A Christmas Carol November 27-December 20, Declaration, a play by Johnathan Dorf November 12-14, The Importance of Being Earnest auditions, AmazonSmile and more.
A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol, based on the book by Charles Dickens and adapted and directed by Julee Vadnais, November 27-December 20 at Cascades Theatrical Company (CTC), 148 NW Greenwood Ave., Bend. Limited seats available, tickets at cascadestheatrical.org. Thursday-Saturday, 7:30pm; Saturday-Sunday 2pm matinee.
Cascades Teen Theatre Presents Declaration*
Declaration, a play by Johnathan Dorf, directed by Molly Choate November 12-15 at CTC, Bend. Can “Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” be fulfilled, crouched behind a barricaded classroom door? Limited seats available, tickets at cascadestheatrical.org. Thursday-Saturday, 7pm; Sunday 2pm matinee. *Material may not be suitable for younger audiences.
The Importance of Being Earnest
The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde, directed by Emily Cady. In this play of mistaken identity, two women claim they each must marry a man named Earnest. Show dates March 5-21. Audition dates November 15-16, 7pm at 1900 NE Division St., #206, Bend. Learn more here.
You Shop. Amazon Gives.
We are now linked to Amazon’s charitable organization called AmazonSmile. This is a program that donates money to the charity of your choice, without charging you a penny extra. You simply shop Amazon as usual, and they will donate 0.5 percent of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchase to the charitable organization of your choice. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, prices and service.
Here is how to link your Amazon account to AmazonSmile:
- Go to smile.amazon.com or click the link below.
- Type in the search box “Cascades Theatrical Company” and our name will pop up for you to accept it.
This is an easy way to give to your favorite local nonprofit while you shop. Thank you for your support and thank you for keeping Cascades Theatre the oldest community theatre in all of Central Oregon.
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Volunteers are expected to show up an hour before the show starts.
Volunteers can stay for the show for free; bartenders are required to.
Volunteers, like patrons, are required to wear masks for the entire duration.
The bartender sells food and drinks to patrons.
Requirements: OLCC license.
Want your OLCC but can’t afford it? Contact Howard Huskey at mailto:email@example.com to find out how CTC may be able to help.
Will call checks who has entered the theatre, what party they are sitting with and ensures all patrons are wearing a mask.
The usher assists patrons to their seats and ensures that social distancing standards are met.
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We thank you all for your patience as CTC navigates streaming and taping live shows for the first time in our 40+ year history. We are learning as we go but appreciate your understanding regarding any technical difficulties we face, or any uncontrollable occurrences on the day of taping — such as mic issues and rain. We hope in the future to find solutions to make our filmed live shows the best they can be.