Upcoming Auditions

                              “Getting Sara Married”

                         Written by Sam Bobrick


                    DIRECTED BY: Chris Booth

   A delightful comedy about an unmarried lawyer, Sara, her meddling Aunt Martha who takes Sara’s marriage matters into her own hands, a prospective suitor, Brandon, a very special delivery man, Noogie and a very angry girlfriend, Heather.  Who cares that Brandon is engaged to Heather, Sara is too busy for a boyfriend and Noogies’s delivery methods are unscrupulous.  Laughter erupts over conversations, pops on the head and angry phone calls.  But eventually life goes on.

Casting 3 Men and 3 Women

Auditions: Friday, Feb. 19th at 6:00pm and Saturday, Feb 20th at 1:00pm

Production dates are April 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 29th, 30, May 1st, 6th, 7th and Special Mother’s Day High Tea on May 8th.

Auditions will be held at Emmanuel Lutheran Church located at 639 Elm Street in Cheney, WA.

For more information contact Chris Booth  509-951-1355

Getting Sara Married

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Performances April 22. 23. 24, 29. 30 and May 1, 6, 7, and 8.

For reservations or more information contact Kathleen Bell at 509-235-2441.

All performances held at Emmanuel Lutheran Church 639 Elm Street in Cheney WA

Children’s Drama Workshop

Childrens_Theate_LogoComing Summer 2016

StageWest Community Theater in cooperation with Medical Lake School District is offering a 10 day workshop of fun culminating in a theatrical performance.

Open to all children between the ages of 8 and 15.

Contact Debbie Munyon 509-979-7559 or Judy Gross 509-299-2649


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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 four 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.