Upcoming Shows, Auditions and More!

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Playing Jan. 10th to Feb. 1st

Exit The Body. A mystery farce. 

Written by Fred Carmichael.

Directed by Jeff Thomson.

Runs four weeks: Jan. 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 26, 30, 31 – Feb. 1, 2020.

Rated: Adult situations and language.

A mystery writer rents a New England house that is the rendezvous point for some jewel thieves. The focal point of the set is the closet which opens into a living room and a library. A body found in the closet promptly disappears only to be succeeded by another. The hunt for the jewels reaches a climax at two A.M. when four couples unknown to each other turn up to search. Not since the days of Mack Sennett has there been such an hilarious series of entrances and exits.

Throughout the evening, bodies appear and disappear in a closet. Unannounced and sometimes unknown visitors knock on multiple doors — or sneak in and out. And in the wee hours of the morning, the bad guys and the good guys — no one, including the audience, can really be sure who is who — scramble furtively in the dark. They are dead set on finding the missing jewels.

“Hilarious, delicious, uproarious, hysterical…. [The] audience, howled, guffawed, and applauded.” - Bennington Banner
“Never have tears of laughter flowed so freely.” - Rutland Herald

Ticket Prices: $15.00. Online ticket sales close two hours prior to each performance. Tickets may be available to purchase at the box office after this time.

Doors open one hour prior to play starting.

The bar is open before all performances and at intermissions in our lobby courtesy of our bar vendor, The Capitol Bar.

Tickets: http://stagecoachtheatre.com/plays-tickets/ or call 208-342-2000.

Showtimes: 7:30 pm Thurs., 8:00 pm Fri. & Sat., 2:00 pm Sun. Matinee.

Cast (in order of appearance):
Lillian Seymour – Kathi Duggan
Jenny – Kylie Richardson
Randolph – Alex Campbell
Helen O’Toole – Glenda Talbutt
Kate Bixley – Camilla Boylan
Crane Hammond – Diana Holdridge
Vernon Cookley – Jim Hansen
Lyle Rogers – Chris LeBlanc
Philip Smith – Ted Dawson
Richard Hammond – John Ode

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Auditions February 8th and 9th for

Love, Lies & The Doctor’s Dilemma.

A comedic farce.

Audition dates: February 8th and 9th, 2p to 5p both days..  For audition questions, contact Courtney Ransom at ransom_courtney@yahoo.com.

Written by Michael Parker & Susan Parker.

Directed by Courtney Ransom.

Runs three weeks: Apr. 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 2020.

Rated: Adult situations.

Little white lies create mistaken identities and chaos in this enchanting love story. A new farce by the authors of Sex Please, We’re Sixty!

Joan Scheller lives with the great love of her life, Sandy. In an effort to hide their relationship from her overbearing sister-in-law, the former movie star Olivia St. Claire, she introduces him as her psychiatrist. One little white lie leads to another. Before long, Vinny the Enforcer, a quintessential Italian mobster, masquerades as her security guard, while her son, Chris, is forced to wear a dress and become her daughter Christina. Further complications occur when her new neighbor, Rachael, whose life appears to be a series of catastrophes, creates chaos and confusion wherever she goes. “The Doctor” is in. Has Joan created a monster? Everyone wants a session. Olivia wants to discuss her love life, Rachael wants to know why she’s such a disaster, and Vinny wants to discuss his work as an “Enforcer.” Sandy is forced to listen and give misguided advice, which, to everyone’s surprise, seems to work. But what about love? Of course there’s Joan and Sandy, if they can survive Joan’s white lies; then there’s Rachael, who is strongly attracted to Chris, if he can survive her mayhem. Finally, there’s Olivia, who hires Vinny away from the mob to be her personal security guard (With benefits?).

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Opening February 28th:

Invisible Eddie

Another world premiere by our “resident playwright”.

Ever thought what your super power would be? What would your life be like if you were totally invisible? Eddie is about to find out.

Eddie is an introvert who is still living with his aunt Mary in her London flat. When he loses his job, Mary and her fiancé George decide to have Eddie hypnotized to make him feel “invincible” around strangers. Unfortunately, the Hypnotherapist (who has had a few too many) mistakenly convinces Eddie that he is “Invisible” around strangers instead. Throw in a cockney super, a lustful landlady, a blustering boss, a blind Bonny and a baited barkeep at the Cock and Poppy Pub and you’ve got yourself a cracking good British comedy!

Runs three weeks: Feb. 28, 29 – Mar. 1,5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 2020.

Rated: Adult situations and language.

