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Final Play of Season 38

Opening July 12th

Boeing Boeing

“Fasten your seatbelts for the most deliriously funny flight of your life.” — Mail.

Written Marc Camoletti, Beverley Cross & Francis Evans

Directed by Christy Foster

Runs July 12-14, 18-21, 25–27

Rated: The show contains adult humor.

Bernard has Italian, German, and American fiancées, each a beautiful flight attendant with frequent “layovers.” He keeps “one up, one down, and one pending” until unexpected schedule changes bring all three to Bernard’s apartment…at the same time.

“Fasten your seatbelts for the most deliriously funny flight of your life.” — Mail.

The Cast of Boeing Boeing:

Bernard – Don VanPraag
Robert – Darin Vickery
Berthe – Jeanna Vickery
Gloria – Sarah Elizabeth Aalbers
Gabriella – Christy Brown
Gretchen – McKenna Hoelscher

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/

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.

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Valid for all eight shows. Support our theater, save $20.00 and guarantee your great seat for every production.  Good for all eight productions in the season.  This season ticket price offer is good through until the end of the first show of the season. After the first play of each season,  you can purchase season tickets on a pro-rated basis.  Season tickets do no include the special late night holiday show.  Purchase your season tickets at the box office, leave a message at 342-2000 or email stagecoachtheatre@gmail.com.


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Auditions for 

Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical

Aug. 3 & 4


Auditions: August 3rd at 10AM and August 4th at 2PM.Please prepare a song in the style of Jekyll and Hyde. No A Capella, Beyonce or Brittany, please.If interested in JEKYLL/HYDE, please prepare one of his songs from the show and for callbacks be familiar with the song, “Confrontation”.If interested in Lucy or Emma, please prepare one of their songs from the show and at callbacks be familiar with “In His Eyes”.There will be a dance audition for any ladies interested in being a RED RAT GIRL.Cold Read from script for CALLBACKS ONLY on Sunday evening.For audition information, contact the director, Kelliey Chavez, at kelliey@bluerealm.net OR kellieyc@yahoo.comRuns four weeks: Oct. 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 24, 25, 26, 2019.Rated: Adult situations and language.Music, book and lyrics written by Leslie Bricusse.
Music written by Frank Wildhorn.
Directed by Kelliey Chavez.

Come  one, come all to the annual end-of-season Picnic & Masque Awards.

WHO: Open to public!

WHAT: Annual Stage Coach Theatre Picnic

WHEN: Saturday, August 17th 4pm until 7pm

WHERE: Kristin Armstrong Municipal Park. 500 S. Walnut St. Boise, ID 83712. Find us at site #4 Sweetgum

WHY: Mingle with your friends and the local theatre community, renew your SCT membership & catch the Masque Awards!

Please feel free to pass this along to all of your friends and neighbors, the more the merrier.

Bring a dish to share. SCT will provide soft drinks, place settings and a few condiments.

To mark up the end of our 38th Season and to ramp up for Season 39, we are excited to get together and celebrate.

Please come down and visit with friends, reminisce on seasons and shows past, and of course, if you are interested, step up and help with the leadership.




Opening Aug. 23rd

A comic mystery.  Written by Rick Johnson.

Directed by Dan Allers.

Runs three weeks: Aug. 23 – Sept. 7, 2019.

Adult situations and language.

For audition questions, contact Dan Allers at danlite@mac.com.

THE STORY: The setting is Ken and Jan’s apartment in a Manhattan high rise, where Jan and her friend Lois are setting up for a dinner party before attending a block association meeting on neighborhood crime—a subject that has become an obsession with Lois’ husband, Al. In fact, just to show how vulnerable they all are, Al, impersonating a masked burglar, breaks into the apartment via the terrace while the ladies cower in fear. For this, and other offenses, there is a growing antagonism between Al and Ken, and as dinner progresses so do the insults—culminating in disaster when Ken fatally clobbers Al with an oversized pepper mill. The problem then becomes what to do with the body, a dilemma which is compounded when a suspicious security guard arrives at the door and, being bent on blackmail, is also summarily dispatched. Before the evening is over our concerned citizens find themselves turned into expert, if accidental, criminals, as one of their victims is killed twice and several bodies are deftly disposed of from the terrace. Filled with witty dialogue and hilarious one-liners, the play manages to maintain a farcical unreality while demonstrating that things usually do get worse before they get better—and that the vaunted dangers of street crime can pale beside the outrageous mayhem that can ensue when four “good friends” get together for a quiet dinner.





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Season 39 Play

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1. Cahoots.  A comedy.  Written by Rick Johnson. Directed by Dan Allers. Runs three weeks: Aug. 23 – Sept. 7, 2019. Adult situations and language. For audition questions, contact Dan Allers at danlite@mac.com.

2. Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical. A musical. Musical, book and lyrics written by Leslie Bricusse. Music written by Frank Wildhorn. Directed by Kelliey Chavez.  Runs four weeks: Oct. 4 – Oct. 26, 2019. Adult situations and language. For audition questions, contact Kelliey Chavez at Kelliey@bluerealm.net.

3. A Christmas Carol. A dramatic comedy. Written by by Patrick Barlow. Directed by Curtis Ransom. Runs four weeks: Nov. 22 – Dec. 14, 2019. Family friendly for teens and above. For audition questions, contact Curtis Ransom at ranscurt@sbcglobal.net.

4. Exit The Body. A Farce Mystery. Written by Fred Carmichael. Directed by Jeff Thomson. Runs four weeks: Jan. 10 – Feb. 1, 2020. Adult situations and language. For audition questions, contact Jeff Thomson at jat@elamburke.com.

5. Invisible Eddie. A British comedy. Written by Becky Kimsey. Directed by Becky Kimsey. Runs three weeks: Feb. 28 – March 14, 2020. Adult situations and language. For audition questions, contact Becky Kimsey at beckylee.kimsey@gmail.com.

6. Love, Lies & The Doctor’s Dilemma. A comedic farce.  Written by Michael Parker & Susan Parker. Directed by Courtney Ransom. Runs three weeks: April 10 – April 25, 2020. Adult situations. For audition questions, contact Courtney Ransom at ransom_courtney@yahoo.com.

7. All Shook Up – A Musical.  Written by Joe Dipietro. Music by Stephen Oremus. Directed by Kelliey Chavez. Runs for four weeks: May 22 – June 13, 2020. Mild language. For audition questions, contact Kelliey Chavez at Kelliey@bluerealm.net.

8. Moonlight & Magnolias. A comedy. Written by Ron Hutchinson. Directed by Greg Culet. Runs three weeks: July 10 – July 25, 2020. Adult situations and language. For audition questions, contact Greg Culet at gmort2009@hotmail.com.


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.


Plays for Season 38!

Legally Blonde (the Broadway hit musical) – Directed by Steven Santos – May 24 – June 15, 2019

Boeing Boeing (a 1960’s film comedy) – Directed by Christy Foster – July 12 – July 27, 2019


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