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at Woodland Theatre in Kettle Falls WA
since 1978
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What's New:

Blithe Spirit auditions scheduled


The Washington State Department of Commerce has awarded Woodland a "Nonprofit Community Recovery" grant of

$7,500.00
for operating expenses Jan-June 2021



Brown Paper Tickets has finally, in early June 2021,  given us the

$11,029.00

they have owed us since March 2020 from Mary Poppins ticket sales. (They paid no interest)


Download Woodland Productions Bylaws Updated June 2021


Slide show: Demolition of the entire backstage with volunteer labor

Click to view a pdf of the new backstage floor plan.


As of Feb. 16, donations to Woodland Productions can be made online using PayPal (~3% fee charged)
THANK YOU for keeping WOODLAND PRODUCTIONS  afloat!

Major Donors
Friends of Woodland Theatre
 NE WA Business Sponsors

CARES ACT FUNDS - Operational expenses for 2020 were supported in part
by grants from the Washington State Arts Commission,
the National Endowment for the Arts,
and The City of Kettle Falls, totaling $13,550.


        


Spring 2021 Newsletter


May







February 2021 Newsletter as a .pdf


7/20/2020
    To our wonderful Stevens County community: Covid-19 has once again reared its ugly head to strike a blow against the performance arts. Woodland Theatre had postponed Mary Poppins, planning on re-opening with it for our fall show in October of this year. With a heavy heart we must announce that this show too, has been cancelled. Thank you all for your continued support of the arts and Woodland Theatre. We can't wait to be back on stage, creating the music, drama, dance, and community that we all love. Till then, please stay safe and look after each other.

Nancy Christopher Operational Manager
and the Board of Directors
Woodland Theatre Productions
Kettle Falls WA



Willy Wonka JR Canceled due to COVID-19

Changes to the back of the Theatre May-June 2019


Stucco gone
New perimeter excavation

New perimeter foundation
Old roof disappearing

The new envelope

On top of the new envelope

Our new (as of May 2019)
expen$ive PARKING LOT!
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Inside the Quonset hut on our new lot

And, the Front Facade is nearly complete, August 2019




Woodland Theatre gets a new 
"Big Screen"
December 2018





Assistive Listening Devices Now Available

Thanks to a grant from the Empire Health Foundation, Woodlands offers assistive listening devices to our patrons who suffer from hearing loss. There are twenty devices available on a first-come basis. Devices can be checked out from the box office prior to each show. There is no charge for using a device, but they must be signed out with valid ID. Devices are available for Woodland Productions events only.

 

 

And what's not so new: