By David Foley. Directed by: Jeff Thomson
Performance Dates: July 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23
Camille Dargus has fought her way up from humble beginnings to a glittering Manhattan lifestyle. She has beauty, brains, wealth, and a successful career as a jewelry designer for the leading lights of New York society. She also has a penchant for attractive young men. One night at a society gala she meets Billy, a handsome young waiter, and brings him back to her Soho apartment. But there’s more to Billy than meets the eye, and Camille finds herself held hostage at gunpoint by a man who seems frighteningly familiar with the past Camille has struggled to forget. Over the course of one explosive night, Camille must use all her wits and cunning to save her life–and to prevent the dark secrets of her past from destroying everything she’s worked for. This brilliantly intricate thriller is full of twists and turns, bluffs and double bluffs.
Rating: Adult; strong language, sexual content, adult situations
Camille – Dena Ruffalo
Billy – Juan Pablo Hernandez
Ted – Shane Turner
Asst. Director -Tabitha Musser
Stage Manager – Harmony Soto
Join us before the play for “cocktail hour” from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Beverages can be enjoyed throughout the play.
A classic musical directed by Ian Taylor
Auditions: July 30 &31 @ 2pm.
For audition questions, contact Ian Taylor at email@example.com.
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.
Audition information from the Director: Auditions will be three pretty basic sections. 1). We want to talk to you in a setting that hopefully “takes the edge off a bit.” You know, to find out a little bit about you as a person and your personality. Much more relaxed than a job interview, I swear. More details soon. 2). We’ll read some scenes from the show. Big ol’ friendly reminder: it’s the play and not the movie. Misters Curry, Bostwick, and Ms. Sarandon are AMAZING but we’re not looking for any imitations. We’re interested in what you bring to it. 3) We want to hear you sing. I personally like to hear a song from the show but it can just as easily be another song you’re comfortable with presenting. So long as you understand that, if cast in the show, you will ultimately be required to sing songs from the show. Which is okay, because there are definitely some good ones in there. Another big ol’ friendly tip is that this is rock and roll. I’ll let that sink in and then I’ll say it again. (Whistling something you can dance to). This is rock and roll. While the ability to carry a tune IS important, we are not necessarily looking for the polished classical training and perfect vibrato. Those are cool and admirable things. But the ability to rock out and be a little messy is more important. Getting the feeling of a song-to be able to act while you sing and vice versa are optimum qualities in an RHS performer. 4). I think I added an extra number. I like a Rocky Horror Show that is real, despite the wacky scenario. If you make us laugh, gasp, cry, or say “whoa,” that’s a huge part of the job. 5). Damn it (Janet), that is DEFINITELY an extra number. But don’t be like me, okay? Relax and have fun with it.
Season tickets are on sale now! Pick up a brochure with the shows for the new season in the lobby. Support our theater, save $25.00 and guarantee your seat for every production. Good for all eight productions in our 2016-17 season. This season ticket price offer is good through October 7, 2016. Beginning October 7, 2016, you can purchase season tickets on a pro-rated basis. The season ticket does not include the special feature “Seven Santas”.
SCT Annual Picnic & Masque Awards on August 20th
WHO: Open to public!
WHAT: Annual Stage Coach Theatre Picnic
WHEN: Saturday, August 20th 4pm until 7pm
WHERE: Cederstrom Park (Vera Cederstrom’s lovely backyard @ 8528 W Vincent St Boise ID 83709)
WHY: Mingle with your friends and the local theatre community, renew your SCT membership & catch the Masque Awards!
Bring a dish to share and whatever we can grill for you. SCT will provide soft drinks, place settings and a few condiments.
To mark up the end of our 35th Season and to ramp up for Season 36, we will all meet up at the home of Vera Cederstrom, who has graciously opened up her home and yard to us.
The potluck picnic starts at 4:00 pm and everyone brings something to grill and a dish to share. SCT provides tableware, condiments and soft drinks.
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. Please feel free to pass this along to all of your friends and neighbors, the more the merrier.
“When Did You Last See Your Trousers”
Opening August 26th!
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.