Evanescent

Written and Directed by Stephanie Von Aydan

October 16- November 1

Preview- October 15

Evanescent is a neo-noir psychological thriller following the story of a 13-year-old boy named Evan and his child psychologist Dr. Grey. As Dr. Grey begins to unlock Evan’s repressed memories your left wondering what really happened to this family. Featuring a cast of deranged characters; Marlene his agitated mother at the end of her rope, Phoenix a bully that constantly bates him, Anna an empathetic nurturing friend, and Brandon the wealthy charming uncle. You are taken on a journey through Evan’s psyche with the use of shadow play, dynamic lighting, and dark undertones that leaves you questioning everyone’s part in the deterioration of Evan’s mental health.

*Theatre Covid Safety Protocol

Seating is limited to 40 seats per performance
All shows are general seating to accomadate social distancing between parties
masks are required by all patrons
We use an industrial grade sanitizing fogger inbetween every event
All concessions will be prepackaged

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Cascades Teens Theatre presents

Declaration

by Jonathan Dorf

November 12- 15

A group of students get up in the morning, jumping into the expected cycle of every school day-but today, the school they go to is part of a larger, terrifying cycle of mass shootings. In a series of connected scenes and monologues that occur before, during, and after the event, young people of all stripes piece together what is happening and why. Some students reach out to loved ones, while others help each other through panic. Some imagine their futures—if they live to see them—and some piece together what has happened in the frantic moments afterwards. With fire, humor, and power Declaration gives students a voice to ask whether the promise of “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” can be fulfilled, crouched behind a barricaded classroom door.

*Theatre Covid Safety Protocol

Seating is limited to 40 seats per performance
All shows are general seating to accomadate social distancing between parties
masks are required by all patrons
We use an industrial grade sanitizing fogger inbetween every event
All concessions will be prepackaged

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 A Christmas Carol

Based on the book by Charles Dickens

Adapted and Directed by: Julee Vadnais

November 27 - December 20

preview November 25

A Christmas Carol, the novella by Charles Dickens was first published in 1843 and has become a timeless holiday classic that families and audiences have enjoyed for almost 2 centuries. Recounting the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, an elderly miser who is approached by the ghostly vision of his former business partner Jacob Marley, who warns him of an upcoming spiritual journey. An eye-opening exploration leads to happiness and enlightenment. Countless films, books, and theater adaptions have been made of this timeless story throughout the years and we are proud to present this holiday favorite with a gender bending twist.

*Theatre Covid Safety Protocol

Seating is limited to 40 seats per performance
All shows are general seating to accomadate social distancing between parties
masks are required by all patrons
We use an industrial grade sanitizing fogger inbetween every event
All concessions will be prepackaged

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Cascades Night of Mystery

January 22 - February 7

Preview January 21

Get your fill of murder, intrigue, and mystery. 4 tantalizing 30 minute shows in one performance. Details on shows and directors coming soon.

*Theatre Covid Safety Protocol

Seating is limited to 40 seats per performance
All shows are general seating to accomadate social distancing between parties
masks are required by all patrons
We use an industrial grade sanitizing fogger inbetween every event
All concessions will be prepackaged  

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The Importance of Being Earnest

A Play by Oscar Wilde

March 5 - March 21

Preview March 4

In Oscar Wilde's most famous and final play, wealthy and bored protagonists, Jack Worthing and Algernon Moncrieff, court two women, Gwendolen Fairfax and Cecily Cardew, pretending to be men named Ernest. Jack, who resides in the country, introduces a devious and unruly brother named Ernest who resides in the city so that he can be reckless in one place while also being arguably mature in another. Algernon pretends to have to check in on a pale and sickly fellow named Bunbury when he is introduced to responsibilities or events he does not desire to participate in. Eventually, upon hearing of Cecily Cardew, Jack’s ward, from Jack, he pretends to be Ernest as well. The show is full of dramatic, romantic proposals that are only thwarted by the womens’ claim that they must marry a man named Ernest. The comedy follows a common structure, often seen in Shakespearean comedies, of misunderstandings and mistaken identities.

*Theatre Covid Safety Protocol

Seating is limited to 40 seats per performance
All shows are general seating to accomadate social distancing between parties
masks are required by all patrons
We use an industrial grade sanitizing fogger inbetween every event
All concessions will be prepackaged  

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Revenge and Sorrow in Thebes

A play by Persephone Vandegrift

Directed by Marla Manning

April 16- May 2

Preview April  15

Revenge and Sorrow in Thebes, by award winning local playwright, Persephone Vandegrift, is a down-to-earth adaptation of the Greek classic, The Bacchae of Euripides. Set in ancient Greece, Thebes revisits the story of revenge by the infamous god, Dionysus, on a young, arrogant king and his family for a presumed insult. Thebes is a deeply human archetypal drama that explores the tyranny of ego (mortal and divine) and the struggle of the human condition to understand its connection to the material and spiritual world. 

*Theatre Covid Protocol

Seating is limited to 40 seats per performance
All shows are general seating to accomadate social distancing between parties
masks are required by all patrons
We use an industrial grade sanitizing fogger inbetween every event
All concessions will be prepackaged  

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bare: a pop opera

book and lyrics by: Jon Hartmere

book and music by: Damon Intrabartolo

co-produced with Limelight Entertainment

Directed by Brad Ruder

May 28- June 13

Preview May 27

*FOR MATURE AUDIENCES*

A pulsating, electric contemporary rock musical, bare follows a group of students at a Catholic boarding school as they grapple with issues of sexuality, identity, and the future. Peter and Jason have fallen in love with each other, but Jason -- a popular athlete -- fears losing his status if he is discovered to be gay. Unpopular Nadia, Jason’s sister, is contemptuous of Ivy, a beautiful girl with a questionable reputation. As the group attempts to put up a production of Romeo and Juliet, tensions flare, self-doubt simmers, and God’s path seems more difficult to find than ever.
Bare rings with the sounds of youthful repression and revolt. With a unique sung-through pop score, heart-pounding lyrics, and a cast of bright young characters, bare is a provocative, fresh, and utterly honest look at the dangers of baring your soul, and the consequences of continuing to hide.

presented through special arrangements with Theatrical Rights Worldwide

*Theatre Covid Safety Protocol

Seating is limited to 40 seats per performance
All shows are general seating to accomadate social distancing between parties
masks are required by all patrons
We use an industrial grade sanitizing fogger inbetween every event
All concessions will be prepackaged  

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Ticket Pricing:

Main Stage Shows

Plays
Adult: $27
Senior/Student: $23

Musicals
Adult: $35
Senior/Student: $30


Teens Theatre
General Admission $15

*Theatre Covid Safety Protocol

  • Seating is limited to 40 seats per performance
  • All shows are general seating to accomadate social distancing between parties
  • masks are required by all patrons
  • We use an industrial grade sanitizing fogger inbetween  every  event
  • All concessions will be prepackaged

        

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