Professor Peter Smedforson lives in a quiet New England college town, in the former home of poet E.R. Lennox whose writings are the subject of his scholarly life’s work. Reclusive Peter finds his sedate life is suddenly turned upside down when his home is invaded by Tammi, a free spirit from Atlantic City whose luck has run out, Judith, another Lennox scholar determined to unearth a lost manuscript in his home, and by Stewart, Judith’s reprehensible ex-husband who is trying to beat her to the manuscript. The discovery of said manuscript and the revelation of its surprising secret provide a hilarious climax to this urbane and quick witted comedy by the author of the popular farce Bottoms Up!
Professor Peter Smedforson: Richard Craven
Judith Pixner: Kathryn Schafer
Stewart: Lauren Bathurst
Tammi: Donna Neubauer
StageWest Community Theater located in Cheney, WA; is a volunteer acting group dedicated to bringing live, quality theater to the people of the West Plains. We offer three plays a year at very reasonable ticket prices, some of the lowest in Spokane County. As the only community theater group in the area we are dedicated to improving the arts in the West Plains. Additionally, we have branched out to give theater training to children during the summer months, culminating in the widely popular children’s performance. We are now in the process of working with The Marketplace Bakery and Eatery in bringing Audience participating Murder Mystery Dinner events.
Stayed tuned for information about auditions for our Radio Reader’s Theatre Presentation of
“A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens adapted by Tony Palermo and Directed by Kathleen Bell. Auditions end of October or early November 2017. Performances the first two weekends in December.
Coming Summer 2017
Opportunity for Children:
StageWest Community Theatre and Medical Lake School District are putting on a two week Children’s Theatre Workshop for children 8 to 14, running Monday-Friday from 9 am to noon. The workshop starts July 10,2017 and finishes July 22 with two live performances of “Dorothy in Wonderland”, 1:00 and 6:30 pm at Medical Lake High School auditorium.
The worlds of Oz and Wonderland collide in this fantastically fun romp, cleverly and carefully adapted from the works of L. Frank Baum and Lewis Carroll.
Cost of this workshop is $110.00 per child, and some scholarships are available.