will be able to resume rehearsing and…

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COVID-19 Audience Update #5

Again, the Pentacle Theatre Governing Board has met and discussed the rapidly evolving status of the coronavirus pandemic. Pentacle Theatre is committed to helping reduce the spread of this virus through compliance with Governor Brown’s executive order. The board has taken several actions to reduce the risk to our staff, volunteers and patrons. Those actions…

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COVID-19 Audience Update #4

March 16, 2020 Last night, the Pentacle Theatre Governing Board met and discussed the rapidly evolving status of the coronavirus pandemic. At the same time, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued interim guidance regarding large gatherings: “… CDC, in accordance with its guidance for large events and mass gatherings, recommends that for the…

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COVID-19 audience update #3

March 13-15 performances of “The Cake” canceled Last night, the Pentacle Theatre Governing Board met and discussed the rapidly evolving status of the coronavirus pandemic.The board has decided to cancel the March 13 to 15 performances of The Cake and will assess the rest of the run on March 16. This decision reflects recent determinations by other…

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COVID-19 Audience Update #2

COVID-19 audience update #2 March 12, 2020 To Pentacle Theatre’s valued patrons and community members, The safety of our patrons, volunteers and staff is a top priority. We are monitoring the evolving Coronavirus/COVID-19 situation closely, and we will be following the protocols recommended by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO),…

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Open auditions for “She Kills Monsters” April 25

What: Open auditions for She Kills Monsters: Young Adventurers Edition, by Qui Nguyen. Directed by MaryKate Lindbeck. A comic exploration of the assumptions we make about the people we love, and the monsters we must face, inside and out. When: 1 p.m., Saturday, April 25. Where: Pentacle Theatre, 324 52nd Ave. NW — located off Highway…

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