Upcoming Shows, Auditions, Award Winners & More!



Opening August 26th

“When Did You Last

See Your Trousers”

A British farce by Ray Galton and John Antrobus. Based on a story by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson. Directed by Karl Gautschi.

Run dates: 8/26, 8/27, 9/1, 9/2, 9/3, 9/4, 9/8, 9/9 and 9/10

A burglar climbs through the window and steals various items, including Howard’s suit. Before you can say “jockey shorts” Howard is being chased around the flat by his Danish au pair, the Home Secretary and a randy constable. Add to this a punk with rainbow colored hair, a gravelly voice Captain and a singing telegram Gorilla and you have the ingredients for a night of outrageous British fun!

“Brilliantly constructed farce…achingly funny.” – London Guardian

Contains adult themes and language.

Jeff Thomson – Howard, Tabitha Mussser – Penny, Brian Fariss – Jimmy and Oliver, Alyssa Kelley – Tove, ‘Becky Kimsey – Deidre, Kevin Kimsey – Policeman, Greg Finley – Neighbor, Shane Turner - Captain Webber, Blair Jaynes – Burgler / Inspector



“The Other Shoe” One Night Only:  August 28th

A One-Act Comedy by Becky Kimsey

Directed by: Kevin Kimsey


Mike is exploring the boundaries of society in an alternate universe where gender roles have been reversed. Tom is desperately trying to convince Mike to give up the crazy notion that females could be “gentle”. When Betty arrives on the scene, things take a surprising turn.

A fast paced, quirky comedy!

Sunday, August 28th at 6pm Stage Coach Theatre
4802 W Emerald St. Boise Idaho

Tickets: $15.00
(All proceeds go towards the cost of participating in the NY festival).

Come get an exclusive Sneak-Peek at the show before they perform it in Times Square, New York!!

You REALLY don’t want to miss it!!

Doors open at 6pm. (Cocktail Hour: 6-7)

Curtain at 7:30

Tickets: http://www.eventbrite.com/org/2762190930

“The Rocky Horror Show”  Opens October 7throcky

Book, Music and Lyrics by Richard O’Brien.

A classic musical directed by Ian Taylor

Run Dates: 10/7, 10/8, 10/13, 10/14, 10/15 (2-shows), 10/20, 10/21. 10/22 (2-shows), 10/27, 10/28 (2 shows) and 10/29. Three midnight shows on 10/15, 10/22 and 10/28.
(With Special midnight shows on the 15th, 22nd and 28th)

Back by popular demand, this rock icon returns to Boise with a bold new look! Complete with sweet alien transvestites, killer rock music and outrageous humor.

“A musical that deals with mutating identity and time warps becomes one of the most mutated, time warped phenomena in show business.”- The New York Times

Contains adult themes, language and partial nudity.

“Virgin Kits” including some fun props for the show will be available for purchase.

Tickets are $20.00 each with no discounts available.

Cast:  Dr. Frank ‘N’ Furter:  Nicholas Bromund, Janet:  Victoria Horn, Brad:  Christian Grey, Riff Raff:  Steven Santos, Magenta:  Jillian Durrant, Columbia:  Katie Garonzik, Rocky:  Don VanPraag, Eddie:  Brynn LaFluer, Dr. Scott:  Todd Ryan King, The Narrator:  Thaddeus Marks

Ensemble:  Maegan Rupe, Katy Knight, Kylie Morris, Decker B. Hinckley, Evencio Bahena, Katie Shuter Rompala, Noel Celusta, and some surprise special guests!


A-Christmas-Carol-WEB(alt)Auditions for “A Christmas Carol”

A holiday comedy adapted by Michael Paller from

the story by Charles Dickens.

Directed by Curtis Ransom

Auditions: September 24 & 25 @ 2pm.

For audition questions, contact Curtis Ransom at ranscurt@sbcglobal.net.

 Run Dates: 11/25, 11/26, 12/1, 12/2, 12/3, 12/4, 12/8, 12/9, 12/10, 12/11, 12/15, 12/16 and 12/17.

On Christmas Eve in 1843 friends and family gathered at Dickens’ home ask him to tell a story, but he refuses to work on Christmas Eve. If there is going to be a story, each must take a part in it’s telling. And so the story unfolds with the cast of 10 playing over 40 parts. This fresh approach to the classic tale faithfully conveys the magic of Dickens.

