PREVIEW: New year brings new theatrical productions to Inland Northwest

2020-01-13T20:28:16+00:00

A new year means new theatrical productions are opening on four area stages this week. Stage Left Theater, Spokane Civic Theatre, the First Interstate Center for the Arts and Lake City Playhouse will open “Mandelstam,” “Present Laughter,” “An American in Paris” and “Fun Home,” respectively. Read on to learn more about each production.   ‘Present

PREVIEW: New year brings new theatrical productions to Inland Northwest 2020-01-13T20:28:16+00:00

PREVIEW: From the Studio: Spokane Civic Theatre Presents “Present Laughter

2020-01-13T20:32:44+00:00

LISTEN TO THE RADIO INTERVIEW HERE Spokane Civic Theatre's latest production of the season is Noel Coward's "Present Laughter." Director Melody Deatherage visits the studio with actors Patrick McHenry-Kroetch (Garry Essendine), Elisabet Edwards (Liz Essendine), and Phedre Burney-Peters (Monica Reed) to discuss the show and perform a scene or two. "Present Laughter" opens Friday, January

PREVIEW: From the Studio: Spokane Civic Theatre Presents “Present Laughter 2020-01-13T20:32:44+00:00

PREVIEW: A winter of comedy, dance, theater: Tom Segura, Broad Comedy, ‘An American in Paris,’ ‘Jay and Silent Bob’

2020-01-13T20:29:49+00:00

Spokane is kicking off 2020 on a high note with plenty of theater, comedy and dance shows happening in the coming months. Jan. 3-4: A month before comedian Ari Shaffir records his next special, “Ari Shaffir: Jew,” in New York in February, Spokane audiences get a sneak peek at the special as Shaffir headlines the Spokane

PREVIEW: A winter of comedy, dance, theater: Tom Segura, Broad Comedy, ‘An American in Paris,’ ‘Jay and Silent Bob’ 2020-01-13T20:29:49+00:00

2019 in Review: Stage

2020-01-13T20:19:26+00:00

In 2019, stages big and small showcased the incredible talent of local performers and national and international acts, and Spokane audiences supported theater, comedy, dance and more. Here’s a look back at some of the events that wowed us and made us laugh, think and maybe even cry in 2019. In January, Spokane Civic Theatre opened

2019 in Review: Stage 2020-01-13T20:19:26+00:00

Announcing the cast of Cabaret

2019-12-26T20:05:09+00:00

Congratulations to the cast of Cabaret Emcee: Mathias Oliver Sally Bowles: Aubree Peterson Cliff: Joshua Baig Fraulein Schneider: Rebecca Craven Heir Schultz: Kim Berg Fraulein Kost: Karlin Kahler Ernst: Chad Herrmann Male Ensemble: Dylan Brown Jay Patrick Emmingham Nicholas Roy Morgan III Kit Kat Girls: Marlee Andrews Elizabeth Martin Brianna McCracken Torey Rousten Dana Sammond Kimberly

Announcing the cast of Cabaret 2019-12-26T20:05:09+00:00

PREVIEW: Spokane Civic Theatre Presents “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever”

2019-12-19T19:58:18+00:00

LISTEN TO THE RADIO INTERVIEW HERE Kearney Jordan, Spokane Civic Theatre's Academy Director, visits the studio to discuss her production of the classic holiday play-within-a-play "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever." Joining her in the conversation are actors Millie Paine, Josephine Kahler, and Audrey Overstreet. This production is SOLD OUT. For more information on Spokane Civic

PREVIEW: Spokane Civic Theatre Presents “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” 2019-12-19T19:58:18+00:00

Announcing the cast of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder

2019-12-26T19:59:58+00:00

Congratulations to the cast of A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder Monty Navarro: Joseph Hall The D’Ysquith Family: Todd Kehne Sibella Hallward: Emily Jones Phoebe D’Ysquith: Lexie Lucassen Miss Shingle: Mary Starkey Female Ensemble: Sarah Hull, Kristen Nauditt, Tamara Schupman Male Ensemble: Dakota Lee Moses, Patrick Treadway A regional premiere, A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder is an award-winning (Best Musical,

