Season 2022/2023

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5 – 20

14 – 30

January 20 –
February 5

March 17 –
April 2

12 – 28


17 – 26

14 – 23



23 – 25

12 – 13


17 – 26

14 – 23


23 – 25

12 – 13

Little Women

The Musical

Book by Allan Knee

Lyrics by Mindi Dickstein
Music by Jason Howland
Directed by Kari Boldon Welch

Rebellious Jo March and her sisters have delighted readers for decades in the beloved novel Little Women, known all around the world as a fierce story about an extraordinary family.

This Tony Award-winning musical brings the story of the March sisters to life. Featuring many of the original cast members from the pandemic-halted March 2020 production, Little Women, the Musical really is “Astonishing!”

August 5-20

Tickets Go On Sale July 18, 2022

Murder on the Orient Express

Adapted for the stage
by Ken Ludwig

Directed by Maggie Hadley

Just after midnight, a snowdrift stops the Orient Express in its tracks. An American tycoon lies dead in his compartment, stabbed a dozen times, his door locked from the inside.
Isolated and with a killer in their midst, the passengers rely on detective Hercule Poirot to identify the murderer – in case they decide to strike again.
This new adaptation of Agatha Christie’s classic novel perfectly balances mystery and comedy to create a deeply enjoyable evening at the theatre.

October 14-30

Tickets Go On Sale September 26, 2022

A Lesson
Before Dying

By Romulus Linney, Based on the Novel by Ernest J. Gaines

Directed by Hershell Norwood

Jefferson, an innocent young Black man, is condemned to death in backwoods Louisiana in 1948. At the trial his lawyer, trying to save his life, called him no more a human being than a hog.
In prison, he acts like one, insisting that he will be dragged like that hog to his death in the electric chair. His godmother asks a struggling schoolteacher to teach him to die like a man. The teacher, Grant Wiggins, faces both Jefferson and himself as execution day arrives.
Ernest J. Gaines’ celebrated novel makes an engrossing, moving and deeply important play.

January 20 - February 5

Tickets Go On Sale January 2, 2023

to a Kiss

By Craig Lucas

Directed by Darlene Rhoden

This is the story of Peter and Rita, a couple that falls in love despite Rita’s pessimistic fear of the world. Shortly after their wedding, a supernatural event tests the strength of their love and commitment to each other.
At times funny, heartbreaking, and revelatory, Prelude to a Kiss explores themes of love and loss, and the many ways we view the people dearest to us.

March 17 - April 2

Tickets Go On Sale February 27, 2023


Book by Douglas Carter Beane

Music & Lyrics by
Jeff Lynne & John Farrar

Directed by Russell Dyball

Based on the 1980 cult classic of the same name, this musical is sure to “roll” into your hearts at the first note! It’s your typical story: boy meets Muse, Muse inspires boy, Muse and boy team up to create GREAT ART in the form of converting an old theatre into a roller disco. Pull out your legwarmers and neon jackets for this Tony Award-nominated musical and our 94th season finale!

May 12-28

Tickets Go On Sale April 24, 2023


By Dorothy Velasco

Directed by Karen Scheeland

Raucously funny, a bit bawdy, and full of action, surprises, and laughter through tears. A women’s Shakespeare study group learns how to face life’s afflictions with humor.

February 17-26

Tickets Go On Sale January 30, 2023

Cat Lady

By Jen Ferro

Directed by Kali Kardas

The story of a woman who can’t help herself because she helps everyone else. Cats and humans run amok in this hilarious and heartfelt play about family and relationships.

April 14-23

Tickets Go On Sale March 27, 2022

Minority Voices Theatre

MVT is proud to produce a weekend with illioo Native Theatre as we commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Klamath River fish kill with a reading of the play Salmon is Everything by Theresa May in collaboration with the Klamath Theatre Project.
The play follows the story of three families on the Klamath River during the drought, salmon crisis, and devastating fish kill of 2002. Its message about the kinship among salmon, people and the land is as relevant today – for all great rivers in the Pacific Northwest — as it was 20 years ago.

September 23-25

Tickets Go On Sale September 5, 2022

Minority Voices Theatre

MVT presents is an evening of one-acts. In Hattie’s Vote, by local playwright Dorothy Velasco, we meet Hattie Redmond, a Black woman who was instrumental in the fight for Oregon women’s suffrage. Nat Turner’s Last Struggle: Finding His Way Home by P.A. Wray, explores the final hour of the life of Nat Turner, an enslaved preacher who led one of the bloodiest slave rebellions in the American South, as he searches for meaning on the day of his execution.

November 12-13

Tickets Go On Sale October 24, 2022