“A treat … for the whole family to enjoy.” – Cleveland Sunday Press

Appropriate for all audiences.

Roles Needed:

CHARLES DICKENS (M, 30’s to 40’s): A dynamo of energy at the height of his career. Plays Scrooge.

CHILD (M/F, 8-12): A physical representation of Dickens’ inner child. Mischievous and easily distracted.

MARK LEMON (M, 40’s+): A very large and jolly fellow. Editor of a humour magazine. Plays Fezziwig and several smaller parts.

FREDERICK DICKENS (M, 20’s): Charles Dickens’ charming and outgoing younger brother. Plays Fred, Young Scrooge, and several others.

CLARKSON STANFIELD (M, 20’s to 30’s): A painter and friend of Dickens. Very easy going and likable. Plays Bob Cratchit, Christmas Past, and others.

HELEN HOGARTH (M/F, 8-12): Dickens’ niece. Playful and precocious. Plays all the young girls. Requires some singing.

CHARLEY DICKENS (M/F, 8-12): Charles Dicken’s son. Has his father’s imagination and a lot of energy to go with it. Plays Tiny Tim and all the other young boys. Requires some singing.

MRS. STANFIELD (F, 20’s to 30’s): Clarkson’s wife. Very sweet and charming. Plays Belle, Martha Cratchit, and others. Requires some singing.

CATHERINE DICKENS (F, 30’s to 40’s): Charles’ wife. Warm and caring, very patient with Charles and his flights of fancy. Plays Mrs. Fezziwig, Mrs. Cratchit, and others. Requires some singing.

JOHN FORSTER (M, 30’s +): Dickens’ best friend. Serious and rather crotchety, but loves to act. Plays Marley, Christmas Present, Christmas Yet-to-Come, and others.

Age ranges are simply script recommendations and I am open to cast older or younger depending on talent.  For kids younger than 10 an active stage parent would be preferred.  The children roles are not gender specific, and age range I am open to is much wider.


2015/2016 SCT Masque Award Winners:

Hundreds of hours of work from came directors, actors, set-builders, scenic painters, program designers, costume, light & sound designers as well as house and box office staff, all volunteer. It takes an incredible amount of time and energy from our volunteers and we appreciate it beyond measure.  We are surrounded by stunningly talented people and these awards are only the tip of the iceberg in regards to the sheer talent we see every year.

Masque Awards for Non-Musicals:

Actor in leading role: Jon Buffington-Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Abridged.

Actress in leading role: Janet Summers-Cemetery Club

Actor in supporting role: Dan Aalbers- Be My Baby

Actress in supporting role: Diana Holdridge- The Game’s Afoot

Actor in minor role: Blair Jaynes-Caught in the Net

Actress in minor role: Whitney Ulmen-The Game’s Afoot

Lighting Design: Curtis Ransom-Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Abridged.

Sound Design: Greg Culet-Be My Baby

Costume Design: Courtney Ransom and  Paula Culet-Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Abridged.

Set Design: Don Walker-Cemetery Club

Program/Poster Art Design: Christine Tufts-Cemetery Club

Director: Becky Kimsey- The Game’s Afoot

Overall Show: Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Abridged

Masque Awards for Musicals:

Actor in leading role: Tyson Bates-Young Frankenstein

Actress in leading role: Cassy Spenner-The Great American Trailer Park Musical

Actor in supporting role: Steven Santos -Young Frankenstein

Actress in supporting role: Patti O’Hara -Young Frankenstein

Actor in minor role: Todd King -Young Frankenstein

Actress in a Minor role: Hannah Jane Austin -Young Frankenstein

Lighting Design: Dan Allers-The Great American Trailer Park Musical

Sound Design: Mary McGreaham-The Great American Trailer Park Musical

Costume Design: Angela DeRisio-Young Frankenstein

Set Design: Jerry Radek and Sterling Blackwell-The Great American Trailer Park Musical

Program/Poster Art Design: Lexi Chavez-The Great American Trailer Park Musical

Director: Kelliey Chavez-The Great American Trailer Park Musical

Overall Show: The Great American Trailer Park Musical


SCT Annual Picnic Was A Success! 

SCT is very pleased that we had over 100 people attend the Annual Picnic! Thanks to everyone for attending!