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WATERGATE disappears, THE GIVER takes the stage, and ENCHANTED APRIL begins to bloom. This week at the Little Theatre!

Good afternoon friends of the Little Theatre,
G. Gordon Liddy feels sort of bad


Watergate (and other solid gold hits!) ended its 6-week run last Sunday. Thank you to this amazing cast and crew who volunteered so much time, energy, and talent to bring this original musical to life on our stage. Ten minutes after the final bows on Sunday afternoon, Dave Linfield’s beautiful set was being taken apart by the cast and other volunteers. In less than 90 minutes, no evidence Watergate could be found onstage.




However, certain parts of the show have found a second life. Several of our larger set pieces were loaded into a trailer and shipped to King City for a production of Schoolhouse Rock! That’s a bunch of 1970’s heading up the 101!



The Giver, an Academy of Creative Theatre staged reading, plays for two nights only: March 29 and 30 at 7:00 PM. The presentation is directed by Kerry DiMaggio. Learn more about the show by clicking HERE. Get your tickets instantly online by clicking HERE.
Only a few weeks until the Little Theatre presents Enchanted April: the play that “reminds you why you love theatre!” Directed by Teresa Thuman, the play will feature an ensemble
cast of notable local actors, including Angela Hutt, Bob Peterson, Wendy-Marie
Martin, Cory Schonauer, David Norum, Jean Miller, Alicia Klein, and Rosh Wright.
Ms. Thuman is a freelance professional director based in Seattle. During the
1990’s, she was an artist-in-residence, director and actress at PCPA
Theaterfest in Santa Maria and also directed at the popular Centerpoint Theater
Group in San Luis Obispo. Her recent directing credits include the critically
acclaimed Urinetown at Bainbridge Performing Arts, The Book of Nathan at
Theater Schmeater; Anything Goes, High Society, My Way: A Musical Tribute to
Frank Sinatra
at Seattle’s CLO; Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Tartuffe and Oliver! for
Driftwood Players; Pericles for Cornish College of the Arts and numerous
new-work projects for the Mae West Fest, Fringe Festival, Theatre4Play
Festival, Midtown International Theatre Festival, TPS Beyond the Frame, Theatre
Babylon and the Experimental Theatre Project. At the Oregon Shakespeare
Festival she served as Assistant Director for The Merchant of Venice and The
Merry Wives of Windsor.
Get your tickets to Enchanted April by clicking HERE.
Thank you for your support of our organization! Have a wonderful week, everyone!