Announcing the cast of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder 2019-12-26T19:59:58+00:00

Riverfront Park hosts annual Christmas tree lighting

2019-12-19T19:49:42+00:00

Riverfront Park is doing its part to make the holiday season bright in downtown Spokane. Today the city will light up a 63-foot spruce in the park. The free celebration starts at 4 p.m. with a visit from Santa, children’s crafts and performances from groups like Spokane Civic Theatre, Company Ballet School and Spokane Symphony

Riverfront Park hosts annual Christmas tree lighting 2019-12-19T19:49:42+00:00

101 Things to Do in the Inland Northwest this holiday season

2019-12-17T03:15:50+00:00

  1. Take a cruise to the North Pole, via Lake Coeur d'Alene 2. Visit the Extreme Team's holiday light display for Children's Hospital in Spokane's Cowley Park 3. Get in line to see the gorgeous Gaiser Conservatory in Manito Park decorated with 40,000 lights for the holidays! Runs December 13-22nd 4. Watch Riverfront Park light up at the Numerica

101 Things to Do in the Inland Northwest this holiday season 2019-12-17T03:15:50+00:00

Holiday highlights include ‘A Christmas Story,’ ‘It’s a Wonderful Life,’ ‘The Nutcracker’

2020-01-13T20:04:11+00:00

Holiday lights are strung up all over the city, and Christmas shows are lighting up local stages. Just this week, the offerings run the gamut from the circus and ballet to stage and screen classics, including the sold-out screening of “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” featuring star Chevy Chase tonight at the Fox. Here are some

Holiday highlights include ‘A Christmas Story,’ ‘It’s a Wonderful Life,’ ‘The Nutcracker’ 2020-01-13T20:04:11+00:00

Tourist in Your Town for November 29 – December 1, 2019

2019-12-17T03:23:31+00:00

Find out the hottest events around Spokane during this week's Tourist in Your Town! Cirque Dreams Holidaze Nov. 29, 7:30 p.m. First Interstate Center Cirque Dreams Holidaze is a holiday special for the whole family! Holidaze is a mixture of Cirque adventure and Broadway music. It's a Wonderful Life Nov. 29 - Dec. 22, Thursdays

Tourist in Your Town for November 29 – December 1, 2019 2019-12-17T03:23:31+00:00

PREVIEW: Spokane Civic Theatre Presents “It’s A Wonderful Life”

2019-12-19T20:01:10+00:00

LISTEN TO THE RADIO INTERVIEW HERE Spokane Civic Theatre's holiday season productions open with an adaptation of the classic film "It's a Wonderful Life." Director Marianne McLaughlin and actors Megs Levi (Mary) and Joshua Baig (George) visit the studio to talk about the production and to perform a preview. "It's a Wonderful Life" opens Friday,

PREVIEW: Spokane Civic Theatre Presents “It’s A Wonderful Life” 2019-12-19T20:01:10+00:00

Seven holiday performances to enjoy, from time-honored classics to magicians, comedy improv and acrobats

2019-12-17T03:23:38+00:00

  NOV. 29-DEC. 22: IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE During the holiday season, it's not uncommon for folks to step back and take some time to reflect on the things they're grateful for. And few stories are better at prompting that exercise in gratitude than It's a Wonderful Life. This is the story of small-town everyman George

Seven holiday performances to enjoy, from time-honored classics to magicians, comedy improv and acrobats 2019-12-17T03:23:38+00:00

REVIEW: Kenneth Lonergan’s ‘This Is Our Youth’ is as relevant as ever

2019-11-22T00:11:57+00:00

Andrew Start is no stranger to working in minimalism. Having previously directed “The Flick” for Spokane Civic Theatre, Start again brings his audience an intimate portrayal of humanity, this time marked with a tense and resolute realism. “This Is Our Youth,” written by Kenneth Lonergan, is sodden with nostalgia, but with the kind that’s heavier

