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Kick off your shoes and join us for a raucous romp as Sophia Aldous and Daniel Heflick bring newlyweds Corie and Paul Bratter to the Woodland stage in this classic comedy set in the early 1960’s in New York City. The free-spirited Corie and conservative new lawyer Paul will have you cracking up as they learn that marriage is possibly not all it’s cracked up to be. Adding to the general hilarity are Kathleen Malcolm as Corie’s adoring but somewhat bewildered mom Mrs. Banks, and Bob Simeone, playing the couple’s eccentric neighbor, Victor Velasco. Brian Estelle and Chris McIlroy add to the madcap ensemble as the telephone repairman and delivery man, respectively. Set designer and builder Sean Taboloff saves you the five-flight walk up (six if you count the front stoop!) to the Bratters’ cozy brownstone apartment. Co-directors Karen Heflick and Emma Romo, and producers Rebecca Heflick and Sophia Aldous cordially invite you to enjoy the wonderful cast and non-stop gags in this screwball Simon offering.
Show dates are October 24- 26, and October 31- November 2
Show times are Friday and Saturday at 7:30, and Sundays at 3
Tickets are $12 for adults, $10 for students and seniors, all tickets at the door
COME ONE, COME ALL! AUDITIONS FOR THE 3RD ANNUAL MAGICAL STARS VARIETY SHOW WILL BE HELD AT THE WOODLAND THEATRE ON OCTOBER 25, FROM 10 AM TO 12 NOON. CD PLAYER AND PIANO WILL BE AVAILABLE, BUT YOU MUST BRING YOUR OWN MUSIC AND ACCOMPANIST. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL LINETTE RICHIE 509-207-0354
THIS YEAR’S SHOW IS THEMED MAGICAL STARS REMINISCE.
SHOW TIMES ARE NOVEMBER 8 AT 7 PM, AND NOVEMBER 9 AT 2 PM
TICKETS AT THE DOOR, $8 ADULTS, $5 STUDENTS AND SENIORS
JOIN THE WOODLAND MUSICIANS FOR AN HISTORICAL JOURNEY FROM EARLY TO LATER VERSIONS OF THE MAGNIFICAT, ALSO KNOWN AS THE SONG OF MARY. THE MAGNIFICAT IS THE VIRGIN MARY’S BIBLICAL SONG OF PRAISE UPON LEARNING THAT SHE WAS TO BE THE MOTHER OF JESUS, WHICH MANY COMPOSERS HAVE SET TO MUSIC. THE WOODLAND CONCERT WILL INCLUDE SELECTIONS FROM BAROQUE COMPOSER BUXTEHUDE, AND A CONTEMPORARY SELECTION FROM AMERICAN COMPOSER JOHN MICHAEL TALBOT. THIS SEASON’S CONCERT WILL ALSO FEATURE MORE CONTEMPORARY MUSIC OF THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY SEASON FROM CULTURES NEAR AND FAR.
PERFORMANCES BY THE NEWLY FORMED CONCERT BAND, THE BRASS CHOIR, A YOUNG STRING ENSEMBLE, ADULT CHORUS AND YOUTH CHOIRS WILL BE COMBINED FOR A LIVELY AND VARIED CONCERT EXPERIENCE. THERE MAY EVEN BE SOME GUEST BELL RINGERS!
DON’T MISS THIS FABULOUS MUSICAL EVENT
SATURDAY DECEMBER 6TH AT 7:00 PM AND SUNDAY DECEMBER 7TH AT 2 PM AT THE WOODLAND THEATRE IN KETTLE FALLS.
TICKETS $8.00 FOR ADULTS, $5.00 FOR STUDENTS AND SENIORS AT THE DOOR
ADULT CHOIR AND MUSICIANS ARE IN REHEARSALS; CHILDREN’S CHOIR REHEARSALS TO BEGIN MID-OCTOBER.
FOR CHILDREN’S CHOIR INFORMATION, CONTACT LINETTE RICHIE AT 509-207-0354.
The Cat in the Hat tells the story of Horton, an elephant who discovers a speck of dust containing Whos, including Jojo, a Who child sent off to military school for thinking too many “thinks.” Horton faces a double challenge–not only must he protect the Whos from a world of naysayers and dangers, but he must guard an abandoned egg, left to his care by the irresponsible Mayzie La Bird. Although Horton faces ridicule, danger, kidnapping, and a trial, the intrepid Gertrude McFuzz never loses faith in him. Ultimately, the powers of friendship, loyalty, family, and community are challenged and emerge triumphant.
Auditions are at the Woodland Theatre in Kettle Falls, Saturday, December 13; 10am for ages 7 – 12 and 1pm for 13 and up. Some 7 – 12 year olds may be asked to stay for the afternoon auditions, but will not keep them long. If callbacks are necessary they will be Dec 15th at 6:00pm and first read through Dec 16th, 6:30pm at theatre or director’s house (will be determined later).
Ages 7 – 12 will sing verse and (or just) chorus of Jingle Bells; depending on if they know the verse. Ages 13 and up to sing one verse and chorus of a prepared song of their choosing with either karaoke or accompaniment; no a capella. All should bring and wear shoes that are easy to move around in.
Director, Kathleen Malcolm will be casting 30-32 parts. These characters, and the age they are to play are as follows:
For more information or special arrangements….contact producer(s), Nancy at 684-6811, and Sean Taboloff or Director, Kathleen Malcolm at 935-0892.