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Wakefield Idol

Thursdays, Jan 11 - Mar 22 at 7 pm

Wakefield Idol is a karaoke-style singing competition where 64 local singers compete for a $1500 cash prize! In the final rounds, the audience votes to see who goes on! It's our most popular event of the year, so get your tickets early to check out all of the amazing local talent we have!

Preliminary Rounds: Jan 11, Jan 18, Feb 1, Feb 8
Second Round: Jan 25, Feb 15
Sweet 16 Round: Feb 22
Top 12: Mar 1
Quarterfinals: Mar 8
Semifinals: Mar 15
Final Four: Mar 22

Photo by Blacknight Studios

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Whodunit? An Improvised Murder Mystery

Saturdays, Jan 27 - Mar 17, Mar 23 - 24 at 7 pm

Classic whodunits with a twist: it’s all improvised! Our actors weave webs of secrets, deception, and mystery as we wind our way through a different murder each week. Last year's Whodunit? was a huge success, and we're thrilled to solve new mysteries this year!

Photo by Seth Jacobson Photography

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by Claudia Bach, Directed by Ryan Sekac

Mar 30 & 31 at 7 pm

Insect is an existential crisis played in one act. Examine the case of Hattie and Cleo, two women in post World War II Britain who have more years behind than ahead. Their life together is simple, filled with tea and encyclopedias, and memories of their own past. When Hattie is bitten by a bug she cannot recognize, her pursuit of what will become of her from the bite leads to important questions about how we live, who we are, and what to do with the time we have.

This show is part of the Springboard Season, full of new and developing projects proposed by community and ensemble members.

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The Healing
by Samuel D. Hunter

Produced by Epic Theatre Company

Previews: Apr 5 at 7 pm
Performances: Apr 6-7, 12-14 at 7 pm and Apr 8 at 

A group of friends reunite after losing one of their own. Little do they know that the camp they were sent to as children to "cure" their disabilities isn't done with them quite yet.

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Apr 20 at 7 pm

Need some inspiration? The Contemporary Theater Company is hosting Ignite South County on April 20 at 7 pm to provide a boost of motivation to make a difference in the community.

Ignite features five minute talks with auto-advancing slides at events held throughout the world. In the style of TED Talks, Ignite features speakers discussing a topic that they are passionate about, all working to live up to the tagline – “Enlighten us, but make it quick.”

To apply to be a presenter:

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Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
by Tom Stoppard

Previews: Apr 27-28 at 7 pm
Performances: May 3-5, 10-12, 17-19 at 7 pm

Life on the sidelines - minor characters in the most famous play in English-speaking history. What do you do while waiting for Hamlet to come around? Rosencrantz & Gildenstern consider life, fate, and what it all might mean as they stumble through their misadventures.

Photo by Seth Jacobson Photography

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Peter and the Starcatcher
by Rick Elice

Previews: June 22-23 at 7 pm
Performances: June 29-30, July 6-7, 13-14, 20-21, 27-28 at 7 pm

A world where Peter Pan is just an orphan, Neverland is just an island, and one girl can control the power of the stars. In this beautiful and hilarious family-friendly comedy, we see how Peter Pan got his name, how Captain Hook lost his hand, and how the two became the greatest nemeses in literature!

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Unnecessary Farce
by Paul Slade Smith

Previews: Aug 3-4 at 7 pm
Performances: Aug 10-11,17-18, 24-25, 31, Sept 1 at 7 pm

A police sting operation goes hilariously wrong as the bumbling mayor leads them to the heart of the Scottish mob. When you hear those bagpipes, you know it's trouble! Full of physical comedy, lovable characters, and kilts, this farce is very necessary for your summer!

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Ticket price varies by show

*Seating is first come, first served. We suggest arriving 15 minutes before showtime. We often have excited audience members waiting for a sold-out show, so if you haven't arrived or contacted us by showtime, your seats may be filled.*

The theater is fully wheelchair accessible. We're eager to make this a great experience for everyone - call if you have any questions about accessibility!

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*No fees apply to tickets purchased by phone at (401) 218-0282 or in person at the theater.

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