REVIEW: Kenneth Lonergan’s ‘This Is Our Youth’ is as relevant as ever 2019-11-22T00:11:57+00:00

Announcing the cast The Best Christmas Pageant Ever

2019-11-22T00:05:27+00:00

Congratulations to the cast of The Best Christmas Pageant Ever The Bradley Family Grace Bradley: Audrey Overstreet Bob Bradley: Barry Pfundt Beth Bradley: Josephine Kahler Charlie Bradley: Connie Mack Overstreet The Herdman Family Ralph: Hudson Kahler Imogene: Millie Paine Leroy: Matthew Brauhn Claude: Millie Kettrick Ollie: Sadie Overstreet Gladys: Elise Gerhardt Alice: Olivia McNiece Maxine: Amelia

Announcing the cast The Best Christmas Pageant Ever 2019-11-22T00:05:27+00:00

PREVIEW: Director Andrew Start highlights nostalgia in Civic’s ‘This Is Our Youth’

2019-11-15T20:35:06+00:00

Director Andrew Start’s last play at Spokane Civic Theatre, Annie Baker’s “The Flick,” found him directing three actors – two men and a woman – in their roles as misfit ushers in a rundown theater. Throughout the play, the three leads chat while sweeping up popcorn and running a film projector. And … that’s about

PREVIEW: Director Andrew Start highlights nostalgia in Civic’s ‘This Is Our Youth’ 2019-11-15T20:35:06+00:00

PREVIEW: Privileged, aimless and discontented, the three characters of This Is Our Youth might not be all that alien to us

2019-11-15T20:14:00+00:00

Though it has the unmistakable ring of a declaration, This Is Our Youth treats its title more like a question than a statement. Its three characters — two boys, one girl, all in their late teens and early 20s — are aimless and uncertain. They're unsure of who they are, who they want to be and how they

PREVIEW: Privileged, aimless and discontented, the three characters of This Is Our Youth might not be all that alien to us 2019-11-15T20:14:00+00:00

PREVIEW: ‘This Is Our Youth’ gives a more experimental view of theater

2019-11-15T20:14:41+00:00

Sometimes the smallest things make the biggest impact. From Friday to Dec. 8 in the Firth J Chew Studio Theatre at the Spokane Civic Theatre three actors will take the stage to play out an evening in their apartment for the production of Kenneth Lonergan’s “This Is Our Youth.” In the Broadway and West End

PREVIEW: ‘This Is Our Youth’ gives a more experimental view of theater 2019-11-15T20:14:41+00:00

PREVIEW: Spokane Civic Theatre Presents “This Is Our Youth”

2019-11-15T20:03:22+00:00

LISTEN TO THE RADIO INTERVIEW HERE Andrew Start, Director of Spokane Civic Theatre's production of Kenneth Lonergan's "This Is Our Youth," visits the studio to discuss the play, which centers around young adults in 1980s Manhattan. Also in the studio are Denny Taylor (Dennis), Jacob Carruthers (Warren), and Elizabeth Martin (Jessica) who play the three

PREVIEW: Spokane Civic Theatre Presents “This Is Our Youth” 2019-11-15T20:03:22+00:00

Announcing the cast of Present Laughter

2019-11-04T17:41:17+00:00

  Congratulations to the cast of Present Laughter Garry Essendine: Patrick McHenry-Kroetch Liz Essendine: Elisabet Edwards Monica Reed: Phedre Burney-Peters Daphne Stillington: Abby Constable Fred: Paul J. Watts Roland Maule:  Kaylan Martin Morris Dixon: Robert Tombari Hugo Lyppiatt: R. Scott Cantrell Joanna Lyppiatt: Rebecca Craven Miss Erikson: Eve Luppert Lady Saltburn: Mary Jo Rudolf   Present

