Written by James Devita
Directed by Dave Owens
February 23 & 24 @ 7 p.m.
March 2 & 3 @ 7 p.m.
March 4 @ 2 p.m.
March 9 & 10 @ 7 p.m.
Doors open half an hour before each performance.
One hour plus a 15 minute intermission
Columbia Gorge Community College Lecture Hall -
3rd Floor of Building 2, 400 East Scenic Drive, The Dalles, Oregon
Children Under 14 ~ $5
General Admission ~ $10
Click here to order tickets online. You can also purchase them at the door.
Come see a great comedy called Looking Glass Land. "This award-winning stage adaptation by renowned playwright James DeVita takes Lewis Carroll’s original Through the Looking Glass and literally runs with it. This wild adaptation highlights and improvises on the pure, unadulterated fun of the story. The play still retains some of Carroll’s deeper meanings, but what it possesses most of all is a huge helping of unabashed silliness! This delightful romp through Alice’s looking glass land retains all of the familiar characters then introduces dozens of new ones: a baseball team, a gospel man called The Responsibilities, a train conductor, a peanut salesman, detectives, a Miss America pageant, star-struck tourists, plastic light saber wielding knights and much more."
Script by Alan Ball
Directed by Jordan Zachariasen
June 1 & 2 @ 7 p.m.
June 3 @ 2 p.m.
June 8 & 9 @ 7 p.m.
An hour and a half plus a 15 minute intermission.
To be announced.
To be announced.
"Five very different bridesmaids find themselves hiding together in an upstairs bedroom, hoping to escape the wedding reception of a bride that -- they soon realize -- none of them really like! There is Meredith, the rebellious little sister of the bride; Frances a highly religious, but sweet cousin; Mindy, a blunt, good-hearted lesbian who is the sister of the groom; Georgeanne, a friend from high school whose marriage is falling apart; and Trisha, a jaded beauty whose pessimism and doubts about men are proved false when she meets Tripp Davenport, an usher at the wedding. In this cramped bedroom above the wedding, these five identically dressed women talk, laugh, argue, cry, console one another, and slowly become friends."
"Each one of the five women has a very defined personality and is funny and witty at the same time!"
~ A. Schaffer (Amazon)