Cascade Theatrical Company
, who make their home at the Greenwood Playhouse next to Silver Moon Brewing downtown has offered the Source
a sneak peak a the lineup for its 36th season starting in August.
CTC will be hosting Sneak Peek performances on Aug. 1 and 3 to showcase the upcoming productions with introductions from the directors of the shows, and a scene performed from each play.
SNEAK PEEKS: August 1 and 2, 7:00 pm. August 3, 1:30 pm. Limited to 130 patrons per peek – call to reserve your space 541-389-0803. Suggested Donation: $10.00. (NOTE: There are spoilers in the links below)
“Brighton Beach Memoirs”
By Neil Simon (August 15 – August 30)
Part one of Neil Simon’s autographical trilogy, featuring Eugene Jerome, standing in for the author, dreaming of baseball and girls in 1937 Brooklyn.
By Joseph Goodrich (October 10 – October 25)
Paris, 1963. Film director Henry Lockwood, known the world over as “the Sultan of Suspense,” is caught in a nightmare straight out of one of his own films.
By John Wooten (December 5 – December 20)
Eleanor Scrooge locks herself in her office on a snowy Christmas Eve, determined to finish a corporate takeover until three “advisors” provide her with an eye-opening new appreciation for the holidays.
“The Glass Menagerie”
By Tennessee Williams (January 23 – February 7)
A drama of great tenderness, charm, and beauty, THE GLASS MENAGERIE is one of the most famous plays of the modern theatre.
“The Language Archive”
By Julia Cho (March 6 – March 21)
George, a man consumed with preserving and documenting the dying languages of far-flung cultures doesn’t realize that, closer to home, language is failing him.
“School for Scandal”
By Richard Sheridan (April 24 – May 9)
Venomous Lady Sneerwell and her cadre of backbiters spin a web of malicious slander that threatens the happiness of everyone they encounter.
“A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum”
Book By Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart.
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Based on the Plays of Plautus (June 12 – June 27)
A non-stop laugh-fest with plot twists and turns, cases of mistaken identity, slamming doors, a showgirl or two, and a beautiful musical score.