Announcing the cast of Present Laughter 2019-11-04T17:41:17+00:00

PREVIEW: From the Studio: “A Place to Call Home”

2019-10-25T17:37:17+00:00

LISTEN TO THE RADIO INTERVIEW HERE Spokane Civic Theatre's latest production taps local history to tell the story of the Hutton Settlement children's home in Spokane Valley. Writer/director Tim Rarick, actors Tom McArthur (Judge Leavy) and Michael Schmidt (Gus Paulson), and Hutton Settlement Director of Community Relations & Communications, Jessica Laughery, discuss the Settlement's history

PREVIEW: From the Studio: “A Place to Call Home” 2019-10-25T17:37:17+00:00

Announcing the cast It’s a Wonderful Life

2019-10-14T22:03:14+00:00

  Congratulations to the cast of It's a Wonderful Life George Bailey: Joshua Baig Uncle Billy: Robert Maruca Mrs. Bailey: Deborah Brooks Cousin Eustace: Billy Taylor Harry Bailey: Jozef Sloma Violet Bick: Francis Morgan Bert/Joe: Jeff Bryan Ernie: Gatieth Nazario-Geelan Mr. Martini: Bryan Durbin Sam Wainwright: Kelly Hauenstein Freddie: Koby Hawsen Maria Martini: Carolina Bufford Dr.

Announcing the cast It’s a Wonderful Life 2019-10-14T22:03:14+00:00

Announcing the cast of A Place to Call Home

2019-09-30T23:34:24+00:00

Congratulations to the cast of A Place to Call Home Levi “Al” Hutton: Marek Nelson May Arkwright Hutton: Melody Deatherage Gus Paulsen: Michael Schmidt Bertrand McDougall: William Bancroft Bernice Taylor: Elaina DeJong David Glasgow: Jeffrey Ridlington Frank Obermuller: Daniel Edmiston DC Corbin: JP O’Shaughnessy Judge Leavy: Tom McArthur Agnes Cowley Paine: Lynn Noel Laura Northup: Kalynn

Announcing the cast of A Place to Call Home 2019-09-30T23:34:24+00:00

Here’s a selection of several must-see shows between now and autumn 2020

2019-10-11T00:21:18+00:00

Exile While many folks will instinctively be drawn to Funny Girl, the renowned show-stopping musical that will be running upstairs on the Spokane Civic Theatre’s main stage a few days after this play’s run ends, Exile stands out for being its polar opposite. This smaller-scale studio production is an original play by the Civic’s resident

Here’s a selection of several must-see shows between now and autumn 2020 2019-10-11T00:21:18+00:00

PREVIEW: Civic’s ‘The Book of Will’ celebrates creation of Shakespeare’s first folio

2019-09-26T22:46:42+00:00

They say “imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.” But how should you feel when someone steals your material and presents it as their own? That was a common occurrence when William Shakespeare was making a name for himself as a playwright, according to Susan Hardie. Fellow playwrights, Hardie said, would attend productions of Shakespeare’s

PREVIEW: Civic’s ‘The Book of Will’ celebrates creation of Shakespeare’s first folio 2019-09-26T22:46:42+00:00

PREVIEW: From the Studio: Spokane Civic Theatre Presents “The Book of Will

2019-09-25T19:44:20+00:00

LISTEN TO THE RADIO INTERVIEW HERE Spokane Civic Theatre’s Susan Hardie visits the studio to discuss “The Book of Will,” Lauren Gunderson’s play about a pivotal moment in Elizabethan history when the plays of William Shakespeare could have been lost to posterity. Also in the studio are actors Jamie Flannery (John Heminges), Bridget Pretz (Alice

PREVIEW: From the Studio: Spokane Civic Theatre Presents “The Book of Will 2019-09-25T19:44:20+00:00

REVIEW: Civic’s ‘Matilda: The Musical’ as charming as beloved book and movie

2019-09-23T23:03:19+00:00

If you’re interested in seeing the rising stars of local theater, those who will be gracing stages for years to come, Spokane Civic Theatre’s production of “Matilda: The Musical” is a great place to start. Young performers stole the show, which has all the charm of the Roald Dahl novel on which it’s based and

REVIEW: Civic’s ‘Matilda: The Musical’ as charming as beloved book and movie 2019-09-23T23:03:19+00:00

Fall Arts | Theater

2019-09-23T23:00:32+00:00

Highlights from the stage   Sept. 27-Oct. 20 THE BOOK OF WILL Just when you thought everything about Shakespeare had already been written, along comes a play that shines a light on a new aspect of his legacy. In fact, The Book of Will shows that there might not have been much of a legacy at all

Fall Arts | Theater 2019-09-23T23:00:32+00:00

REVIEW: Spokane Civic Theatre’s ‘Matilda’ is a show that leaps off the page

2019-09-23T23:06:36+00:00

The Spokane Civic Theatre is known for its phenomenal production. It has this innate ability to create shows with a completely local cast and crew that mesmerize audiences and create a sense of professional theater similar to the shows that come to the First Interstate Center for the Arts. “Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical” is

REVIEW: Spokane Civic Theatre’s ‘Matilda’ is a show that leaps off the page 2019-09-23T23:06:36+00:00

PREVIEW: Spokane Civic Theatre Presents “Matilda the Musical”

2019-09-18T22:35:54+00:00

LISTEN TO THE RADIO INTERVIEW HERE Spokane Civic Theatre's Kathie Doyle-Lipe, Director of "Matilda the Musical," visits the studio with actors Eleanor Weitz (Matilda), Shelby Freesmeyer (Miss Honey), and Doug Dawson (Miss Agatha Trunchbull), and the Civic's Music Director, Henry McNulty, with a preview of the production. "Matilda the Musical" has performances Thursdays through Saturdays

PREVIEW: Spokane Civic Theatre Presents “Matilda the Musical” 2019-09-18T22:35:54+00:00

Announcing the cast of This is Our Youth

2019-09-18T22:37:03+00:00

Congratulations to the cast of This is Our Youth Dennis Ziegler: Denny Pham Warren Straub: Jacob Carruthers Jessica Goldman: Elizabeth Martin   This is Our Youth is a drama by Kenneth Lonergan, directed by Andrew Start.. November 15 - December8, 2019 Firth J Chew Studio Theatre Tickets are now available at the Box Office (Tues -

Announcing the cast of This is Our Youth 2019-09-18T22:37:03+00:00

PREVIEW: As its 11-year-old lead points out, Matilda the Musical uses contrast to pack an emotional punch

2019-09-18T22:26:08+00:00

Like the Roald Dahl book on which it's based, Matilda the Musical is the tale of a highly intelligent little girl with a penchant for practical jokes and, at least briefly, the uncanny ability to move things with her mind. And, just like its source material — not to mention pretty much all of Dahl's most famous

PREVIEW: As its 11-year-old lead points out, Matilda the Musical uses contrast to pack an emotional punch 2019-09-18T22:26:08+00:00

PREVIEW: Four area theaters are kicking off new seasons this week

2019-09-18T22:20:48+00:00

September marks the beginning of school, yes, but it also marks the beginning of theater season. Case in point: Four area theaters – Ignite Community Theatre, Spokane Civic Theatre, Lake City Playhouse and Red Bird Theater – are kicking off their 2019-20 seasons this week. The theaters are bringing “See How They Run,” “Matilda: The

PREVIEW: Four area theaters are kicking off new seasons this week 2019-09-18T22:20:48+00:00

Spokane Civic Theatre plans 10 affordable shows for students

2019-09-18T22:15:43+00:00

The Spokane Civic Theatre, located just a few miles west of the Gonzaga campus, is about to enter its 73rd season. This theater is one of the oldest community theaters in the country and as its mission says hopes “to foster an enduring love for live theatre in every community member.” The Civic’s upcoming season