Ticket Prices: $15.00. Online ticket sales close two hours prior to each performance. Tickets may be available to purchase at the box office after this time.

Doors open one hour prior to play starting.

The bar is open before all performances and at intermissions in our lobby courtesy of our bar vendor, The Capitol Bar.

Tickets: http://stagecoachtheatre.com/plays-tickets/

Showtimes: 7:30 pm Thurs., 8:00 pm Fri. & Sat., 2:00 pm Sun. Matinee.

Cast:

Eddie: Triston Jackson

Mary: Jeanna Vickery

Conrad/Zoff/Sexton: Kevin Kimsey

George: Curtis Ransom

Bonny: Erin Edwards

Geri: Deanna Crawford Hamilton

Ms. Dover: Jane Crowe

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allshookup-hiAuditions for

All Shook Up. A musical.

Saturday, February 29th from 9am to 3pm

 

Auditions are Saturday, February 29th from 9am to 3pm at Stage Coach Theatre.

Signups are required at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0F44A8A62EA5FD0-allshook.

Written by Joe Dipietro.

Music by Stephen Oremus.

Directed by Kelliey Chavez.

Runs for four weeks: May 22, 23, 28, 29, 30, 31 – June 4, 5, 6, 7, 11, 12, 13, 2020.

Rated: Mild language.

The music of Elvis comes alive in All Shook Up. Inspired by Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, All Shook Up follows a small Midwestern town that is thrown into a frenzy with the arrival of Chad, a good-looking, motorcycle-riding roustabout, who rides from town to town with a guitar on his back, blue suede shoes on his feet, and a song in his heart to change the town forever. All Shook Up is a rocking, heartwarming tale about following dreams, opening up to love, and the power of music.

Participants need to sing a song from the show especially if they are interested in a lead role. No Acapella auditions and bring a track on your phone. There will be no pianist available.

There are 5 male and 5 female lead roles with ensemble parts as well. Everyone needs to wear comfy clothes and appropriate shoes for a short dance audition. Cold readings from the script for lead roles.

If there are any questions, please feel free to contact me at kellieyc@yahoo.com

Characters:
Natalie Haller
Lead Female (20’s-early 30’s) – ALTO

Chad
Lead Male (20’s-40’s) – BARITONE

Miss Sandra
Lead Female (20’s-40’s) – Mezzo Soprano/Alto

Dennis
Lead Male (20’s-40s) – TENOR

Sylvia
Lead Female (Late 30’s-50’s) – Mezzo Soprano/Alto

Jim Haller
Lead Male (40’s) – BARITONE

Lorraine
Lead Female (Teens-30’s) – Mezzo Soprano/Alto

Dean Hyde
Lead Male (Teen-20’s) – TENOR

Mayor Matilda
Supporting Female (40’s+) – Mezzo Sop/Alto

Sheriff Earl
Supporting Male (30’s+) – BARITONE

LEAD DANCERS NEEDED and Ensemble as well

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Auditions for

Moonlight & Magnolias

May 2nd & 3rd

Auditions:  May 2nd and 3rd at 2:00 at Stage Coach Theatre.

For audition questions, contact Greg Culet at gmort2009@hotmail.com.A comedy.

Written by Ron Hutchinson.

Directed by Greg Culet.

Runs three weeks: July 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 2020.

Rated: Adult situations and language.

1939 Hollywood is abuzz. Legendary producer David O. Selznick has shut down production on his new epic, Gone with the Wind. The screenplay, you see, just doesn’t work. So what’s an all-powerful movie mogul to do?  He locks the doors, closes the shades, and on a diet of bananas and peanuts, he, famed screenwriter Ben Hecht and Wizard of Oz director Victor Fleming labor over five days, playing all the parts and staging fight scenes, to fashion a screenplay that will become one of the most successful and beloved films of all time.

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Purchase Command Performances

For Your Special Group!

Yes, you can reserve the theater for a special evening for your group!  It’s a great office or client party idea. Very limited availability. Contact stagecoachtheatre@gmail.com for more information.

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Backstage!

Stage Coach Theatre is now a registered non-profit with Benevity!

Benevity is the donation organization that is connected with large corporations like Hewlett Packard, Coca Cola, Microsoft, etc. When employees of companies that are connected with Benevity make donations to Stage Coach Theatre, those companies have “matching funds programs” that help the theater twice.  For example, if you work for H-P and you want to help the theater with our roof fund raising campaign, make a donation to us through your employer and they will match your donation!

 

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Many photos courtesy of Paul Budge Photography

Click on the link:  https://www.pinterest.com/stagecoachthtre/

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