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Join in the magic and fun by auditioning, assisting behind the scenes, purchasing a ticket, or making a financial contribution. Some of our proceeds go to the Shelia Burke Memorial Scholarship and the Historic Civic Auditorium Restoration Fund. Our telephone number is 541-980-8585.
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We are looking for Season 2018 directors and play ideas. If you would like to direct or have some great play suggestions, please e-mail Dave Owens at firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject of your emails should say Season 2018.
Our Next Production:
Come see a great classic called Beauty and the Beast. "As punishment for rebuffing a powerful witch, a selfish prince becomes a true
'beast’ until someone will love him for himself. Many years later, a poor widow stumbles onto the castle and innocently plucks a forbidden rose. The Beast sentences her to death, but first allows her to return home and bid farewell to her family. There we meet her two unpleasant daughters, Isabel and Marguerite, and her nasty sons-in-law, Greedo and Graspo. They hear her story and think she’s insane. But her third daughter, Beauty, agrees to go to the castle and stay with the Beast if her mother’s life is spared. When Beast kindly permits Beauty to return home briefly, Graspo and Greedo sneak into the castle, hoping to steal a treasure. In a wildly funny and exciting scene, not only do they fight the Beast, they fight the furniture! With the aid of an enchanted mirror, Beauty sees that Beast doubts her love for him and she returns to the castle. Her love restores Beast to his true form and happiness reigns."
"The strong themes of kindness, love, and loyalty in this faithful version of the classic folk tale are universal and timeless."
— Plays for Children and Young Audiences
This production is NOT a musical.
May 19, 20, 26, & 27 @ 7 p.m.
May 21 & 28 @ 2 p.m.
Doors open half an hour before each performance starts.
Children (Under 14) ~ $5
Seniors (Over 61) ~ $5
Adults ~ $10
Klindt's Booksellers and Stationers will sell tickets as we get closer to the opening performance date. We will also sell them at the door.
Duration: About an hour and a half
Location: Columbia Gorge Community College Lecture Hall Auditorium - 3rd Floor of Building 2, 400 East Scenic Drive, The Dalles, Oregon
President ~ Amanda Polehn
Vice President/Treasurer ~ Anne Wring
Secretary/Historian ~ Dawn Sheirbon
Executive Director ~ Dave Owens
Publicity Coordinator ~ Linda Beiter
Our board is made up of local volunteers who love theatre. We conduct our business meetings the second Tuesday of each month at Westwind Frame and Gallery, 412 East 2nd Street, The Dalles and begin at 6:10 p.m. Visitors are welcome.
We are looking for a new treasurer. QuickBooks knowledge is preferred. If you are interested, please e-mail Amanda at email@example.com.
We are proud members of Portland Area Theatre Alliance and American Association of Community Theatre.