Spokane Civic Theatre plans 10 affordable shows for students 2019-09-18T22:15:43+00:00

Announcing the cast of The Book of Will

2019-08-20T19:59:46+00:00

Congratulations to the cast of The Book of Will John Heminges: Jamie Flanery Henry Condell: Kelly Hauenstein Richard Burbage: Damon Abdallah Elizabeth Condell: Tami Rotchford Rebecca Heminges: Rebecca Craven Ralph Crane: Gary Pierce Alice Heminges: Bridget Pretz Isaac Jaggard: Eli Drushella Boy Hamlet: Jaron Fuglie Ben Johnson: William Marlowe The Book of Will - a look

Announcing the cast of The Book of Will 2019-08-20T19:59:46+00:00

PREVIEW: Spokane Civic Theatre Academy Presents “13”

2019-08-15T15:27:24+00:00

LISTEN TO THE RADIO INTERVIEW HERE Kearney Jordan, Academic Director of Spokane Civic Theatre, brings a preview of this summer's Civic Academy Musical Production (C.A.M.P), the musical, "13." Henry McNulty, Music Director, accompanies cast members Jameson Elton, Addit Dibble, Delaney Kahler, Arlo McGowan, Tyler McCabe, Erik Wolfrum, Max Petrusek, and Leilani Santiago, performing two songs

PREVIEW: Spokane Civic Theatre Academy Presents “13” 2019-08-15T15:27:24+00:00

Announcing the cast of 13

2019-08-01T20:46:50+00:00

Congratulations to the cast of 13! Evan: Jameson Elton  Patrice: Leilani Santiago  Archie: Arlo McGowan  Kendra: Adeline Dibble  Lucy: Delaney Kahler Brett: Erik Wolfrum  Eddie/Rabbi: Tyler McCabe  Malcolm: Max Petrusek  Cassie: Olivia McNiece  Charlotte: Mary Davidow  Molly: Avah McConnell Richie/Rabbi Chorus: Elias Baldwin Bonney  Simon/ Rabbi Chorus: Murphy Kettrick  Ensemble:  Kelson Cubley  Emma Hendricks  Josephine Kahler 

Announcing the cast of 13 2019-08-01T20:46:50+00:00

REVIEW: Spokane Civic Theatre’s ‘Spring Awakening’ shows importance of empathy

2019-09-18T22:52:15+00:00

In the program for Spokane Civic Theatre’s production of “Spring Awakening,” the phone numbers for a domestic violence helpline, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and the Trevor Project are listed above a warning to audiences. “ ‘Spring Awakening’ contains serious material that may be inappropriate for some audience members due to strong content, language, sexual

REVIEW: Spokane Civic Theatre’s ‘Spring Awakening’ shows importance of empathy 2019-09-18T22:52:15+00:00

Announcing the cast of Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical

2019-07-24T18:43:54+00:00

Congratulations to the cast of Roald Dahl's Matilda The Musical Matilda Wormwood: Eleanor Weitz Miss Agatha Trunchbull: Doug Dawson Miss Honey: Shelby Fressmeyer Mr. Wormwood: Michael Hynes Mrs. Wormwood: Colleen Kirsten Michael Wormwood: Matthew Brauhn Mrs. Phelps: Juana Cabbage Bruce: Brody Else Lavender: Teagan Reese Ensemble: Abbey Andersen Piper Burney Brendan Burns Emily Cabbage Nate Edmons Aiden

Announcing the cast of Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical 2019-07-24T18:43:54+00:00

PREVIEW: Spokane Civic Theatre Presents “Spring Awakening”

2019-07-11T22:50:52+00:00

LISTEN TO THE RADIO INTERVIEW HERE Spokane Civic Theatre's summer season opens with "Spring Awakening," a musical based on the 1891 German play of the same name by Frank Wedekind, and with contemporary words and music by Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik. Jake Schaefer (who co-directs the production with Sarah Dahmen), cast members Aubrey Peterson

PREVIEW: Spokane Civic Theatre Presents “Spring Awakening” 2019-07-11T22:50:52+00:00

PREVIEW: ‘Spring Awakening’ brings Elizabeth Martin back to Spokane Civic Theatre

2019-07-17T20:14:03+00:00

Actress and singer Elizabeth Martin has been onstage since she was 4, inspired by seeing her older sisters take the stage. But after more than a decade of performing, Martin decided that it was time for a break. “I didn’t know if I was doing it because I wanted to do it or because it

PREVIEW: ‘Spring Awakening’ brings Elizabeth Martin back to Spokane Civic Theatre 2019-07-17T20:14:03+00:00

PREVIEW: Sexually charged and complex, the rock musical Spring Awakening uses two directors to tackle the Civic’s summer production

2019-07-17T20:08:54+00:00

Abbreviated rehearsal schedules are nothing new in the theater world, but with Spring Awakening, the Spokane Civic Theatre's first fully fledged, main-stage summer production in recent memory, the usual time constraints were even more unforgiving. With less than four weeks between the close of Young Frankenstein, the community theater's 2018–19 season finale, and curtain up on Spring Awakening, the

PREVIEW: Sexually charged and complex, the rock musical Spring Awakening uses two directors to tackle the Civic’s summer production 2019-07-17T20:08:54+00:00

Theater Summer Guide 2019

2019-06-14T20:46:18+00:00

The Heat Is On If you want to catch the last vestiges of the 2018-19 theater season before summer officially begins on June 21, you're going to have to scramble. Bare: A Pop Opera (spokanestageleft.org, $20) and Young Frankenstein (spokanecivictheatre.com, $32), two profoundly different musicals about unorthodox love and alienation, are both closing on June 16. With Bottoms Up!(igniteonbroadway.org, $15),

Theater Summer Guide 2019 2019-06-14T20:46:18+00:00

Announcing the cast of ‘Spring Awakening’

2019-06-03T23:19:13+00:00

Congratulations to the cast of Spring Awakening! Wendla: Elizabeth Martin Melchior: Aaron Skipper Martha: Kalla Mort Moritz: Jonah Taylor Ilse: Aubree Peterson Hanschen/Rupert: Jacob Carruthers Ernst/Reinhold: Dylan Brown Anna: Brianna McCracken Thea: Micaela Ackermann Georg/Dieter: Matthew Gerard Otto/Ulbrecht: Peyton Torchio The Adult Woman: Sarah Dahmen The Adult Men: Danny Anderson Thank you to everyone who auditioned!

Announcing the cast of ‘Spring Awakening’ 2019-06-03T23:19:13+00:00

Announcing the Directors for the 2019 – 2020 Season

2019-06-01T00:01:05+00:00

We are proud to announce our 2019 / 2020 Season directors. MAIN STAGE Roald Dahl's MATILDA The Musical: Kathie Doyle-Lipe IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE: Marianne McLaughlin A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER: Troy Nickerson THE HUMANS: Dawn Taylor Reinhardt FUNNY GIRL: Jake Schaefer   STUDIO THEARE THE BOOK OF WILL: Susan Hardie THIS IS

Announcing the Directors for the 2019 – 2020 Season 2019-06-01T00:01:05+00:00

Announcing the 2019-2020 Season

2019-03-18T21:04:13+00:00

Season Tickets are available now! Single Tickets are available July 8, 2019! MAIN STAGE Rhoald Dahl’s MATILDA THE MUSICAL September 13 – October 13, 2019 Matilda is a little girl with astonishing wit, intelligence and psychokinetic powers. She's unloved by her cruel parents but impresses her schoolteacher, the highly loveable Miss Honey. Over the course

Announcing the 2019-2020 Season 2019-03-18T21:04:13+00:00